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We're here to help parents and guardians navigate the world of gaming. We have 2,572 Video Games and 193 Board Games in our database. Each one is hand-picked, deeply researched and tested with real families.


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Recommended - Family Gaming Awards

We have 2,765 games in the database. They are all important games, but we pick the very best as winners of our Family Gaming Awards. Why not nominate a game you love or you made?

New - Trending Games

These are the games that are the talk of the playground and making waves in bedrooms around the world. We start this with Today's Top 10 games families are checking, drawn from our Live Trending and Most Wanted game data:

Video GameUnpacking
2 ⬆3
PEGI 3 Video Game Age Rating for Unpacking in UK and Europe
Video GameWildmender
3 ⬅ New in
Video GameA Tiny Sticker Tale
4 ⬅ New in
PEGI 3 Video Game Age Rating for A Tiny Sticker Tale in UK and Europe
Video GameRooted
7 ⬇1
Video GameLonesome Village
9 ⬅ New in
PEGI 3 Video Game Age Rating for Lonesome Village in UK and Europe

Get ahead of the curve by checking out what's Just Released, Coming Soon, Just Discovered, Trending Now or Board Games we are keeping an eye on:

Lists - Surprising Ways To Play

A big reason parents use our database is for the curated lists of games. These are hand-picked selections by our team, to help you find unusual and interesting games for your family. Here are some popular lists at the moment, or you can browse the full selection:

New Lists

These lists have just been added to the database in the last few weeks.


These are games that are helpful for mental health. This includes games that have been helpful for specific mental health challenges, as well as games that help us understand the challenge faced by the people we love. Some of these are designed to be used as a source of games that offer wellbeing in different ways.


These relate to games with different educational benefits. Along with games that are designed to be educational, this includes games that can inspire learning and knowledge because of the worlds and stories they create. The collateral learning uncovered here is a glimpse into the ways games can help children learn about themselves, their community and the world.

Pathways - Real Life Gaming Stories

Game Pathways uncover the real experiences children are having with the games they play. They are created from interviews with real families, teachers and professionals who have found games lead to positive outcomes in their lives.

Recent Accessibility Reports

We have worked with a range of accessibility experts to add key accessibility data to the database for both video games and board games. This includes areas of Difficulty, Reading, Navigation, Controls, Visuals, Audio and Communication.

Taming Gaming Book Written by parents for parents, the database complements the in-depth discussion about video game addiction, violence, spending and online safety in the Taming Gaming book. We are an editorially independent, free resource without adverts that is supported by partnerships.

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