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What are the best Retro games for playing with Kids?

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    Edward Robertson
    Written on April 27, 2018
    "I love to play the video games and this one is about war so there is much action to be had. The name of it is the Total War: Arena and it is soo good! You can even play it for free, online with other people that are also online. It is a war simulation game and boy is it a fun one, you should play too!"
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      Sean Allen
      Written on September 15, 2017
      "This is an excellent solution. It is a really fun adventure game with a lot of levels and it is perfect for kids."
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      Gerald Hunt
      Written on February 12, 2017
      "The Secret of Monkey Island is a classic adventure game that is really fun to play. It will help kids with literacy by reading and following a point and click adventure. I can highly recommend it as a retro game to play."
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      Albert Romero
      Written on June 12, 2017
      "Megaman is so much fun to play. I love the throwback looking graphics and side-scrolling gameplay. It's a real blast from the past for anyone that grew up playing video games and loved Capcom. It has six original games and even though it looks old, it plays nice and smooth with the new game engine they have underneath and added features like the Museum Mode. The best part is you don't need $40 in quarters in your pocket to play."
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      Mary Walters
      Written on April 9, 2017
      "This is a fun game to play with your kids. My nephew and I spent quite a few hours competing with each other and beating each others scores. It also has the side benefit of putting you into a mental time machine - well, sort of..."
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      Tang Hao
      Written on March 5, 2017
      "I love sitting around and playing video games with my boys. It's a great way for us to spend time bonding and it engages us creatively. Recently we started playing Day of the Tentacle Remastered. They absolutely love this game. The tentacle and it's insane mission to take over the world make me think of Brain. It's good times."
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      King's Quest


      $29.99 - (The complete collection).

      Douglas Watkins
      Written on April 25, 2017
      "I am always looking for retro style games to play with my kids and have the hardest time finding any. King's Quest was recommended by a friend. My kids did not have any interest in this game at all. The game mechanics were overly complicated and the story was lacking. I would not recommend this game."
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      Angela Martin
      Written on October 18, 2017
      "If you wanna play some retro style Nintendo games from the NES days, you should definitely pick up the Disney afternoon collection! They got the old Chip and Dale rescues, DuckTales, and the Darkwing series! Super classic and fun stuff!"
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      Metal Storm

      $124.31 - Varies by seller.

      Dennis Ramirez
      Written on November 4, 2017
      "I am a gamer and I love retro games. I have been introducing some of them to my kids and they just love Metal Storm. Yes, this is an old NES game from Nintendo and a lot of times it makes no sense, but it is a blast to play. You can even manipulate gravity! So make sure to share this with the current generation, they are different games , but they are still lots of fun."
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      iOS, Android, Web, PlayStation 4

      Free - with in-app purchases

      Written on April 16, 2018
      "One of the first video games of history, Pac-man is a great game to play with kids!"

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    Best Retro games for playing with Kids
    Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
    1 DuckTales: Remastered Games 87 Paid
    2 The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition Games 62 Paid
    3 Megaman Legacy Collection Games 54 Paid
    4 PAC-MAN Championship Edition DX Games 39 Paid
    5 Day of the Tentacle Remastered Games 19 Paid
    6 King's Quest Games 7 Paid
    7 The Disney Afternoon Collection Games 0 Paid
    8 Metal Storm Websites 0 Paid
    9 Pac-Man Games 0 Free

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