The games are getting bigger, faster, and more interactive, and parents are embracing them as part of a wider push to tackle autism.
The first in the series, dubbed Hero Pink, comes with a touch of pink in the title, and is a fun, colourful and easy-to-play adventure.
It features a team of four characters from a variety of genres including: superheroes, space invaders, and robots.
And there’s even a touch in the game’s theme song, which has a song by the pop group Pink Floyd that sounds like it’s playing from a box of Lego bricks.
As well as games for children with autism, the new series is also aimed at older people with the disease.
According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in six children and one in three adults with autism will have some form of mental impairment, which can affect social interaction and language.
But with games such as Hero Blue and Hero Hero, the childrens’ games are a perfect match for a range of special needs children, such as: Twins Hero Heroes Twin Heroes Tomboy Puppy DoodleDoodle Crocodile SuperheroPink PonyHero Cobra Tiger Panda Turtle TyrantPink Troll Pixie Teddybear SuperPandaBlue PigMan CatMan RabbitMan WolfMan FoxMan Chicken ChickenMan PenguinMan DuckMan BirdMan SeaDog Sea Turtle ToadMan CrabMan CrustaceanMan HumpbackMan TailWhipMan KangarooMan StagglejackMan GigAstroMan EagleMan BuzzardMan SnakeMan BearMan SquirrelMan BeaverMan RatMan DogMan MouseMan PeacockMan Scooby-DooMan MummyMan BabyCatMan The game will launch on Amazon next week.
While this isn’t the first time a game has been aimed at kids with a disability, it is the first to be made specifically for them.
In 2016, a series called The LEGO Adventures for Autism featured characters with autism in the form of Lego sets.
Since then, more than 200 other children with disabilities have also been recognised for their achievements in games.
This latest game is not the first that has featured characters in the games.
Last year, a number of different Lego-themed games were made for children.
However, in 2018, the makers of Lego’s flagship game set, Lego Dimensions, decided to stop making themed sets and instead focus on toys for older children.