Nice words about Zombies, Run!, Six to Start, and our games

We’ve been busy bees recently. Between Zombies, Run! 3, Superhero Workout and Dungeon Runner we’ve released three games this year. But we’re not stopping there! We’ve got three more releases for you as part of our Winter of Workouts event.

With so much going on, we thought we’d take a look back and see what the media has been saying about us recently. Luckily, it’s all good! Here’s our round-up of our favourite Six to Start articles. Otherwise known as Six to Starticles.

Zombies, Run! creator Six to Start releases Dungeon Runner: Fitness Quest for iOS (AppAdvice.com)

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Dungeon Runner: Fitness Quest Turns Exercise Into An Old-School RPG (Lifehacker.com)

Developer Six to Start on fitness, zombies, and embracing the Apple Watch (Macworld.com)

Superhero Workout Review (148apps.com)

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Superhero Workout app: Get fit by fighting aliens (CNET.com)

Zombies, Run! and four other smartphone apps to reenergize your First Light Half Marathon training (AL.com)

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Behind the App: The Story of Zombies, Run! (Lifehacker.com)

Apptitude: ‘Zombies, Run!’ might scare you into healthy habits (Washingtonpost.com)

10 apps we want to see on the Apple Watch: Zombies, Run!, Shazam, transport alerts & more (Macworld.com)

If you happen to come across any interesting Six to Start related articles on your travels around the internet, be sure to let us know by emailing us at hello@sixtostart.com. Don’t forget to keep an eye on the Winter of Workouts website to discover each new game as it gets released!

Superhero Workout: Motion-Tracking Home Exercise


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We created Zombies, Run! to make running more exciting. Running is great, but it’s not the only way to keep fit. Bodyweight exercises like push-ups, jumping jacks, and squats are also essential for improving your health.

Except, like running, they can be super boring. Even the 7 Minute Workout becomes dull after a week — which is why we made Superhero Workout, a new game for iPhone and iPad.
 

Heroes Aren’t Born. They’re Trained.

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In Superhero Workout, you’re pilot of the prototype AEGIS One battlesuit, Earth’s last line of defence against alien invaders. With our motion-tracking technology, your punches become plasma blasts and your abdominal crunches power your suit’s reactor!

Using your device’s front-facing camera, we can track every rep and every calorie of every exercise, allowing us to make a truly interactive workout game perfect for beginners and veterans alike.

20 Epic Missions

You’re the Earth’s last line of defence, fighting the aliens across land, sea, air, and outer space. Lead writer Matt Wieteska is the man behind Zombies, Run! fan favourite Radio Abel, and he brings his trademark humour and heart to the story and characters of Superhero Workout.

12 Rapid Workouts

We’ve taken the classic “7 Minute Workout” formula and supercharged it with bonus fast workouts that focus on different parts of your body. For the adventurous, there’s our Battle Workout mode – a dynamic, motion-controlled endless battle against aliens!

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42 Bodyweight Exercises

Push ups and jumping jacks are great, but they can get boring. We’ve added mountain climbers, power squats, punches and more – and even better, none of them require any weights or special equipment!

Apple TV Support

Superhero Workout is optimised for Apple TV, so you can battle on a big screen while your device keeps track of the action.

You can grab Superhero Workout right now from the iTunes App Store for $4.99 (£2.99)!

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More details are on the Superhero Workout website. You can also follow Superhero Workout on Twitter and Facebook.

P.S. Superhero Workout will be coming to Android devices this Fall!