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The Best Xbox One Kids Games of April 2018

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The Best Xbox One Kids Games of April 2018

Best Xbox One Kids Games of April

While we’d like to tell you that the Xbox One library has been filled with new games, things have been pretty quiet this April 2018. Following releases for games such as Far Cry 5 and Sea of Thieves, the system hasn’t gotten many new titles. Unfortunately, the same also goes for new Xbox One kids games.

However, there is still one game that should be on your radar if you’re looking for a charming adventure. Minit just launched this April 2018, bringing along peculiar little adventure that’s perfect for kids and kids at heart. True to its name, Minit is an adventure played 60 seconds at a time. During each playthrough, players will learn more about the world and those that live in it. You play as a duck creature that stumbles across a sword that casts a deadly curse, shortening his life down to a minute.

Death is only the beginning, however, as players will always respawn and keep whatever items they had with them. Let’s face it, role-playing games aren’t for everyone. They can get quite tedious, especially since some of them have some really complex mechanics. Kids who would prefer a pick-up-and-play experience and head straight to the action. Minit provides a short burst of fun that can be played in your own time. You won’t need to invest one solid hour making your way through some winding dungeon.

On top of that, each playthrough provides a completely different experience, urging kids to continue making new discoveries and fighting different enemies. Wrap all of the action and adventure together with adorable 2D graphics, and you have yourself a cute game that’ll keep your kids busy for days on end.

Having said that, here are all of the Xbox One kids games for April 2018:

  • Minit

For more details on upcoming Xbox One kids games, make sure to search for Twinfinite.

A B.S. Psychology graduate who enjoys games with rich lore and storytelling. He's also a diehard Final Fantasy fan who just can't stop playing Opera Omnia.

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