Let’s go ahead with that breakdown, shall we? The first category is called Dress Up Games. These usually follow a theme and put you on a screen with a little baby or a cute animal. Then you’re given options of how you would like to customize several aspects of the scene. These aspects can include the baby’s hair, eye, or skin color, her clothes, her hair style, accessories, and even the background design can be changed. After you have made your desired changes, you have the option to print and/or save your picture. Dress Up Games also allow you to hit a random button to see all kinds of other combinations! The next category is entitled Baby Care Games. Baby Care Games give the player the responsibility of looking after babies of all shapes and sizes. In many of these games, babies simply appear and demand a specific item. The player then must supply that item as quickly as possible. Some of these games are actually fun for adults. I have actually played Baby Care Games that feature baby dinosaurs. These can really be very creative games. I’ve also seen examples where you are asked to complete specific tasks to take care of the baby like straightening the bed, finding missing toy pieces, and making formula.

Another category in baby games is Baby Bathing Games. In these games, you are asked to supply your choice of shampoo, body wash, and a toy of some sort for the baby to play with. Sometimes you even get to comb the baby’s hair and help her get dressed after bathtime. In some, you must be sure to keep the baby from crying while you finish each task. The last type of baby game is called Baby Coloring Games. These are like digital coloring books where you or your child get to choose from a color palette to fill in sections of a picture. These pictures could be anything that little ones might be interested in like robots or puppies. You usually have the option of printing your picture when you’re done much like you have with Baby Dress Up Games.

I think the most valid point we can make from the information we’ve uncovered in this article is that almost anyone can enjoy baby games to some extent and that they are usually very simple in nature in order to easily entertain young children. If you think you might want to play a baby game after reading along, I suggest you do so!