0bwrussellBest Answer 7 years ago ReplyUpvoteLike canucksgirl said, it depends on what types of games. You are going to have trouble getting your ideas listened to by a big developer like EA, I suspect. Partially because they are mostly interested in cash cows not necessarily good games and partially because outside suggestions can open a huge can of legal worms. I work at an airplane manufacturer and we are not even supposed to look at suggestions from kids because if we do and we make something like it we could owe someone a large portion of the resulting profits.There is a huge surge of indie game development on kickstarter. Maybe you could contact some small time or up and coming game developers, maybe even through the forums here, and put together a project funded thorough kickstarter.No matter what you do just make sure your intellectual property (your ideas) is protected. You can probably find some sort of fill in the blank Non Disclosure Aggrements (NDAs) and other forms online for people you want to share your ideas with to sign.