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Active Life: Outdoor Challenge Videos and Trailers - Wii

Active Life: Outdoor Challenge
Game Description:Combining the motion sensing Wii Remote with a custom mat controller, this game lets players use their whole body to participate in more than 10 fun and unique activities and multiplayer challenges. Building upon the Wii Remote's unique attributes, Outdoor Life introduces a custom mat controller that lets players manipulate the on-screen action with a combination of hand gestures and movements with their feet across the mat's eight sensor pads. From rowing and dodging obstacles on a white-water rafting expedition to clearing an obstacle course, each of the game's more than 10 activities features a unique control scheme designed to provide an active and fun gameplay experience.
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