20 Games Like Kinect Sesame Street TV()
A ground-breaking interactive experience developed as part of Microsoft \"playful learning\" initiative, Kinect Nat Geo TV uses Kinect to combine motion-control with augmented reality. It mixes high-quality National Geographic television shows with fun-packed Xbox 360 Kinect motion-controlled game play.With Kinect Nat Geo TV, you\'re not only gaming and you\'re not only watching TV -- living rooms are turned into animal habitats and players into a variety of animals! And all along, players are inspired to learn and care about the planet. Kinect Nat Geo goes beyond what a TV show can do: it is a totally immersive experience for parents and kids.
Step right up to Carnival Games for Nintendo DS. All the fun of the million-selling original comes to the world's best-selling portable system during the summer vacation and travel season. Each game is designed from the ground up to take full advantage of the Nintendo DS control mechanism. A frenzied combination of tapping, blowing, speaking and stylus maneuvering brings the now-famous midway to life!
Kinect Adventures! is a sports video game released by Microsoft Game Studios for the Xbox 360. Released in 2010, it is a collection of five adventure and sports minigames and was developed by Good Science Studio, a subsidiary of Microsoft Game Studios. The game utilizes the Kinect motion camera and was offered as a pack-in game with the console. It was officially unveiled at the 2010 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles and went on to become the best selling game on the Xbox 360, selling 24 million units worldwide.
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Get fitter, faster and stronger with Nike+ Kinect Training, a personalized training experience built from the ground up with athletic expertise and inspiration from Nike coupled with powerful and precise technology from Kinect for Xbox 360. Nike+ Kinect Training brings world-class Nike training directly into the home to help individuals meet their fitness goals and reach their personal best.
Through the magic of Kinect, Nike+ Kinect Training can see how the body moves, assess physical strength and athleticism, identify areas for improvement, and create a personalized workout plan tailored to each person. With real-time feedback to make sure positions and movements are correct and a customized program that evolves over time, Nike+ Kinect Training is for everybody, whether a professional athlete, an everyday athlete or someone just getting started. With fitness assessments every four weeks and the ability to work out with friends over Xbox LIVE and tap into the Nike+ community, Nike+ Kinect Training helps athletes stay motivated every step of the way.1 Take training even further by competing in challenges, sending encouragement to friends and keeping workouts on track with a mobile companion app.
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This outrageous fast-paced party game offers over-the-top hilarity – so don’t hold back as you get your body moving and twisting to fit through cutouts, bend into thousands of forms, mirror your friend’s image, and even clear stacked shapes lightning fast!
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Your Shape Fitness Evolved 2012 is the sequel to Your Shape: Fitness Evolved, the #1 fitness franchise on Kinect for Xbox 360. Exercise your way with a fun and customizable experience that delivers serious results. Your Shape includes over 90 hours of activities, so you can design a workout tailored to your fitness level, goals, schedule and preferences. Focus your workouts on specific muscle groups. And choose from fitness activities like Boot Camp, Cardio Boxing, Jump Rope and Yoga, and new dance classes like Latin, Hip-hop, African and Bollywood. The state-of-the-art motion tracking provides feedback on your moves, and now tracks floor exercises like push-ups and sit-ups. With Your Shape Center, share and compete with your friends and the global community.
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Get fit to 40+ new routines and songs including chart-topping hits from Lady Gaga, Daddy Yankee and Pitbull, fresh Zumba originals and eclectic tracks from regional musicians; Full soundtrack to be announced
Move to 30+ dance styles from around the world including Salsa, Hip-Hop, Tahitian, Calypso, Bollywood, Cumbia, Reggaeton and Irish Step, plus new additions like Plena, Blues, Capoeira and Girly Funk
Explore the globe in the new World Tour mode. Unlock songs from seven global destinations to experience authentic rhythms and dance styles.
New realistic presentation makes you feel like you’re traveling the world for a global jam with your favorite celebrity Zumba instructors!
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Nickelodeon Dance is a whole new kind of Nickelodeon play experience allowing kids can dance along with Dora, Diego and the Fresh Beat Band for the first time. Gamers big and small will get up off the couch and twist, shimmy and shake to 30 songs sung by Nickelodeon friends including theme songs and Nickelodeon hits like \"We Did It,\" \"Al Rescate,\" and \"Here We Go.\" In addition, popular favorites like \"Dancing In the Street,\" \"We got the Beat\" and \"Rhythm is Gonna Get You\" ensure fun for the entire family. Parents focused on increasing their child\'s physical activity will appreciate the workout feature which promotes heart healthy activity as kids ratchet up the dance action and are graded for their accuracy as they dance with the Nickelodeon gang. And since nobody wants to dance alone, Nickelodeon Dance supports two players on every song, with song lyrics posted at the bottom of the screen along with easy-to-follow visual oriented dance move prompts that players duplicate with their bodies using the Kinect Sensor for Xbox 360.
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Double Fine Happy Action Theater (sometimes referred to as Happy Action Theater) is a casual video game developed by Double Fine Productions and distributed by Microsoft Game Studios. The title is a Kinect motion-sensing based title for the Xbox 360 and was released via the Xbox Live Arcade service in North America on February 1, 2012. Happy Action Theater is based on an idea that Double Fine's founder, Tim Schafer, had on devising a game that Lily, his two-year-old daughter (at the time), could play with. To this, the open-ended game is a collection of eighteen different modes that allow multiple players to interact in unique ways through the Kinect cameras and motion-sensing in an augmented reality shown on the console's display, such as playing in a giant virtual ball pit or walking through simulated lava.