Indoor Activities for the Kid That Has Everything

Growing up, our lives were shaped by SEGA, Nintendo and Capcom games. There were other video game studios as well but the main highlights in the world of gaming back then where these three. Fast forward to today, the three gaming behemoths are heading the competition in the video game industry. You get games for adults, for kids and for families. There’s a video game for every demographic. Classics like Mario and Sonic the Hedgehog are still relevant and famous as ever. So if you’ve been looking for video games to play with your young ones at home, we have jotted down the perfect list for you!

Super Mario: Odyssey

Millennials grew up playing Mario games and so is the Generation Z. If you have got a toddler or two at home or in your extended family, Super Mario: Odyssey is a must-have for family get-togethers. The game is built on a 3D platform. So, the young ones won’t have to stare into a blob of pixels. The game also supports an Assist Mode. If Mario is tumbling across the map and falls in a pit, he won’t die in a single leap. The health bar doubles, and players get to complete objectives with utmost ease.

Sonic Mania Plus

Sonic games have remained our childhood classics. The good news is SEGA has brought forward the same old retro-feels in Sonic Mania Plus. The visuals don’t look wonky yet give off the classic flair of olden Sonic games. It’s a game both parents and the young ones can enjoy through and through! As a player, you have to roll around the map, collect rings and play with others in a co-op mode.

Minecraft

Now this one isn’t for toddlers. Surely, your eight year old cousin would have told you about watching Pewdiepie play Minecraft on YouTube. Well, Minecraft is a game that’s a favorite of adults and budding young players alike. The game doesn’t showcase any such R-rated content and is a sandbox video game where the world is yours to explore and build. Minecraft supports cross-platform gameplay so you can purchase it for your smartphones, PCs and even game consoles.

Unravel 2

A co-op video game, Unravel 2 has a lot of in-game adventures in store for the players. The characters you play as made out of yarn and you aren’t given any other items. You have to use the yarn to swing around obstacles, clear puzzles and finish missions to proceed further in the game. The aesthetically pleasing visuals and simplistic gameplay make Unravel 2 worth a buy for households with kids. 

Rocket League

A fusion of racing games and extreme sports, Rocket League is a must-have as well. However, it’s not your ordinary racing game. Rocket League consists of racing cars that have to drive around a gigantic ball with a single goal – to land the ball into a net. As easy and simple as it sounds, once you play the game you will find it challenging. The game has comical bits to it which young players will find funny. Team up with your young ones and see who lands the first hit!

Other Must-have Games for Kids

Video games designed for kids are aplenty. One will never run out of them. There are lots of upcoming titles as well as games under development. We had shortlisted a few of the most popular games for young players but here are some the kids in your family would love as well.

  • Just Dance 2020
  • Super Mario Maker 2
  • Stardew Valley
  • LittleBigPlanet 3
  • Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville
  • Terraria
  • Splatoon 2
  • A Hat in Time
  • Mortal Kombat 11 Game
  • Untitled Goose Game
  • Overcooked
  • Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker
  • Mario Kart 8
  • Yooka-Laylee
  • Lego Worlds
  • Animal Crossing: New Leaf

To Conclude

There you have it. A full list of video games both parents and kids can enjoy. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, families are running out of leisure activities. Picnicking isn’t an option nor is spending a weekend out at the beach. Gaming can strengthen your family bonds, help you connect with your kids and even extended family members via cross-platform multiplayer games. 

On a side note, if you have been a victim of unstable internet connectivity during the pandemic, maybe it’s time to change your connection or you will not be able to enjoy the games we have jotted down. One provider you can consider contacting is Spectrum. The best part is that the cable provider has a separate window for Spectrum español customers. Get in touch and then pick any of our favorite games from the list. Happy gaming with you and your little ones!

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