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We sincerely appreciate the feedback you have provided over this transition and can't wait for you to check out the new Xbox Forums!
My 6 year old loves the Indie game "let's draw a picture together". We also play portal (he is way better at solving the puzzles than me!), and kinnect adventures. I would love more games to play with him.
My nephew loved the XBLI game
Kissy Poo for a long time before becoming bored with it.
If you have Kinect, check out the
Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster Demo. Regardless of your daughter's degree of social development, the game has a lot to offer in ways of color, music, and physical entertainment.
I have found that many of the Kinect games, and some arcade games really are good games for those with Autism.
Yall might want to check out a kingdom for kefling, and a world for kefling. You play a giant (your avatar) who rules over a world of keflings (people) and you build things and chop trees, etc. I know I really enjoy the game.