Educational Games for Kids is bringing learning games to the Switch
Crazysoft has announced that its title Educational Games for Kids is coming to Nintendo Switch soon. We don’t have a release date yet, but the game is already available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, so hopefully the Switch won’t be that far behind.
Educational Games for Kids seems like a smart way to encourage children to play games without them spending hours on Fortnite. I certainly don’t think that games get in the way of a child’s development, but I do see the benefits of game like these. I used to play games on BBC Bitesize, which is still going today and offers education games for children up to GCSE level.
The title packs in more than 20 education games, with over 50 variations within those. They’re suitable for players aged between 3 and 18, though the appeal might begin to wear thin around the teens. Across all of the games you’ll find a wide range of important topics covered, from math and geography to memory and reflexes.
Most games like this are usually resources used by teachers in school. It’s nice to see a developer putting out a full release so that parents can get their children playing at least one educational game. It’s also the perfect excuse to buy a “family” Nintendo Switch for yourself this Christmas.