The Best Wii Games for Kids

The best Wii games for kids can keep your children entertained for hours. Want to make the family happy? Whether you prefer to rent buy Wii games, check out these titles and join your kids for some family fun.

Rayman Raving Rabbids
Rayman Raving Rabbids is fun multi-style game that offers a series of short challenges. Play through the game in story mode to unlock mini-games, and then play the mini-games in competitive one-on-one play. Rayman makes great use of the Wiimote control system, and is a title that your kids are sure to love. If you're looking to buy the best Wii games that won't break the wallet, this title is especially appealing, at just under $20.

Animal Crossing: City Folk
Animal Crossing: City Folk is one of the most versatile Nintendo Wii titles. For a game that isn't really about doing much of anything, there's always something to do. In Animal Crossing, your cute animated characters can wander around the world and enjoy a variety of entertaining tasks, from fishing to home building and decorating. The characters in Animal Crossing befriend adorable neighborhood animals through a variety of interactions. You'll get this game for your kids, but you'll sneak out to your Wii at night to play this cute and entertaining title.

Mario Party 8
A video board game that includes traditional video-game challenges, Mario Party 8 is one of the best Wii games for a group of kids to play together. Mario Party 8 allows players to choose from a selection of board games, which incorporate fun mini-games as players advance. The Wiimote controls are entertaining and amusing, and with support for up to four players, you won't have the kids fighting over who gets to use the console.

Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree
No list of the best Wii games would be complete without an educational title for your kids. Based on the popular Nintendo DS game, Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree offers a wide range of mentally-challenging tasks for your kids to complete. Kids can play by themselves and score points, or play in groups competitively or cooperatively. Mini-games require your kids to think instead of perform mindless button-mashing, answering questions and completing tasks quickly to score points.

Wii Music
Ever wanted to play a musical instrument, but lacked the appropriate time and lessons? Now you don't have to worry about those expensive piano lessons for your kids; get them Wii Music instead. Wii Music is a game based on performing specific motions that mimic playing real instruments. Your kids can play wonderful music in the game without spending hours practicing in their rooms, and parents and neighbors have the benefit of not having to hear those painful trumpet lessons or the repetitive droning of the dreaded drum set.

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