Nintendo Switch games for kids

Introduction: The Nintendo Switch is the latest console in Nintendo’s lineup, and it’s already a hit. With so many great games to choose from, you’ll be able to play with your family or friends on …


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The Nintendo Switch is the latest console in Nintendo’s lineup, and it’s already a hit. With so many great games to choose from, you’ll be able to play with your family or friends on this exciting new device. Here are some of our favorite games for kids on Nintendo Switch:

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is a racing game that lets you play on the go. You can choose from many different characters, including Mario, Peach, and Bowser. There are also other popular Nintendo characters like Link or Samus Aran in this game as well.

The game has online multiplayer modes where you can play against other players around the world or just with your family members at home by yourself. The graphics look great when played on a big screen TV but even better when played directly on your Nintendo Switch console itself due to its high-resolution screen that makes everything look so much sharper than its competitors such as Sony PlayStation 4 Pro (PS4 Pro) which has 960p resolution but only 720p resolution when playing games on PS4 Slim Console without any upgrades compared to PS4 Pro Console which has 1120p resolution compared with 1080p resolution found in all current generation consoles released so far!

Super Mario Maker 2

Super Mario Maker 2 is Nintendo’s latest entry into the Super Mario Maker series, which lets you create your own levels with a variety of tools and objects. It’s available on the Nintendo Switch console and PC, though each version has its own limitations and features.

To get started, you’ll need to download the game itself (or buy it digitally), then follow these steps:

  • Download Super Mario Maker 2 from either Nintendo eShop or Steam. You can also purchase physical copies through Amazon or GameStop if you’d prefer not to use a digital storefront like Steam or Amazon Prime Video (if you’re an Amazon Prime member).
  • Once downloaded, open up Super Mario Maker 2 on your device(s) of choice—either in handheld mode with Joy-Cons attached or tabletop mode with Pro Controller attached—and follow along with this guide until we reach our last step: creating our first level!

Splatoon 2

Splatoon 2 is a team-based third-person shooter in which players control characters known as Inklings and use colored ink to attack opponents and clear goals. The game includes local 4-player multiplayer, online competitive modes, and a single-player campaign.

The sequel features new weapons, clothing items, gear, and more than 100 stages to play through on Nintendo Switch.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is a fighting game that allows you to play your favorite Nintendo characters in various game modes, including single-player and multiplayer matches. The characters are from other games in the Mario Kart, Smash Bros., and Pokemon franchises, so if you like those kinds of games then this one will be right up your alley!

You can play online with friends or against them in local wireless mode if you don’t have enough room for everyone who wants to join in on the fun (it would be cool if there were some way we could have more than 4 players at once). There are also plenty of different types of matches available; it’s not just about who’s better at fighting but rather how well they play together as well as their skill level overall – so there really isn’t anything else quite like Super Smash Bros Ultimate out there right now either!

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, released in March 2017 for the Nintendo Switch video game console and later on other platforms like PC, is an open-world action-adventure video game. It’s one of those games that can be enjoyed by both kids and adults alike. The story follows Link as he travels across Hyrule to defeat Ganon who has kidnapped Princess Zelda. The gameplay takes place within an expansive overworld full of dungeons and enemies to fight against. The game was developed by Nintendo EPD at their studios in Kyoto and Tokyo with assistance from Monolith Soft (known as Warashi Software back then) leading up to its release in North America/Europe/Australia/New Zealand on March 3rd, 2017

Kirby Star Allies

  • Kirby Star Allies:

Kirby is a friend to all, and this game is no exception. You can play as him in his own 2D platformer adventure where he must save Dream Land from being overrun by monsters. If you’re looking for a colorful and fun game that your kids will love (and maybe even learn some new skills), then this might be just what you need!

  • Super Mario Maker 2:

The original Super Mario Maker was an incredibly popular toolset that allowed players to create their own levels with help from Nintendo itself. This sequel takes things to the next level by allowing players more options when creating their own levels—including 48 new tools that include everything from stamps and paintbrushes to motion-sensing cameras!

  • Splatoon 2:

If your kids are obsessed with video games like Fortnite then they’ll love platoon 2 because it incorporates gameplay elements similar to those found in other popular titles like CSGO or League of Legends while still retaining its unique charm thanks largely due its unique graphics style which makes it feel like playing through an animated cartoon instead of just watching someone else play on the TV screen (which means less pressure). Plus there’s also multiplayer mode available here so everyone can join together against each other if needed

There are so many great games on Nintendo Switch that the whole family can enjoy!

There are so many great games on Nintendo Switch that the whole family can enjoy! You can play them at home or on the go, with friends or family. Games for all ages, from toddlers to adults.


There you have it! Ten incredible games on Nintendo Switch that will keep kids entertained and parents impressed. And while we’ve only scratched the surface of what’s available, there is still more than enough to keep everyone busy for hours.

Odell Erdman is the editor-in-chief of Serene Media, a popular technology news website that covers the latest developments in the tech industry. With a background in computer science and journalism, Odell has a deep understanding of the tech world and a passion for sharing the latest news and insights with his readers.

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