Earlier this week we published a guest blog
from Andy Robertson, creator of Taming Gaming - a website to help parents and carers learn more about video games. In it, he argued that one of the best ways for grownups to become more comfortable with games is to have a go themselves. That way, games become an activity that families can enjoy together, instead of something that competes for children’s attention.
We understand that the market for games is massive and varied, so we’ve put together a list of 10 of our favourite titles. These are games that are perfect for playing together, but all of them have a PEGI rating
of 7+ or less, so you can be confident that the content is appropriate for primary-aged children.