From Super Mario Odyssey to Minecraft, we sort out the best of the best when it comes to kids’ games.
When players grow up and have kids, they often look forward to sharing their passion with the next generation. Unfortunately, you can’t just start a toddler with an Xbox controller and a copy of Halo 3. Many games require some understanding of video game language, mechanics, controls, etc. in order to understand what is going on. Without this foundation, newcomers are sure to struggle.
Here we introduce some of the best games a young new player can get started with. These titles teach you what you need to know or give you the space to find out for yourself, and many of them can be enjoyed in different ways. Would you rather decorate? We have it. Do you want to take out enemies? That is here. Can’t wait to explore an open world? Nothing will stop you!
Best kids games by genre
Best kids games by platform
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