…how to keep the kids entertained on a road trip to one of our Cabins in Branson? Here are some ideas for games the kids can play on smartphones, and tablets. Games will help make the ride or flight even more enjoyable for all. They won’t have to stop the video game fun once you arrive either – you can keep the games around to help make those quiet days in your Branson lodge even more entertaining for the little ones while Mom and Dad relax.

Angry Birds 

Angry Birds is one of the most popular games in recent years for both kids and adults alike. With dozens of mobile games, toys, board games and other types of entertainments throughout the franchise, Angry Birds continues to be a favorite for children. There are multiple levels and various games for iPad, Android and iPhones, so this is a great go to game for any child to play while they’re heading off to Branson. An added benefit is that there are a lot of optional add-ons. Always a plus if the first levels stop being a challenge for today’s game savvy children.

Cut The Rope and Cut The Rope 2

Another cute game for kids that they can play while you’re traveling to get settled into your Branson cabin. Much like Angry Birds, this game series has a number of levels, optional in app purchases and is a great way to keep the kids entertained for the duration of the trip to Branson or while you’re here. The premise of Cut the Rope and Cut The Rope 2 is a little monster who wants to eat candy and your job is to give it to him! Fun for kids young and old.

Duck Duck Moose, LLC

Not so much a game itself, but Duck Duck Moose, LLC is rather a provider of games aimed at younger children that focus on helping them build number skills, alphabet skills, and uses fun and games to help entertain them, perfect for car rides or even flights to Branson. With around half a dozen free games available, they are the perfect group to turn to for children’s games for the younger ones in your family. So, if you have a day or two just hanging around your Branson cabin while the adults recharge for the next activity, the little or not so little ones, won’t get bored.