i think its an okay game (i don't like it but other people do) the only problem is that there is too much pressure to buy stuff. at every turn, store, quest you go to you can't finish the storyline because you need to buy an account to finish the storyline you are DEFINETLY pressured to buy an account and dragon coins so good for your 9+ year old but no for younger children
this game promotes teamwork in the later levels and is very easy to play. this game is rated E10, so you'll find some fantasy violence, if not mild. when you get to the site, the game adveritses an online store and the other games they have made all available on battleon*. the only reason language is of concern is because you can say OMG and your character says this throughout the storyline i.e. princess: this imy dwagon! get your own! you: O...M...G
Violence: Although AdventureQuest Worlds is a fighting game, there is little to no blood. Players can fight other players using the game's PvP system.
Sex: There are a few scantily clad armors, Battle Swimwear for example. Cybersexing can be found on AQW but rarely. There are also in-game marriages sometimes.
Language: There are some people who use bad language but the filter stops most of it. To avoid bad language altogether, players can go on Moglin-safe servers where only canned chat is allowed.
Consumerism: Some equipment is only for paid members. There are also zones that you need a paid membership to access.
Drinking/Drugs/Smoking: Players can consume potions, and there is a weapon that resembles a mug of beer.
Educational: There isn't much educational value in AQW.
Messages: AQW encourages players to help the good and defeat the bad.
Easy to Play: There are some puzzles that require more than basic thinking, but fighting is extremely easy.
Safety: Players are constantly reminded to not give out their login info.
Good game, quite appropriate and all-age friendly. Been playing for a few years with some friends who are both younger and the same age with me - a better alternative to big games like RuneScape and MapleStory. Just needs more players! :D Very safe, online safety is not to be worried about here. No blood, almost no actual violence, just hacking and slashing. Very interesting, as you can switch between classes for different skill types. Overall, great game!!
I play this alot and I love it, but sometimes people will ask for your password and try to steal your account but anytime somebody does that a message pops up to remind you not to give your password to anyone. Also if someone asks for your password you can report them.This game is really easy to play. Other than that, I say this game is great for people 8 years of age or older.
This game is amazing you solve puzzles, you and your friends can log on and fight "boss" monsters for fun or you can make a house (very fun) buy weapons, and train stats that let you use new special moves, for example
Very fun for ages 10-15,
You create a character, fight monsters and use team work and stratagy to complete your missions.
Very addicting and you could play it for hours!
Although they do have memberships that are a bit expensive because the 1 month isn't available but, it's only $20.00 for 3 months with ALOT of payment options. The game also has 2 currenceys, Gold and AC's (Adventure coins) in which one you must buy or earn through ad's, and gold you get from monster drops.
Adventure Quest Worlds or AQW is a decent game. Though when i played it it got boring really fast for me because all I did was kill monsters because the quests i wanted to go on were members only. Another thing is that alot of the game you have to pay for with AC (Adventure Coins) or buy a guardian account. I thought that was pretty stupid. I don't play it anymore but it was fun to play with friends. Also some people will go around the language filter and say bad things at you which could be a problem if you are under a certian age I think around 8+. So i rate this game for eight and older.
It's great as far as promoting teamwork and it sends positive messages, but for anyone 10 or 9, it depends on the person, and no-one below that age frame should really be too keen on it, because they probably would only focus on the violence.
Tweens and above should really check it out!
Great game if you're asking me. I personally have played this game myself and there is a positive message from what I think: be yourself, never lose yourself to corruption. Not exactly for adults since the content wouldn't interest many people. Violence, yes there is mild violence for the slashing actions and all but no there isn't blood unless if you're talking about safiria the vampire queen's castle, that is an exception. Sex. No but some fools do the dancing action to make it look like it, but rarely so for the little ones, you might wanna stick to canned chat. Swearing? No not much except for some who try to avoid the filter. Stick to canned chat again. Consumerism, for membership and adventure coins, yes. But besides that, no. Drinking? No but except those fairy tale drinks and a dagger that resembles a jar of rum, not that I know of. Learning? Yes there are mind games suppose remembering and copying and some messages. Therefore I recommend the game to pre-teenagers but for kids, they're better off playing adventure quest.
AQW is a great game! It's not too violenced too but some stuff cost some money although the thing is, Adventure Coins can be free from offers yet it also have some adds... but this is a great game for people who like to adventure!
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