Like any other video game system available on the market, Nintendo wants a fresh variety of games the whole family can enjoy and academic games are helping this effort greatly. When my niece got herself an educational video game together with her parents, I originally thought nothing of it. Gradually however, I noticed that she and her parents were playing the game together too. It turns out that now many educational games on the market will also be accustomed to help educate people of older ages in addition to when compared with older games on older consoles.
While a good number of the game she plays is meant for kids her age, there's also games meant for the adults too. The kids can get simpler spelling and vocabulary games aimed at helping with their basic reading and ability as a copywriter. Adults on the other hand may have much more complex vocabulary that is used in additional complex conversations aimed at improving their skills.
Exactly the same can be seen in the greater logic games like the puzzle and math games. For the children, the games are created to improve basic math skills such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division where the adults may have more complex formulas and problems to resolve using multiple formulas and more complex algebra. The logic games are wonderful simply because they help kids in solving problems while helping adults not just solve problems but keep the mind sharp.