The Best Virtual Reality Games for Kids (Part II)

Your kids will love these VR games.

Candy Kingdom VR

Let’s be real, many VR shooters aren’t for children. There are some good shooting-gallery-type games for VR, but most of them are too frightening for children and involve killing monsters, zombies, or humans. They truly aren’t kid-friendly.

Candy Kingdom VR takes the on-rails shooter and creates something that is accessible and friendly for children. Yes, you’re still shooting at things. It really isn’t a violent game. It was more like a whimsical Disney ride or a sensible carnival game.

The game is bright, colorful, and challenging. It’s candy world theme most likely won’t induce nightmares like all the presently popular zombie shooters might.

It’s fun for kids with fun action, bright colors, and candy of course.

Tilt Brush

Remember when you had your first computer and you opened the paint program that was built into the operating system? You devoted at least a couple of days playing with different colors, brushes, stamps, and blending tools. You were amazed by it since it was a totally new medium that you had never used before.

Tilt Brush uses a similar experience of studying a whole new medium and brings it to a new group of kids (and their parents too).

Tilt Brush is a 3D VR paint program that lets you create drawings in three-dimensional space. You can draw things that have depth. Then, you can scale them down or up, erase them, walk around them, or change them. Whatever you can imagine.

You don’t have to use customary brushes, either. You can paint with smoke, fire, neon light tubes, electricity, whatever you want. There are so many choices that you can lose yourself in Tilt Brush for days. The controls are intuitive and turn into second nature within minutes of usage. Once you know the controls, then it’s all just raw creativity.

It’s a whole new medium that children have never explored before.