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Minecraft is a sandbox-adventure video game. The style is called "sandbox" because the sandbox mode provides a creative landscape with no fixed goal and endless possibilities. It immerses kids in creative thinking, geometry, and even a little geology and engineering as they build and explore worlds of imaginative block structures. Its blocky design is rather kid-like, too: Characters' heads are square, colors appear in chunks, and even trees look like they were grown in a Lego lab.

Minecraft can be played very safely. In single-player Creative mode on the Peaceful setting, for example, there is no interaction with others and no conflict. But eventually, most kids want to play with others, and multiplayer gaming invites some risks. Though Minecraft communities are generally welcoming, and server moderators are responsible for keeping things orderly, kids can get exposed to strong language, bullying, and even hate speech. Minecraft isn't immune from predators, either. And since fans of the game range in age all the way up to adult, the player-created environments can contain bloody (but not gory) battles, sexual scenarios, and other mature content. If you want to allow your kid to play multiplayer while reducing the possibility of exposure to age-inappropriate language, content and interactions, the best way is for them to join a "realm," an invitation-only personal Minecraft server for up to 10 players created by someone they know. Otherwise, create your own server to monitor who gets to play with your kids. You could also find an established server with very good moderators, such as one of these vetted Minecraft servers or one just for kids.

Because of its complexity, potential for mild violence, and online community, we recommend Minecraft for kids age 8 and up. If you have younger kids who want to play but aren't quite ready, you have options. These Minecraft alternatives can occupy them with a very similar style, without some of the tougher stuff. And if you decide to let younger kids play, we suggest playing along with them or keeping their game in a common space where you can supervise.

That said, game consoles, with their cheaper price tags, easier interfaces, simpler controllers, and libraries featuring more friendly mascots and local multiplayer, are the star of the show when it comes to family gaming. Ubiquitous mobile gaming is also very popular with youths, from toddlers pushing buttons on tablets to kids winning Fortnite victories on their phone.

Super Mario 3D World lets up to four players run through expertly designed, sandbox Mario courses. It's the best example of how to make Mario platformers a fun multiplayer experience for players of all skill levels. Meanwhile, Bowser's Fury gives solo players an awesome and innovative open-world Mario adventure. If Bowser is too scary to take on by yourself, pass a controller to a friend and get some help from Bowser, Jr.

Lego Worlds is a sandbox game that was developed by Traveller's Tales and has many similarities to Mojang Studios' Minecraft, throwing players into a 3D procedurally generated world and letting them build almost anything they like from the ground up.

Along with a traditional sandbox Creative mode, TerraTech also features a Campaign mode with a storyline, where the playable character has traveled to other planets from Earth to gather essential resources. There is also a Sumo mode in the game, where players put their combat skills to the test in tech vs. tech battles.

As the name suggests, Dragon Quest Builders 2is a spin-off to the popular JRPG Dragon Questseries, with an emphasis on sandbox building. Square Enix's game takes clear inspiration from Minecraft by letting players gather materials and build blocky structures across its colorful open world.

However, it's easy to forget just how successful Terraria has been due to the enormous commercial success of Minecraft. Terraria has sold over


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