I usually review games, BUT Roll Dice, Build Character by Mark Hasen seemed like a great fit for the TTRPGkids site – it covers the benefits of kids playing TTRPG’s and discusses some of the concerns or questions that parents may have. This is a great read for anyone on the fence, just starting out, or trying to convince other parents to let their kids join the table!
I was recommended Amazing Tales by so many people and was very happy to eventually try it out! Amazing Tales was very flexible, super engaging for my kid, and easy to pick up. It was a lot of fun, and I had a great time introducing it to my family.
I heard about Shrewmanji when its creator, DC Bradshaw, contacted me about the game. Immediately, I thought it looked adorable and hilarious. As a fan of both the original and new Jumanji movies, it was a lot of fun being able to jump into this game and share a wild board/video game style jungle adventure with my family!
Dino Ninja was a fun and engaging game to play with my kid! It was easy for my child to connect with, and the mechanics were easy to pick up in the first game. This is a great game for anyone looking for some dino x action adventures!
Magic Rat is an all ages TTRPG that I had a lot of fun playing with my 3yo – I hope you can check it out too!
A couple months ago, I interviewed Ryan, creator of FlipTales about his game and experiences developing it, but just prior to that I also tried the game and wanted to round out with a full review!
Milky Monsters is a fun system, designed to play with kids and give flexibility for the story (and kid’s imaginations). It was made to accommodate large groups, but it also worked with just me and my little one!
Warrior Princess is a fun TTRPG system for 4+ with a lot of flexibility. I played it multiple times with my son (he did not want to stop once we started), and had a lot of fun with it. This review covers game mechanics, characters, setting, and how much fun my kid had playing it.
Brave Bunnies is a table-top role playing game (TTRPG) designed for all ages and some fun bunny-themed shenanigans!
Hero Kids is an awesome table top role playing game for kids ages 4-10, and I was even able to play it with my 2.5yo! This review covers game mechanics, characters, setting, and how much fun my kid had playing it.