Jan. 18, 2010
-- Twin Galaxies International, the video game scorekeeping organization founded in 1981, is inviting users of the popular Wii Fit Plus by Nintendo to participate in it's scoreboard database.
Along with the original Wii Fit, all the activities in the new Wii Fit Plus, a best seller for Nintendo over the holiday season, are now set up for records and rankings in the extensive Twin Galaxies database.
Wii Fit and Wii Fit Plus have been popular with users of all ages, including demographics that are not typically video gamers. These game titles for the Nintendo Wii console challenge users of all fitness levels on a variety of activities, including yoga, strength training, and balance challenges and activities from hula hoop to snowball fights to bicycle riding.
"Twin Galaxies hopes that Wii Fit Plus users of all ages will record and submit to our database," Patrick Scott Patterson, a Division Manager for Twin Galaxies, said. "It is our hope that people sharing their goals and accomplishments will help users set new fitness challenges for themselves and others."
Twin Galaxies was founded in 1981 and is the only recognized scoreboard for video gaming by the mainstream media and television networks, tracking high score and time rankings on all kinds of games from popular titles on the Nintendo Wii and XBox 360 to classics for the Nintendo Entertainment System and arcade.
For information on how to record and submit Wii Fit Plus accomplishments for official Twin Galaxies rankings, users should visit http://www.TwinGalaxies.com