A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this app.
Older kids who can filter out filler can learn a bit about historical figures and the cultures in which they lived as well as some simple science.
Ease of Play
Very easy to use.
Violence & Scariness
App alludes to suicide, some passing mention of wars, murders, and death.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Mention of relationships and marriage that fall outside of today's societal norms (e.g., polygamy) as well as questions about where babies come from (asked, but not answered).
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Some disrespectful language between the player and the character.
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Products & Purchases
The free version offers the chance to buy characters without a parent gate.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
There is mention of drinking alcohol when chatting with Einstein, but he refuses to discuss it.
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Parents Need to Know
Is It Any Good?
This is a fun idea with some definite entertainment value as long as kids understand that it's not necessarily all factual information. Einee - Talk to Einstein is clever. It weaves the facts into each chat in engaging ways that kids will really enjoy. It occasionally takes the snark factor too far, although kids may find that adds to the humor. The questions and comments kids are given to use can be rude and disrespectful, and some of the learning is sacrificed as a result. It's obvious while using Einee - Talk to Einstein that this isn't meant for younger kids, but that's not clear before purchasing. While teens and adults will likely be entertained and may even learn a few things, parents may want to screen before handing it over to tweens. For those who dive in, it's a silly way to pass some time, pick up a few facts, and maybe get inspired to dig deeper and learn more.
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