Nintendo Keep Fitness, a new Wii Fit game, is available to play online.
The game is part of the Wii Fit Plus family, a bundle of games from Nintendo that includes Wii Fit Trainer, Wii Fit Dash, and Wii Fit Fit Zone.
This bundle includes a variety of Wii Fit games, including Keep Fit, a game in which players try to maintain their current fitness levels by playing Wii Fit, which is a fitness app that works similarly to Fitbit or Jawbone’s fitness apps.
There are currently seven versions of the game available to purchase.
The basic Wii Fit Stick version is $1.99 and features motion tracking and heart rate monitoring.
The more expensive Wii Fit Elite is $4.99, and offers more functionality, including motion tracking, heart rate tracking, and heart rates.
The Wii Fit Max is $6.99 with heart rate, and features more functionality like heart rate and fitness data.
The $7.99 Wii Fit Pro Plus has motion tracking but is not yet compatible with the Wii Fitness app.
Wii Fit Fitness is currently available for purchase on the Wii Store.
Nintendo has not released any screenshots or trailers for the game.
The new game comes with the official Nintendo Wii Fit app and a variety or free Wii Fit apps.
It’s not clear whether the WiiFit Plus games will work on the Nintendo Switch.
A Nintendo Switch review by Ars Technica showed a variety, including the classic game Wii Fit and the new game, Wii Fitness Plus.
The reviewer said that the Wii fitness apps are “not as good as Wii Fit,” but the game is “more functional.”
Nintendo has said that all Wii Fit fitness apps will be compatible with Nintendo Switch, which will launch on Nov. 15.