Wii Games: Wii Music Games and Accessories for Kids
The Nintendo Wii has revolutionized the idea of gaming. A variety of new Nintendo Wii accessories have made games more hands on and interactive. This is just one of the reasons why the Wii is so popular with kids. Some of the best interactive games for kids to play on the Wii are the family friendly music games.
This game is great for anybody who has grown frustrated with trying to hit notes at the correct moments in games such as Guitar Hero and Rock Band. In Wii Music, you can use Nintendo Wii accessories such as the Nanchuk and the Balance Board to tailor the music almost any way you want it. This may include changes in tempo, different instruments, and other arrangements of the songs. There are a variety of hit songs to choose from: everything from Minuet in G Major by Bach to Material Girl by Madonna and even the Super Mario Bros. theme song. All the songs are family friendly and fun to play!
The Beatles Rock Band
There are a surprisingly high number of young Beatles fans out there these days. The group has seen a resurgence in popularity among today’s high school students. As such, this Wii version of rock bands featuring some of the best music of all time, is a great choice for your kids. In addition to a song list with a huge variety of hit Beatles songs, the game features a new Story mode in which players can unlock some great photographs and exclusive videos of Beatles performances.
Kids get the chance to combine their favorite karaoke songs with some great dance moves while playing Boogie Superstar. This game takes family friendly songs from popular music groups such as Maroon 5 and Fall Out Boy and lets kids sing along in a microphone that comes with the game. While singing, players will enjoy using Nintendo Wii accessories such as the Wii remote and nanchuk to learn some exciting new dance moves!
Disney Sing It
Perfect for Hannah Montanna fans, this karaoke game features hits from several Disney stars, including popular songs from all three High School Musicals as well as Camp Rock. The game also provides kids the opportunity to sing as soloists, or compete as duets or larger teams. There is an emphasis on hitting the correct notes, but no worries; Olesya Rulin from High School Musical serves as personal coach.