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There is a brand new gaming company in town -- the famed creators of Guitar Hero have come up with a game that can be played on nearly any exercise cardio machine (e.g., treadmill, elliptical, bike). It’s called Goji Play ( http://bluegoji.com/) and works with your iPad or iPhone.

According to the company, the game comes with a wireless sensor, so “your movement is part of the game. And our game controllers either mount on your equipment or can be held in your hand ... making the transformation complete.”

According to the website, Goji Play has 12 games and apps currently available and plans to develop many more. The cost is a bit steep at $99.
 

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