Beat orcs and outrun dragons to get your heart pumping
Fun for every fitness level, from beginner to advanced
Hundreds of story variations to keep you motivated
Get lost in a fantasy world that will keep you coming back for more
Hundreds of items to make your character look amazing
You feel like a hero running in an epic movie; battling orcs, goblins and dragons! Winning or losing challenges changes the course of the story and random encounters keep every run different from the last.
The immersive sound effects and story keep you entertained while keeping your mind off the actual run. Your companions let you know what’s happening in the game and when to increase your speed.
Fit for Battle is suitable for all fitness levels and is easy for anybody to pick up and play. You can run outdoors or indoors and set your difﬁculty and duration. Run for 20 minutes, or up to an hour!
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Yes indeed! The Android version is currently in development.
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No, if you live in an area with poor mobile service, or you like to run off the beaten path; you will not need to worry about a drop-off in signal affecting the game.
Although having GPS signal is ideal. The platform can analyse your run without it very effectively.
Note: Older iPhone models prior to iPhone 5 may experience GPS related problems that affect gameplay in bad reception areas.
Yes! Just like running around the block, this game will work on a treadmill. So take it to the gym! (Or never leave home again!)
The GPS mapping will not register, but our pedometer algorithm will be able to take you on the same orc-smashing adventure!
Yes, the system will record all your stats for you to see. It will also remind you of your breakthroughs and personal bests.
The more you run, the more details you get. Not to mention all the amazing in-game prizes that you unlock along the way.
Fit for Battle is the flagship for a whole stack of other adventures.
Our intention is to be able to make additional quests and campaigns so that you can voyage into new dangerous environments. You will be able to move your character, equipment and trophies to sequel games. We love the idea that the journey keeps going for you as new content is created.
The good news is, Fit for Battle uses one of the best fat-burning formulas known. HIIT training! It is also better on your muscles and joints as it doesn’t have the repetitive strain that constant walking/running has.
For iPhone: The app is connected to your iOS Health Kit, and updates your status to your phone, that in turn updates any other external apps that hang off the Health Kit. Like if you have a calorie tracker or are monitoring your running with other apps.
The challenges are scaled perfectly to YOUR personal ability, whatever that is.
Fit for Battle was designed for people who are just starting out running.
Which means that it works perfectly for walking!
For those who want to walk or jog, that is no problem, the game is just as fun as it is for a runner.
For a walker:
The “sprints” in the game are just your current speed bumped up faster.
So if you are walking, and the game asks you to “Sprint” that would mean you increase your pace to a faster walk, or if you have a harder setting- to a comfortable jog.
For a runner:
If you are running a comfortable running speed and the game says “sprint”. You would need to increase to a certain sprint speed designated by your difficulty setting