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Jackie Chan J-Mat Fitness

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Jackie Chan J-Mat Fitness

The Jackie Chan J-Mat Fitness is a mat serving as a video game requiring a XaviXPORT console to operate. This 2005 game, similar to the later released Nintendo game Wii Fit, is made to make players exercise. The players control Jackie Chan in a variety of modes such as reflex mode, running and exercising (which is played in a similar style to Dance Dance Revolution games).


  • Kotaku - "Jackie Chan Kind of Invented Wii Fit"
  • Siliconera - "Jackie Chan's Take on Wii Fit"
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