This was a pitch for a company in the UK marketing an add-on for exercise devices (stationary bikes, treadmills, rowing machines, etc.) that acted as a controller for games which were displaying on high-res LCD monitors. They were looking for original, creative games that would utilize their hardware to make exercise and rehabilitation more fun for those using equipment at various NHS (British National Health Service) facilities, where otherwise patients would be staring at a blank wall. They were also looking for games specifically geared towards children, that would keep them engaged in their rehabilitation and exercise programs.

Paradise Island, an open-world 3D island that players could explore at their own pace, choosing which activities they’d like to participate in, including hiking, bicycle rides along set paths, kayaking and hang-gliding.

Days of Steam, a steampunk kart racing game for children 6-12. Race computer-controlled opponents or compete against other children online. Designed to work with treadmills and stationary bicycles.

Trapped in Space, a 1950′s themed sci-fi adventure where players have to escape alien planets by hopping from one to another. Designed to work with treadmills and stationary bicycles, as well as weightlifting equipment that would create more thrust as you pedaled/lifted, helping your astronaut escape the atmosphere to reach another planet.