The “Falling Fruit” game is a great place to start! You’re able to choose whether the child will cross the middle line of the body from left-to-right / right-to-left on both sides (for example the fruit can appear on the right hand side of the screen and the child needs to drag them all the way towards the correct basket that is located on the left hand side of the screen).
Typically children with DCD are challenged by poor acquisition of other motor skills like hand-eye coordination, balance, motor planning, bilateral coordination, timing and sequences. These difficulties often come along with “clumsiness” and poor body awareness.
I see many children with DCD who move their hands in an uneven manner, without synchronizing both hands, whether both hands doing the same work, opposite work or using each hand for a different purpose, the difficulty in this area makes it hard for a child to handle tasks such as drawing, sizering, opening bottles etc.
One of the main things you can focus on is helping the child improve bilateral coordination – I would recommend the bubble bath game, played using both hands (open the settings and choose bilateral coordination) to pop the soap bubbles. Or you could continue using the falling fruit game, in this game the will use each hand in a different direction.
For the older children I would recommend the ‘Space Game’ for bilateral coordination. In this game the child needs to hit the aliens that are not the same as the alien in the space ship by bringing hands close and then apart.
If balance and posture is an issue, you can adjust the range of motion settings, to push the child to reach far for the objects on the screen and leave his/her base of support. Also, you may want to put the child on an unstable surface to challenge their balance even further and increase body awareness.
Hope this helps!