Finicky but fun Minecraft-style game set in a 2D world.
Tolkien tale isn't as great as LOTR, but better for tweens.
Fantasy violence eased by humor in tween-friendly adventure.
Teen girl defends Faerie in lively graphic novel sequel.
Compelling story with strong role models, loss, and battles.
Kids mimic fighting on Kinect; filled with fantasy violence.
Santa wields sword in combat-heavy, RPG-like action game.
Dark, magical, Dickensian page-turner for tweens.
Broad comedy mostly family friendly, but some innuendo.
Pretty side-scroller has mild but frequent violence.
Ambitious, edu-taining fantasy series gets a grand send-off.
Muddled Oz-based fantasy has some intense action.
Spectacular looking, this side-scrolling puzzler offers varied gameplay and the ability to play with friends.
Stunning undersea adventure is about character development.
Mildly violent action game keeps kids moving.
Cold War kids use magic to save world in brilliant novel.
Penultimate in edu-taining fantasy series harder to love.
Irish tearjerker with a hint of magic deals with loss.
Girl fencer fights monsters in clever fantasy graphic novel.
Too scary for younger fans of the popular book.
Popular fantasy series has lots of plots to keep track of.
Repetitive fantasy combat mars popular book remake.
Kids will be dazzled, but the story falls short of No. 2.