April2011

  • 23

    WiiWare

    Review Physiofun: Pelvic Floor Training

    Are you sitting comfortably?

    On a service practically overflowing with niche games, Physiofun: Pelvic Floor Training is the undisputed champion: a game designed to help prevent postnatal urinary incontinence. 99% of you can stop reading now, unless you really want to know how successfully a video game can strengthen your pelvic floor, in which case read on. The game's predecessor Physiofun: Balance..

September2010

  • 16

    WiiWare

    Review PHYSIO FUN Balance Training

    A good step in the right direction

    Though most of the focus on the Wii's motion-based controls has been on their impact in gaming, what is more radical about Nintendo's approach with both the Wii and DS has been its success at positioning game systems as more than simply entertainment devices. Wii Fit stands as the biggest success story in this...

May2010

  • 40

    DSiWare

    Review Discolight

    Dancer in the dark

    The hotly-anticipated sequel to Flashlight, Discolight is the next big thing to hit DSiWare. Not familiar with it? Well, wait until you hear what it can do. It flashes different colours. In different patterns. Oh yes. Naturally there aren't many screenshots available, so here's a short video that should give you a better idea of...

March2010

  • 114

    DSiWare

    Review Flashlight

    Lights on, nobody's home

    There can be no more baffling title on DSiWare than Flashlight, a collection of three different "utilities" for the DS's dual screens: it makes the reams of clocks and calculators look like gaming gold. First up is a flashlight function, that lets you light both screens in a range of colours. If you can think of a...