Finally, Princess Peach is a playable character so girls can be a lead character in a Mario game. We love the laugh-out-loud fun this game provides.
Fun little party romp best enjoyed in a group of friends.
Magical 'old school' adventure has heady puzzles and combat.
The birds are back with puzzle game spin-off for TVs.
Gameplay and characters kids love with some new twists.
Imaginative puzzling fuses with comic book characters.
Cross-genre tactics game has Dungeons & Dragons charm.
Creative Disney adventure lets kids build own games.
Terrific narrative game tackles tough teen identity issues.
Emotional puzzler has great role models, some dark moments.
Science learning with Super Grover 2.0 is fun and silly.
Challenging platformer may be frustrating for younger kids.
Exciting but technically flawed city-building simulation.
Excellent strategy RPG skews older because characters die.
Entertaining collection of activities gets kids moving.
Quirky platform adventure with tween boy humor.
Clever cartoon platformer has some tedious elements.
Quirky, fun Mario adventure is filled with clever concepts.
Dress-up game has both teamwork and unrealistic bodies.
With five different princess adventures and great help built in, this is a perfect game to teach young girls how to play video games.
Excellent example of educational interactive television.
Learning game based on movie has archery target shooting.
This Mario doubles the fun by letting two players explore the whole game together in a cooperative way.
Sweet party with famous kitty brings learning and fun.
Battle the evil Dr. Doof with math, science, and technology.