The list author says: "The following video games are great for the female companion in your life who maybe isn't so into video games. Aside from being really fun to play, these video games are particularly appealing because they offer an interesting story with charming characters, without a lot of violence, or harsh language. As a casual video game player, I also like that these games offer plenty of game progress for the less-practiced gamer."
"In my opinion this game is the best of the bunch. The premise is super cute, with everything done up in yarn and crafty-looking. It's fairly easy to play, and I like that you can save often, so if your game playing time is interrupted you don't lose a lot of progress."
"This sequel is far more fun than the original. It's prettier to look at (sunnier), the music is better, and you get to ride on yoshi. The 2nd player role still isn't as much fun as the 1st player role, but it's a whole lot better than in the original."
"The art is appealing, the story holds together, the levels are interesting and varied and the game offers frequent save opportunities. All in all, this is a lot of fun to play. Though this game claims to be for 2 players, it's really only fun for one."
"This one is really good if you've read the Harry Potter books, liked them, and remember the details of the story. Though I read the books, I'm a bit fuzzy on the story details so I often find that I have to read about what to do next in the game before I can make any progress. And again, it's really only any fun at all if you've read the books and liked them."
"This game is fun in part because it's reminiscent of the original Super Mario Bros. games on the NES. Though this game offers better 2-player action than most of the games on this list, it's limited game-save options make it a lot less fun for the casual gamer."