A free demo has launched on the Switch eShop for Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise, an upcoming fitness title from Nintendo and developer Imagineer.
The demo will give players the chance to try out the Daily Exercise and Free Training modes available in the full game. You can play these alone or with a friend to see how you get on before the main course launches on 4th December.
Earlier today, we shared our early hands-on impressions with the full game, noting that it’s essentially a case of ‘more of the same’ after the original game’s release almost two years ago. If you’re interested in learning more about it, we’d urge you to check that out.
For now, though, we’ll leave you with this official description. You’ll find the demo available on the Switch eShop as we speak.
Jab, uppercut, and dodge along with the rhythm of three original songs to score as many points as possible. Players can start their daily boxing routine in Daily Exercise mode for a guided workout, or build their own session from scratch in Free Training mode. The six original instructors from the first Fitness Boxing game are back, and three new instructors are joining the ring: Karen, Hiro and Janice. These personal trainers will be here to support and encourage players during their workout sessions. Friends and family members can each use one Joy-Con for a two-player training session, working out together.
BROOKFIELD, CT The Brookfield Public Schools will be switching to all distance learning, effective Wednesday.
The move is the recommendation of Dr. Raymond Sullivan, the Brookfield public health director, following a report that a member of the Whisconier Middle School and a member of the Huckleberry Elementary School communities have tested positive for coronavirus.
“Currently, we have had no identified in-school transmission; however, the spread continues to climb in the community within families, which is driving this decision,” Superintendent John Barile said in an email to parents Tuesday night.
Remote learning will continue every day with the intention of returning to the hybrid attendance model on Nov. 5, Barile said.
Both of the patients who tested positive for COVID-19 are quarantining at home for 14 days, according to an email Barile sent to parents Tuesday morning.
“Anyone who is considered a ‘close contact’ with these individuals has been contacted by now or will be contacted very soon and provided with instructions on the appropriate steps to take, which includes quarantine for 14 days,” Barile said.
The hiccup has not altered the district’s plans to return to full in-person learning for Kindergarten through Grade 8 on Nov. 9. Barile told parents he would continue to “evaluate the health data” and consult with Sullivan.
COVID-19 is spread mainly via person-to-person contact through contaminated air droplets from coughing and sneezing by an infected person. Cases are on the rise in Connecticut, according to the latest data from the state Department of Public Health.
This article originally appeared on the Brookfield Patch