Playing games is good for kids

Some parents are having negativity with video games, they think that games are very bad for their kid’s study while they still learning at school. That’s is not absolutely true.

Recently, many science researches have been showing that playing video games could benefit to your child more than you thought. From our previous review, we’ve already mentioned about this via research of Dr. Craig Stark, you could read more about his research in here.

Playing video games could improve brain functions, flexibility and making more connection with friends from everywhere.

We have 02 of the best games for your kid that would like to share to you today, more details will come as below.

1. Slope 3D:

Slope is a 3D game that was developed by Rob Kay, who has 18 years of experience in gaming industry.

Slope Game can be played whenever you want to, just simply open your devices (PC, mobile devices, etc.), go to this website, click Play and enjoy!

Slope is a simple running game that will challenge your kid’s skills. While playing this game, player will control a 3D object that running down to a randomized slope. The longer distance that player goes, the faster speed goes.

The game is very easy for kid to play, with just only 2 basic control buttons: Left and Right arrow keys, but playing this will give you extreme adrenaline rush. In game, what player needs to do is to avoid obstacles and those red square blocks.

Exploring this 3D world will help your child to develop their quick reactions, learning how to control their movement carefully in the 3 Dimension world (identify every shapes, corners, distance, etc.) and especially focusing skill. By just loosing focus for a tiny moment, the object could be fallen into the deep dark world below and will be reset back to the start point.

Every time the game is reset, a new stage will appear. It will make this game even more difficult and also your kid will get more exciting to play the new stage instead of repeating the same old stage previously. This is the tricky part that makes this game so special.

Remember to control your ball to be always on track in order to get a high score and your name might have been listed on the leaderboard!

2. Get On Top:

Get On Top is a 1 on 1 fighting game. In this game, there are 2 characters with different colors. At the beginning, there will be 02 characters are holding each other’s hands and in balance position, ready to pull the other to the ground.

Your goal is to control your character and defeat your opponent by making your opponent’s head hit the floor before yours do.


The challenge part about this game is that you can only make your character either push forward, pull back or jump up and while performing these actions, both your hands and your opponent’s hands are stuck together, so if you’re not careful then you may end up making your own head hit the floor before your opponent’s head does.

It sounds complicated but actually the control mechanism of this game is pretty easy. Your kid could play with his/ her friend using the same computer, which is so much fun to have a partner playing next to you!

Player 01 will use the A, S, D, W keys to control the character on the right side of the screen while the other Player 02 will use arrow keys: Up, Down, Left, Right to control the character on the left side of the screen.

Playing this game will teach your child to learn on how to be patient to wait for the right moment in order to make their move and win. Each time you make your opponent’s head touch the floor, you’ll receive 1 point and vice versa, all the way until one of you reaches 11 points in which case that person is the winner.


They will have to focus and fully pay attention to details such as your current angle, the amount of force you’re applying (the longer you hold the button that performs an action, the more force you’ll create for that action) and combine moves together as effectively as you can if you want to win.

The game also has a mobile version via iOS Apply store with the name “Get on Tap”.

Summary/ Verdict:

Children who play video games for up to an hour a day are less hyperactive, more social and happier than those who don't play at all, according to an Oxford University study.

When children play video games, it gives his brain a real workout.  In many video games, the skills required to win involve abstract and high level thinking.  These skills are not even taught at school. With so much benefits like that, parents should consider giving their child at least from 01 up to 03 hours max per day to entertain with video games for their own development.