Smartphones aren’t usually for kids. However, the platform is quickly growing into a great place for kids with a selection of apps and games that cater to younger minds along with hardware specifically geared toward kids. In this roundup, we’ll take a look at some of the best Android kids games. It’s important to note that kids can be anywhere from three or four years old to twelve years old so this list may feature games that are too mature or difficult for younger kids or easy for older kids. Please use your best discretion.
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Intellijoy Intellijoy is a developer in the Google Play Store that specializes in kids games. There are simple titles like Connect the Dots and ABC Letters alongside more recreational stuff like Kids Painting and Preschool Puzzles. Most of their apps and games are well-regarded by parents and are great for younger kids. You can browse their entire library by clicking the button below. Another option is using their all-in-one app to buy all of their games for $32.99. The games cost more if purchased seaprately. If you don’t want to pay, pretty much all of these kdis games come with a free version. Bubadu Bubadu is a developer studio that has released a ton of kids games. They’re not all amazing, but a good number of them are worth checking out. The games don’t always have educational value but they are fun to play and include games about being a doctor, going to the supermarket, being a dentist, and about things like making cakes and building things. Each game has its own set of mechanics, but they’re never difficult to learn and the ideas presented should be pretty simple for most people. You can download most of the games for free. The full versions are usually relatively cheap as in-app purchases. The Endless kids games The Endless games are a collection of kids games. There are a few in the collection, including Endless Alphabet, Endless Reader, Endless Numbers, Endless Wordplay, and Endless Spanish. The games are relatively simple to play. They also have educational value for the player. The free versions of the games have a little bit of content. You pay to get the rest of it. The games are surprisingly expensive, but they’re rock solid experiences. Explorium: Ocean for Kids and Explorium: Space Explorium: Ocean for Kids and Explorium: Space for Kids are two really good kids games. They let kids explore the depths of the ocean or the reaches of space in a safe way. Each game contains little factoids about the ocean and space, respectively. The mechanics are simple, the graphics are fun, and it’s actually fairly educational. The free versions contain enough of the game to see if your kids like it. The full versions are $4.50 each. Duck Duck Moose games Duck Duck Moose is another developer studio that specializes in kids games. They have just over half a dozen games in total that will have your kids building trucks, playing bingo, learning math, and going on adventures. The games are usually for younger kids. That includes more simple concepts, adorable animal characters, and more. None of the games have overly complicated game mechanics. Your kid should be able to learn these games rather quickly. They are completely free to download and play.