Designed to get kids moving, the Swinxs console takes interactive gaming to a world of fun.
Swinxs has a central console preloaded with seven different games to choose from. Each player wears a different wrist band, recognised individually by the consoles so Swinxs knows who is winning at any point in time. It talks to explain games and encourage the children.
And as theres no need for a TV, unlike the Wii for example, Swinxs is great to get them running about outside as well.
Swinxs comes with its own tunes and can also be used as a jukebox when you download music from your PC. You can also download more games from the website and up to 10 players can join in at once when you buy additional wristbands.
Watch Swinxs in action below, or find out more and buy online here.
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