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By Christopher Healy, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Well done action-puzzler, but you're blowing up humans.

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What you will—and won't—find in this app.

Community Reviews

age 10+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 11+

Played this game when I was really young.

I was very young when I played this game, but beware! You are playing a man using grenades to blow people up, and you have to blow up all of the villains in order to move on to the next level, which is a similarity it has to “Angry Birds”. There is no blood, and activating and handling grenades are not graphically shown, which makes it kid-friendly, but it isn’t for the youngest. I wish it were still around, but it isn’t. It is entertaining, but mildly violent. I would not recommend it to anyone under 10 years of age.

This title has:

Easy to play/use
Too much violence
age 8+

Fragger is a good game.

It has the idea of exploding humans but it is pretty okay.It is also very addicting,easy to play, and itis very safe in online interaction.

This title has:

Too much violence
Educational value

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (2):
Kids say (2):

FRAGGER is a fantastic app game with very nice animation, super-easy controls, and some excellent strategic challenges. When the developers made this mobile version of their already popular Web game, they changed the human-shaped dummy targets to human-shaped human targets, adding an unnecessary level of violence. Even so, the cartooniness of the graphics makes it very tame in comparison to other action-themed app games. And it doesn't negate the game's inherently fun and addictive nature.

App Details

  • Devices: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad
  • Release date: June 3, 2010
  • Category: Puzzle Games
  • Publisher: Miniclip
  • Version: 1.0
  • Minimum software requirements: iPhone OS 2.2 or later
  • Last updated: August 23, 2016

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