What are the best Android games for kids? I see this question asked a lot. While there are plenty of sites out there that have created similar listicles, most of them appear to be pretty old at this point. This is why I had previously taken it upon myself to try and answer the question in a way that lists first-rate games you may not have heard of, and today I’ve refreshed my list with a bunch of new games. Simply put, this updated roundup is intended to offer a fresh take on the best Android games currently available for kids between the ages of 2-8 in 2019.
Below you will find a total of 50 kid-friendly Android games that have been hand-picked in order to provide parents with some quality gaming choices for their youngsters. The list is split into two pages so that it doesn’t take forever to load on mobile, so make sure you don’t miss out on the other half of the list. The vast majority of these titles are premium releases that are either free or have an upfront cost. There may be a few stragglers that are more akin to the free-to-play titles you would expect to find on the Play Store, but I have tried to keep those to a minimum. Many of these games will be educational in nature, but rest assured I have thrown in a few titles that are simply fun for fun’s sake. A cornucopia of kids games, if you will. So go ahead and dig in.
Daniel Tiger for Parents
Daniel Tiger for Parents isn’t necessarily something you would give to your kid to play, as it’s more a guide to help parents discuss certain situations with their children in an approachable manner. You simply pick the subject you are looking to cover with your kid to then watch a video or listen to a song about said subject through the app itself. So while Daniel Tiger for Parents may not be a game per se, it still retains a lot of usefulness regarding children thanks to the media contained within. Oh, and be sure to check out the rest of the PBS KIDS apps and games, as they are all honestly monetized and…