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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Gaming' started by tbailz, Feb 2, 2007.
I was considering Sponge Bob or Wario Ware?
Wow, your lucky because lately there have been A LOT of kids games.
Wario Ware maybe a little too fast for a 4 year old, probably not for a 7 year old though. Wii Sports is great but I'm sure you already have that. There are a lot of movie games like Ice Age, Open Season, Cars, and stuff like that.
Super Monkey Ball also might be something you consider. I haven't played it myself, but watching it being played seems like it might be good for a 6 or 7 year old.
scarface. just kidding.
warrior ware is to hard, probably need to explain each new event to them and they come fast.
yea maybe. then try spongebob. everyone loves him.:yesnod:
like Homesrfan said wario ware might be too quick for a 4 year old...and slightly too confusing in parts aswell...(some of my housemates find it confusing.)
VC games like the original mario, mario cart.
That's actually a really good idea!
i was having my moms husbands daughter (which technically would be my "step sister" but i have little or no relation with my moms husband so f* him) play with my wii last night and shes in the 6th grade. she did fairly well on smooth moves. i dont think its too complicated for someone younger than her since its just mimicing the moves really. theres full explanations of it before the game and USUALLY they dont care if they lose at that age just as long as its "interactive" in other words, they wont be tempted to toss the remote at the new LCD TV you bought LMAO!
as for the YOUNGEST one, i agree with "ninja" some of the "old skool" games from our generation would be a lot cooler for them. its an actual controller they are holding with directions and letters SO not only will it teach them coordination skills, but it will also improve learning as well
some of the childish cartoonish games like ice age or spongebob might be too advanced. its not as simple as it looks half the time. they remind me of when i was in the 4th grade and i got the disney games for my SNES, they were actually pretty hard!
i wish the wii could come out with some games like the sesame street things like for NES a LONG time ago. those would of been perfect!
get non there are 2 many 4-7s nintendo are scared 2 do older games ffs...
itfc that really isn't productive to the thread - this person is looking for games for there children.
and more adult games: Splinter cell double agent is out...play that. Metal slug will be out soon and that has guns and shooting in.
Don't know if this is what you are looking for, but the wii has some games that are only directed towards younger kids.
UbiSoft is releasing a a point an click adventure game /with 15 minigames. It's called "Cosmic Family". http://www.gamespot.com/wii/action/cosmicfamily/news.html?sid=6164245&mode=recent
And also if you are looking for something a bit more educational, there's many learning-based games designed for the wii that you can access through the opera internet channel.
Here's all the ones I know of:
Arcademic Wii Games - http://arcademic.altec.org/wiilist.htm
Multiplication Games - http://www.gamequarium.com/multiplication.html
Weekly Reader Games - http://weeklyreader.com/kids/games/
My little brother is 5 and plays warioware. It's a little hard for him, but he beats the levels after enough practice.
far cry. there is alot of teddy bears and alot of cute little wubzy people...tooOOOO KILL MUAHHAHAHA. kj. i'd say ne of the stupid lil movie games.
What about Elebits? Thats a nice cute game a kid could enjoy I think. But then again the bosses might be too scary...I dunno. Your best bet to sit with them at the computer and show them some vids of the different games at IGN.com so they can see what they like. It worke with my 9 year old brother. Just a suggestion. However definitely get SpongeBob, Super Monkey Ball, and Pixar's Cars.
elebits is a good idea. or wait for dewy's adventure to come out. that looks fun even for me. lol and the little water droplet main character guy is just too cute! lmao
My 3 year old loves Wario. I let him play with my saved game so he can access the "Temple of Form" with all the different micro games. He's gotten to the point where he can use the remote to select which game he wants and he is actually getting pretty good at some of the games. He's not 3 1/2 yet so I would think Wario could be a good game for the 4 - 7 age range.
Yeah, I have a feeling this game would be good. Hope so..