If you’re a hardcore gamer that enjoys spending his time “slaying noobs” and playing games for hours on end, we’ll tell you right off the bat that this article probably isn’t for you. If you’re a mom or dad looking for some games that’ll be great to get your kids to let them play on the Nintendo Wii, without implanting too much of a negative impact on their brains with the games, this is the perfect article for you. We’re going to showcase five games that have been tried and tested by kids, that kids absolutely loved when it came down to it. They’re all very appropriate for children, and are easy to play as well, perfect for little ones! Let’s now get onto taking a look at five great Wii games for kids.
Mario is a character you likely grew up with if you’ve currently got kids that are looking to play some games. Super Mario Galaxy 2 is the second installment of the Super Mario Galaxy series for the Nintendo Wii. If you have a child that loves Mario, this is the perfect game for them. The game has raving reviews all over the internet, and it’s easy to see why. There’s tons of levels in the game, and you can play with multiple people as well, perfect for if you have more than one child that wants to play. If you’re looking for a simple game that will provide tens, if not hundreds of hours of potential entertainment, Super Mario Galaxy 2 is for you.
If your kid loves Disney characters, this is almost the must-buy for them. The game features a ton of Disney characters. Whether the characters be new, old, or literally brand-new, they’re in the game. You will notice that characters from movies are also in the game. Your child will have a ton of fun if they adore Disney characters. Getting to play with characters that you’ve known your whole life is just an experience that they’ll find to be a ton of fun. Get this game if your kids are in love with Disney.
This game is a less hugely-targeted game, but the game itself is still a ton of fun for kids. Although Mickey Mouse isn’t as popular as he once was, he’s still a huge force in the child demographic. If your kid(s) love this game, you absolutely have to grab it. Although if they haven’t played the first of the two games, it might be a better idea to start with the first one, just so they can pick up on the story. This game will provide countless hours of entertainment for your young ones, and they’ll definitely have a ton of fun with the game as they play it as well.
Everyone plays Angry Birds; the lovable, addicting game that you’ve spent hours playing on your smartphone, tablet, or computer. Angry Birds Trilogy brings the game to the big screen, allowing your child to play Angry Birds right on the Wii. This game bundles together the previous three games; Angry Birds Seasons, Angry Birds Rio, and the original Angry Birds. The game will provide tons of entertainment for your children, and it actually provides a good puzzle solving environment as well. If you’ve played Angry Birds a lot before, and your kids have too, this game will be a ton of fun for them.
Lego Batman – Rated Everyone 10+ The last game on our list is a bit more mature than the previous games. Although it doesn’t include any swearing, blood, gore, or other things that you would consider to be unsafe for kids, it does involve some fighting. When the characters “die’, they just burst into a pile of lego blocks, so there’s nothing to be afraid of here. If you’re worried about this game having a negative influence on one of your kids, literally don’t worry about it. If your kid has seen the Batman movies, or loves superheroes in general, he’ll love this game. It’s a ton of fun for children, and you can’t go wrong with it. It also supports two players, so one of your children can be Batman, and the other can be Robin.
Hopefully if you end up going with one of these games, it will give your child a ton of entertainment. We’ve selected these games based on tons of positive reviews that they have each gotten from parents just like you, so hopefully your children will have the same experience that thousands of others have had! Thanks as always for reading, and if you have a question, just leave it below and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.