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    Mario Kart
    Sonic All stars racing
    New super mario bros
    Toy story 3
    All lego games
    Sonic winter olimpic sports
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    For the very young:
    Dora and Deigo games

    Many others games.

    Here are some manuals-
    replacementdocs: Downloads / Wii Game Manuals
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    Thank you for creating this thread. This is a great list to follow especially with Christmas around the corner. We're giving our twin boys, Andrew & Cameron a Wii for Christmas this year and this list will come in very handy!

    One game that might be added to the list for children 3 and older is Thomas & Friends: Hero of the Rails - unfortunately (like Peppa Pig and the Bob the Builder Wii games) are NOT sold in the US. However, you can find these on Amazon.co.uk but sometimes they do not ship certain things to the US (very frustrating) Our one twin son, Cameron (that has Autism) loves pretending to play these games while watching them on Youtube. We are trying to find games that will introduce the Wii to him, and games that will help him like the Wii and keep him happy and interested. Xbox just doesn't cut it for him as it does not have many young kid type games. The other twin enjoys playing the Xbox and the Spongebob, Lego games and Star Wars games-- he'll be easy to please with the Wii and the games we've found for him.

    Would be cool to see if they would create a Wiggles Wii Game, Blue's Clue's Wii game, BOO! Wii game, and a Timmy Time Wii game-- just to name a few . (yea, these are shows that Cameron also enjoys watching over and over)

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    well wat bout the just dance kids that is gonna release soon .. so wat category do u think it is ???
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    Personally I'd move World of Zoo to the 4-6yr catagory my 4yr old lOVES it she cried for Half an hour when she acceidentally deleted her zoo and lost stumpy the crocodile :P Also the new Sing it: Disney classics is a big hit with her and her friends much to my dismay Will definately have to check out that Thomas Game for when my boys get bigger I didn't even know such a game existed and they are Thomas MAD!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by yyhung317 View Post
    well wat bout the just dance kids that is gonna release soon .. so wat category do u think it is ???
    If you have knowledge of this game, pleaase make a suggestion. The age-group classifications are a guess made upon the basis of reading, visual-motor skills, and WiiMote/Nunchuck requirements. Make a best guess.

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    My 3y old girl likes just dance 1, if someone will play it with her. She would probably like the new one to.
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    I guess I should jump in because my kids are always gaming. If you want to talk kids dance games Kidz Bop Dance Party has to be on the list. They play the new Kirby game an the Zhu Zhu Pets game a lot lately. They are 5 and 7 YO girls. I'll look over the lists a little better and I can probably add a few more.

    Edit: My 5 YO likes the Learning With The Poo-Yoo WiiWare games too.

    Additional Edit: My 7 YO loves G-Force and Bolt, both of which are not on the list.
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    Any of the lego games are great for kids as they are co op so you can get them over the hard bits
    I rank them as batman, star wars, Indiana jones, and harry potter in that order
    Kids can blindly stumble along, needed your help only to jump the occasional large gap
    ONly problem is that there are no real check points and you must complete a stage before saving
    Currently wii party is working treat, highly recommended as you can jump in and pick any mini game

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    The cooperative function is also helpful for adults. I needed a fair amount of help and coaching myself to get through one of those Lego series games

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    I think the Build-a-Bear Workshop games should be in the 4-6 years old category, Not many under 4 years play Build-a-Bear Workshop games (or go to the stores for the matter)

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