I have a 20 month old son that is showing an interest in gaming. He likes to sit and watch me play, sometimes with a controller in his hand pretending to control my character. I've let him control an actual game a few times as well, which he loves. He understands the concept of using the controller to manipulate a character on screen. Of course, at 20 months old, he can't really navigate around obstacles or do anything but wait for enemies to kill his character. So, I'd like to find a game that has some wide open spaces (so he won't just end up stuck in a corner every 5 seconds) that are free of or low on enemies. Anyone have any suggestions?
I don't need the whole game to fit this criteria. I just need an area or two, that is easy to access from the menu, in any game, where a little kid can move a character around the screen for a couple minutes. His attention span is maybe 5 minutes, and I can help him some. I'd just like him to get the experience of playing the game on his own as much as possible. He'd probably prefer something bright and colorful, but that's not a requirement.
I have XBone, PS4, Switch, and Wii U setup right now. I also have easy access to an X360. So, any game for any of those would be great. Bonus points if the game you suggest is cheap. Super extra double bonus points if it's on Gamepass.