Best Kid Games (without reading skills)

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Dec 4, 2006
  1. FreddeX
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    Anyone with some good recommendations on kid games which does not require English reading skills? I'm asking because I have some nephews (we're all Swedish) which either don't read at all or don't read English.

    I'm asking primarily for DS but GBA games are also welcome.

    Thanks
     
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    I would recommend you something like New Super Mario Bros. or Sonic Rush. I think a Jump`n`Run would be a very good choice!
     
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    I'll second those, my nephew can play both of them and he can't read at all.
     
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    Super Princess Peach and Kirby Canvas Curse are both good beginner games that don't require a lot of reading.
     
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    kirby nightmare in dreamland on the gba very easy but fun!
     
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    Dragon Ball Advance Adventure, and Shonen's Jump - One Piece for GBA are excelent games.

    Plus in DS Mario Kart if fun for kids (in 50cc that is [​IMG]), Zoo Keeper, Mr. Driller, Bust-A-Move, Puyo Pop Fever
     
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    Miss Spider should work well, you can buy it in my sig. [​IMG] How old are the kids? I also liked Happy Feet a lot because it has EBA/Ouendan-like rhythm parts, and the racing ones aren't that bad, either.
    Of course you can't go wrong with New Super Mario Brothers and Kirby Canvas Curse (unless the kids are very young).
     
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    super mario bros if you stick to basiclly any mario game (except mario hoops 3 on 3) they would be fine if there older than 6-7 [​IMG] well considering i completed mario when i was 4 lol
     
  9. FreddeX
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    Thanks guys,
    now I have some ideas for stuff to put under the Christmas tree. Kids are 4 and 7 BTW.

    Back to my brain games (that's what I play).
     

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