By Chris Colin
Sure, you could keep your kid from experiencing the ever meaner, ruder, and bloodier world of video games, but it's so expensive to raise a child on a desert island these days. (Nearly 60% of 2- to 12-year-olds play video games, says one report.) So a growing number of parents are taking a different approach: seeking out games that eschew gore and antisocial mindlessness in favor of the creative and civilized. A few years ago, this was a relatively new field. Today a variety of inspired choices exists.
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