Fisher-Price Smart Cycle

Posted: Nov 1 2007, 11:41am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:38am CDT, in News | Gaming

 

Fisher-Price Smart Cycle
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Fisher-Price brings the Smart Cycle, a physical learning arcade system, to the holiday shopping season.

With the Smart Cycle your kid is doing cardio in the living room, while playing video games - that is just ideal isn't it?

The Smart Cycle connects to a TV and supports game cartridges which are sold extra.

To understand how it works it is best to watch the short video on Amazon.com.

Fisher-Price recommends the video game bike for kids age 36 months to 6 years. For a more flexible physical arcade system I would recommend the Nitendo Wii. Especially when next year the Wii Fit accessory comes to the market in the States.

The Fisher-Price Smart Cycle sells for $89.92 on Amazon.com. Smart Cycle games sell for around $20. Find the currently available games here.

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