Video computer games help teens and adults occupied and entertained for hours, but what are some titles that are made for them to have fun, learn, and grow with? Here are the best computer games for kids.
1. RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 by Frontier Developments
RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 is a non-violent, educational, building game that allows players age from 10+ to construct and manage a park full of paying customers, and design coasters from the ground up then “ride” them in first-person view.
RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 allows the player in control of all aspects of planning, building and managing a theme park for maximum fun and profit. Day and night cycles serve different types and age groups, which will be attracted to different ride types.
Planning a fun, well-designed park is difficult; getting to see and feel what the coaster you designed and built looks like is fun. The game gives players infinite amounts of materials to build to their heart’s – and imagination’s – content.
2. Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga by Traveller’s Tales
Lego® toys is an action, toy-like combat game for players aged of 7+ which is able to recreate recognizable, blocky, and accessible versions of “fun.” The merging with Star Wars seems like a great draw for kids, re-telling the stories of the movies through playable action/puzzle/platform levels.
Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga combined all the Lego Star Wars games into one cohesive package, with shiny graphics updates, allowing players to play through the “episodes” in whatever order they choose. Completing all the episodes and levels of the story mode takes around 15 to 20 hours of dedicated play with many unlockable player characters and collectibles. Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga is fun for casual action play, young kids to get the feeling of satisfying achievement-hunting completion tasks for the obsessive Star Wars fans.