Nintendo Kids Club is the perfect place for your child to get an introduction to Nintendo's world famous game characters and worlds – the site is designed specifically for children to explore fun activities in a safe environment.
The Nintendo Kids Club is aimed at kids of all ages and we have a range of activities on offer:
We'll be updating the site with lots of new content on a regular basis and many creative activities are designed to be enjoyed with your child. If your child is very young, they may need help with instructions or steps in activities like papercraft or cooking, so don't hold back - join in the fun!
New to Nintendo? Nintendo has strived to entertain people of all ages for over 120 years. With our wide range of games and our stable of well-known characters recognised around the world, we're committed to creating fun experiences that anybody can enjoy.
Play all the latest Nintendo games on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS & 2DS, plus enjoy all your old Wii and Nintendo DS games! Our consoles are backwards compatible, meaning you can play older games on them too!
Download an incredible range of trailers and demos, as well as purchasable games, direct to your console from Nintendo eShop, the digital game store built in to your console.
From freebies and pocket-money titles to the latest blockbuster releases, there’s something for everyone.
Safety is important so Parental Controls let you restrict sharing personal data, lock Internet access and 3D viewing (on Nintendo 3DS) and restrict spending on Nintendo eShop.
If you would like to discover more about your child's hobby, you can get more in-depth information about online safety, such as restricting Internet access, age ratings for games, and logging your child's play time by visiting A Parents' Guide to Nintendo.
Many games offer learning through play, with educational titles such as Learn with Pokémon: Typing Adventure, Art Academy™ and the exclusive Phonics Fun with Biff, Chip & Kipper.
Use an array of in-built console features to make and share virtual versions of yourself called a 'Mii', then access music and video online, take photos, and complete minigames using coins earned from walking every day – there's always something new to discover every day with Nintendo!