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Games Rated PEGI 3 and Younger with Motion Controls Not Required Accessibility Settings

As part of our accessibility review, this page lists games that have been flagged with accessibility settings in the following areas.

Controls: Each of these games has been assessed for how you control the game, different options for alternative inputs and whether you can remap these settings to suit your needs. Each game offers the following accessibility features and settings:

  • Motion Controls Not Required: You don’t need motion controls to play the game.
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Tracks The Train Set Game

PEGI Rating 3+ for Tracks The Train Set GameESRB Rating EVERYONE for Tracks The Train Set Game

Tracks The Train Set Game

Platforms: Nintendo Switch, PC and Xbox One

Genres: Creative, Open World and Simulation

Duration: Between half an hour and 1 hour to play a round.

Players: This is a single player game.

Costs: Purchase cost. In-game purchases.

This is a digital version of wooden toy train sets, without the costs of buying more and more track pieces. You build your toy train set and towns and then jump into the driver's seat and drive the train, seeing your toy world to scale. It's a very...


Pode

Platforms: Nintendo Switch, PC and PlayStation 4

Genres: Adventure, Platform and Puzzle

Duration: Between 5 hours and 6 hours to complete.

Players: You can play with 2 players in the same room, but you can’t play it online.

Costs: Purchase cost.

Pode is a co-operative puzzle game, where two players on the same system can use different abilities to help each other unlock new areas of a beautiful world and advance a cute little story. It's a good game if you like combining abilities in clever...


Universal Paperclips

Platforms: Android, Web Browser and iOS

Genres: Adventure, Simulation and Strategy

Duration: Between 7 hours and 8 hours to complete.

Players: This is a single player game.

Costs: Purchase cost.

Universal Paperclips is an adventure game about making paperclips. It sounds simple, but behind the incremental process of clicking a button to create these paperclips is a story about how the desire to make paperclips (or anything) if fully realised...


 




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