Nintendo has been around for a long time in the video game business, so it only makes sense that people wonder if there are still Nintendo kid friendly games. Here’s everything you should know about Nintendo’s offerings and parental controls.
Can You Say There Are Nintendo Kid Friendly Games?
Ever since the NES debuted in the 1980s, there have always been Nintendo kid friendly games. While the Nintendo Switch does offer mature experiences like BioShock Infinite and Bayonetta 3, it also has some amazing Nintendo kid friendly titles like Super Mario Odyssey, Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, and Kirby and the Forgotten Land.
There are games on the Nintendo Switch for every member of the family if they are into the medium. Some games even support co-op between you and your child like Kirby Star Allies, Overcooked, and Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, which all require critical thinking. Check out our list of the best kids games on Nintendo Switch.
Nintendo Switch Parental Controls
If you’re worried about your kid playing the latest first-person shooter on the Nintendo Switch, there’s no need to worry. The Nintendo kid friendly functions are available in the Nintendo Switch Parental Controls app that you can download on iOS and Android. Connect the app to your Nintendo account by entering a registration code.
Once the Parental Controls app is set up on your phone, you can alter the following:
- Adding time limits, so you can control how long your kid can play a game. If they go over the time limit, you will be told in the app or you can suspend the game straight away.
- You can restrict what games your kids are playing based on the age rating.
- There is a summary of Nintendo kid friendly games that are played every day.
- You can remove communication methods while your children play games online.
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