My kids absolutely love to play video games while they either have nothing else to do or that’s what they were planning on doing all day anyway. We got the chance to try two different video games for my kids and they absolutely loved them. When we tried the first game, Cars 3, my son wouldn’t stop playing. Since he’s five years old, the funny part about the game was when he would keep telling me “I’m winning mommy, I’m winning!” and I’d look at the screen and he’d be in last place but I’d cheer him on anyway.
The other game that we got to try was Lego Worlds which is a game my entire family got into and had fun with. Basically, as the name implies, it is a bunch of different Lego worlds where you can find different caves and places to explore. I know my family has a lot of fun with the game and all of the exploring. We even found out that when you “fall” off the side of the cliff you can hold onto the side and look for hidden caves. I didn’t feel like I would really like the Lego game but as soon as I started playing it with my son, I absolutely loved it.
One of the great things about these games is that they are multiplayer so when my daughter played the Cars game they could be the competitive people they are and tell each other they were winning and they were trying so hard to beat the other one. In the Lego Worlds game, my sons like to play that together so my older son can actually walk around working on finding things and my younger son could go around breaking things and exploring the map. I recommend both of these games to families who are both competitive and have a need for exploration. My family loves it and I know yours will too.
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