So, I caught my 5 year old on my PC yesterday playing Battlefield Bad Company 2. Feeling like a pretty horrible Dad right now. He was allowed some computer time to play the Bit.Trip games (doctor's orders for his Amblyopia) and I walked away for a couple of minutes, come back and somehow he had figured out how to start it and resume the Single Player campaign. The kid is wicked sharp when it comes to using a computer and I don't want him stumbling into Killing Floor or Left 4 Dead. I was hoping to find some way to restrict what games he can access. Does anyone know of a parental lock feature in Steam? Or is there a hack where I can maybe limit what games display in Steam? Maybe as part of a different Windows login? Worried I'll have to do duplicate installs for that though.
The only solution I've found online so far is to create a separate Steam account for him and repurchase everything. I'm not going to go that far with this. Will just ban him from the PC I guess.