Some popular games for girls include “Little Big Planet,” “Guitar Hero,” “Warioware: Smooth Moves” and “Mario Kart.” These friendlier, less violent games are more likely to appeal to casual female gamers.
“Little Big Planet” is an inventive puzzle-solving game in which two players must collaboratively navigate two sandbag characters through a landscape filled with obstacles. The two characters can’t move without each other, adding a unique element of teamwork to the game.
“Guitar Hero” is the classic music and rhythm game that has players strum along to popular songs using the game’s iconic guitar controller device. With adjustable difficulty levels, numerous cooperative and competitive play modes and a diverse variety of songs, “Guitar Hero” is an intuitive game that is easy to pick up and play.
“Warioware: Smooth Moves” is not one game but many, offering 200 quick and simple mini-games for multiple players. From traditional tasks such as racing or button mashing to more offbeat challenges such as shaving a mustache or picking a nose, “Warioware” offers plenty of variety.
“Mario Kart” is one of the most popular multiplayer titles in all of gaming, giving players the opportunity to control Mario and friends and they race go-karts through a series of chaotic, colorful tracks. The game’s competitive battle mode is also a staple of multiplayer gaming.