The Supreme Court recently decided barring children from buying or renting violent video games is unconstitutional. With all the attention given to violent video games, it may be hard to find safe alternatives for children. Gamerpops, a website dedicated to informing parents what games are "appropriate and what's not," provided a list of the ten best family game from the Electronic Entertainment Expo of 2011.

Kinect Disneyland Adventures

Platform: Microsoft Xbox 360
Developer: Disney Interactive Studios

This game also utilizes the Kinect technology. Players can experience Disney theme parks with more than 40 characters to meet and 12 attractions to experience. The Kinect's interactive nature allows players to virtual experience Disneyland, including getting autographs from Disney characters and riding the rides attractions.

Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster

Platform: Microsoft Xbox 360
Developer: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

The new game features many characters from the children's show, only it incorporates new Xbox Kinect technology. The Kinect is a camera-based technology that responds to player movements, allowing them to use their body, rather than a controller, to manipulate the game.

Ratchet & Clank: All for One

Platform: Sony Playstation 3
Developer: Sony

Ratchet & Clank is a futuristic cartoon action-adventure series. Ratchet, a cat-like humanoid mechanic, and Clack, his robot sidekick, fight enemies with peculiar, but clean, weaponry. The new release features four player cooperative play.

Cars 2

Platform: All
Developer: Disney

A racing game based on the movie "Cars 2." According to GamerPops the game features "racing that straddles the line between arcade and kart, fun arena combat, and a full range of playable characters from the movie."

Skylanders Spyro's Adventure

Platform: Nintendo Wii
Developer: Nintendo Wii, Microsoft XBOX 360, Sony Playstation 3 and possibly PC.

Skylanders Spyro's Adventure is an action-adventure game with a twist. The game incorporates toys, which are used as playable characters in the game. Each toy will have its own special abilities. The characters enter the game through a "portal," or a docking station for the toys that comes with the game. Game progress and character information are stored inside the figurine, allowing players to take and use them anywhere. That means a child can take their figurines to a friends house to play even if his or her friend doesn't have the same gaming console.

Disney Universe

Platform: Nintendo Wii, Microsoft XBOX 360 and Sony Playstation 3
Developer: Disney

According to the game's official website, it is "an off-the-wall non-stop action adventure where Disney worlds and characters mix up for the first time." Players are able to "suit-up for action as more than 40 classic and contemporary Disney characters" and can "team up with up to four friends to solve puzzles or defeat enemies."

Kirby Wii

Platform: Nintendo Wii
Developer: Nintendo

Kirby, a marshmallow puff who inhales his enemies, has been voted one of the 50 cutest video game characters by UGO Entertainment. The new Kirby game features four player cooperative play.

Mario Kart 3DS

Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Developer: Majesco

In Cooking Mama, players "cook" food by performing tasks with the Nintendo 3DS touch screen. The 3DS is a handheld gaming console with two screens, one of which is a touch screen. The handheld device also boasts real 3D graphics gaming without the need of glasses.

Cooking Mama 4: Kitchen Magic

Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Developer: Majesco

In Cooking Mama, players "cook" food by performing tasks with the Nintendo 3DS touch screen. The 3DS is a handheld gaming console with two screens, one of which is a touch screen. The handheld device also boasts real 3D graphics gaming without the need of glasses.

Chase Mii

Platform: Nintendo Wii U
Developer: Nintendo

This is one of the first games for the new Nintendo platform Wii U. The controllers for the new system have a built-in touch screen that coincides with the action on the television. In Chase Mii, one player is designated as "it" and uses the new Wii U controller, which they use to navigate from a bird's eye view on the built-in. Up to four other players play on the main screen and work together to find the player who is "it."