Top 5 Wii Games For Kids (Age 7)

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  1. ModderFokker
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    Top 5 Wii Games For Kids (Age 7) ..

    Hi,

    my little niece is having her birthday in a couple of days so could someone give a short list of games for 7 yr olds [​IMG]



    Help is much appreciated [​IMG]
     
  2. ridgecity

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    1. Cooking Mama
    2. Warioware
    3.Animal Crossing (most recommended)
    4.Wii Music
    5.Mario 6 Sonic At the Olympic games
    6.Boom Blox
    7.Carnival games
    8.Rayman Raving Rabbits
    9.Elebits
    10. Super Mario Galaxy (you can help the first player with another wiimote)
    11.Endless Ocean (my sisters like it, so I think think you could check it out since it's simple yet beatiful)
    12. Wii Sports (of course)
    13. Wii Sports resort (comes out in a couple days so probably a must have also)

    I forgot about all the licensed games based on cartoon, some might not be very interesting but a game about her favorites cartoon will probably be 10x more fun for her than AAA game.
     
  3. B-Blue

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    Mario Kart Wii
    Mario Party 8
    Super Mario Galaxy
    WarioWare: Smooth Moves!
    Rayman Raving Rabidds (The first one!!)
    Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz
    Animal Crossing: City Folk
    Klonoa
     
  4. maduin

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    I don't think it really matters that much, as long as someone plays with her, she'll love it.
     
  5. Sir_Shaggy

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    Don't ever recommend Wii music... ugh. I wouldn't wish that game upon my worst enemy.
     
  6. Hadrian

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    Please just let them play any title (well ok maybe not the M rated ones). If I was forced to play games like Carnival games I would have gave up on gaming.
     
  7. bytor

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    Any of the Lego games might be a good idea considering the co-op [​IMG]
     
  8. cocomonk22

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    Freddi Fish: Kelp Seed Mystery
    Pajama Sam: Don't Fear the Dark
    Spy Fox in Dry Cereal

    All great games for kids 6+, and designed by Ron Gilbert's (Monkey Island) "point and click adventure games for children" company, Humongous Entertainment. The environment in these games are very interactive to explore. These were the best children's adventure games in the 90s on PC and their release on the Wii makes them available for the next generation of kids.

    I highly recommend these titles.
     
  9. ModderFokker
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    Thanks a lot guys [​IMG]
     
  10. xvinh

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    My brother (9) really love it and I personally enjoy it. Unless you have no sense of rhythm. that is.
     
  11. UnFallen

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    ^^LOLZLAND^^
    My little brother(6) loves...
    Mario Kart Wii
    Wii Sports(especially bowling [​IMG] lol)
    Mario Galaxy
    And he LOVED!!! Mario Super Sluggers
    Hope that helps
     
  12. GeekyGuy

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    I recently played through the remake of Klonoa, and though I found it to be a bit too sugary sweet for my tastes, it's a very good game. I think it has a great vibe for kids about the age you're talking about.

    de Blob is probably another good choice. Truly, though, Wii has plenty to offer younger gamers, and that's probably the biggest criticism you hear these days. Check out Metacritic and IGN for more ideas on good games for that age group.
     
  13. triassic911

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    All you really need is mario kart wii and mario party 8. Trust me, when my bro turned 8 he threw this big party and played both those titles with like 20 little kids.
     
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