Did you love reading about the fun games last month? We’ve got more games – and more giveaways! – to entertain your family.
DanceDanceRevolution II for the Nintendo Wii ($50, www.konami.com, ages 10+)
Featuring over 80 songs and a game controller, this game features hit songs from Rihanna and Justin Bieber (plus old-school hits by the Human League and New Edition), this game is endorsed by the American Diabetes Association and produced in partnership with Let’s Move In School (www.letsmoveinschool.org), an organization that promotes quality physical education.
Glee Karaoke Revolution ($50, www.konami.com; Wii or XBOX 360, teens)
Fans of karaoke or the television series Glee will love singing along to some of the popular songs covered on the show, including Friday, PYT and Only the Good Die Young. Comes with microphone and unlockable bonus songs.
Go Vacation for the Nintendo Wii ($40, www.namcobandaigames.com, ages 10+)
Even from the comfort of your own home, you can explore the world with Go Vacation. Up to four players ages 10 and up can enjoy a variety of activities including snow sports, water sports and more. Some activities require the Wii nunchuck or balance board.
Flip Out ($20, www.gamewright.com, ages 8+)
A fast-paced colorful game that uses two-sided cards. Gather the most cards by using logic and strategy and you just might win!
Telestrations ($30, www.telestrationseffect.com, ages 12+)
This is a fun game for a group (ideally 6 or more players), it’s a play on the old telephone game. You start with a word or phrase to draw, then pass the notebook around the circle where you alternate drawing or writing down what you see the person before you came up with.
Find It: Starry Night ($22, www.finditgames.com, ages 8+)
Fans of this popular game series will love this latest addition, a star-shaped container with glow-in-the-dark space-themed items to search. A great game for at home or in the car.
Mermaid Beach ($11, www.gamewright.com, ages 6+)
A card game for kids developed by a kid, players will practice counting and matching skills while trying to collect the most points.
Quallop ($15, www.chroniclebooks.com, ages 6+)
A fast-paced and easy-to-learn card game that is a play on the old-fashioned game of tic-tac-toe. Get four symbols in a row, but be careful; your opponent can change the game before you know what’s happening!