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Family Guy: Uncensored



Raunchy TV characters have so-so adventures in slow app.

What parents need to know

Ease of play

Each of the eight mini games has its own unique controls, but they're very simple and easy to learn. The app could be better designed overall, though. The menus are slow, and there's no way to exit a game without closing the app and relaunching it.


Stewie the baby tries to electrocute, chop, and shoot the family dog, Brian.


A city-wide power outage, the unifying theme of the mini-games, is caused by Quagmire plugging in too many sex toys at once. Unable to watch his TV show, "Jungle Babes in Heat," Quagmire fantasizes swinging from vine to vine in Speedos while making crude jokes about his "vine." Near-naked females, including mom Lois, appear in several of the mini games.




There are two in-game links, one to Glu's commercial blog and the other to a Glu Games page with Buy It links.

Drinking, drugs, & smoking
Not applicable

Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that this game based on the animated TV show has a lot of scantily clad cartoon women, adult sexual situations, and suggestive language.

Is it any good?


Only rabid Family Guy fans need bother with this collection of lame mini-games. The games have the same quality of animation and bawdy humor as the show, but they lack depth and challenge. The app also seems a bit slow.

App details

Devices:iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Android
Release date:November 23, 2009
Category:Action Games
Publisher:Glu Games Inc.

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Teen, 17 years old Written bygigidygig January 10, 2011


gigidy gigidy gigidy goo
What other families should know
Educational value
Parent Written byFrankinf March 24, 2012

bring your 3 year olds

Teen, 16 years old Written byI_TellTheTruth January 8, 2011

CSM is incredibly stupid.

You do realize that you gave this app a 15+ and the actual show a 14+? This app is called "UNCENSORED" and yet there is nothing more foul than "d-mn" said in the entire thing. If you truly believe that this app deserves a 15+ rating, then the ACTUAL SHOW would deserve a 17+.
What other families should know
Too much sex


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