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Hm, why not some kids-games too? I remember playing Pajama Sam as a kid. Probably the third adventure game I'd ever played, but it was the only one that was appropriate for my skill level. Stuff like that and Freddie Fish would be neat to see on here, it'd be a great idea to buy them for when you have to babysit that little sibling or cousin.
Super Granny 3
Super Granny 4
Super Granny 5
Super Granny 6
Super Granny Winter Wonderland
Only cruel parents would buy Super Granny games to their kids.
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Kocel: Hm, why not some kids-games too? I remember playing Pajama Sam as a kid. Probably the third adventure game I'd ever played, but it was the only one that was appropriate for my skill level. Stuff like that and Freddie Fish would be neat to see on here, it'd be a great idea to buy them for when you have to babysit that little sibling or cousin.
I definitely second this.
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Kocel: Hm, why not some kids-games too? I remember playing Pajama Sam as a kid. Probably the third adventure game I'd ever played, but it was the only one that was appropriate for my skill level. Stuff like that and Freddie Fish would be neat to see on here, it'd be a great idea to buy them for when you have to babysit that little sibling or cousin.
Defiently we should have Humongus entertainment's games here as well as the Sierra Discovery Series like Eco-quest and The Castle and Island of Dr.Brain
Anything Lego.
I can't image that is going to happen anytime soon but those are not only fun for kids they are fun to play WITH kids. My nephew and I can't stand each other, but hook us up with Lego Indy and we're all smiles.
Ditto! My son loves games - 7 yrs old, has my old laptop and plays the Skylanders Online and Minecraft. Bring the kids games!
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Kocel: Hm, why not some kids-games too? I remember playing Pajama Sam as a kid. Probably the third adventure game I'd ever played, but it was the only one that was appropriate for my skill level. Stuff like that and Freddie Fish would be neat to see on here, it'd be a great idea to buy them for when you have to babysit that little sibling or cousin.
This and agreed.

Speaking of kids games, I remember playing Reader Rabbit 2 in 1993 and being 9 at the time. :P

Humongous games (Pajama Sam, Freddi Fish, Putt-Putt) and what DCT mentioned of Sierra Discovery Series (Eco-quest and The Castle and Island of Dr.Brain) would make great addictions here.

Anything Lego like tinyE mentioned would be great also. I remember playing the Lego Racers series. Lego Island seems to be most wishlisted in terms of a Lego game on this community.

cynner13, It would be nice to see kids games on here for your son (and all else's child) :)
Post edited February 16, 2013 by EverettLamb
Fur Fighters :)
It'd be nice to play it again.
On the topic of classic kids games, how about Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? I remember playing the Deluxe version many times...
http://www.gog.com/forum/general/humongous_entertainment_support_thread
We already have family friendly games, i was playing Carmagheddon with my 4YO niece
These games as a collection .
Beetle Bug
Beetle Bug 2
Beetle Bug 3