Immortal Thrones - 3D Fantasy Mobile MMORPG

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Neilie Johnson, Common Sense Media
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Generic streaming fantasy role-playing game plays itself.

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A lot or a little?

The parents' guide to what's in this app.

Ease of Play

Auto-play toggle means game plays itself if you want it to.

Violence

Lots of combat, bloodless fantasy violence.

Sex

Some sexy female characters, loading screens featuring busty women.

Language
Consumerism

In-app store purchases mostly unnecessary, but heavily promoted.

Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Immortal Thrones - 3D Fantasy Mobile MMORPG is a free-to-play online role-playing game that contains optional in-app purchases. It contains a Podcast function so that players can livestream their play sessions, as well as unmoderated chat functionality and an "auto-friend" setting. Its focus is combat, so there's lots of bloodless fantasy violence. Female characters are sometimes busty and scantily clad. The auto-play setting minimizes interactivity.

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What's it about?

IMMORTAL THRONES - 3D FANTASY MOBILE MMORPG is about a clash between fantasy kingdoms. Players run missions for a host of different celestial characters, killing so many of this and collecting so many of that, in exchange for armor, weapons, and in-game currency. They can also join together to declare war on other factions during timed weekly events. In addition to solo and online group play, players can livestream their play sessions and join and create chat rooms.

Is it any good?

Free-to-play massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) apps have a bad reputation, and this cluttered collection of vague fantasy clichés is one of the reasons why. A conceptual grab bag of role-playing systems, it presents a disjointed interface and a half-baked fantasy world filled with forgettable characters. It's nothing less than a lesson in fun crushed by poor execution.

It's possible the creators understand this. How else do you explain the auto-play feature, which is on by default? Upon starting the game, you're faced with an overcomplicated bunch of buttons and menus with next to no tutorial. That's OK, though; you're not really expected to do anything. Auto-play makes it so that aside from the occasional reward-collecting tap, you can watch the game play all by itself. Your character runs to and fro on its own, weapons and armor auto-equip and auto-upgrade, and achievements and rewards roll in automatically. Progression's so fast, it'll make your head spin. Of course if you're old-fashioned, you can turn off auto-play and do a few things yourself, like joining online faction wars or trying out the podcast feature. You'll have to muddle out how they work by yourself, though. The game's limited rule book fails to mention a lot of things, and figuring them out on your own isn't easy, thanks to the sloppy, poorly translated interface. The graphics are nice, but ultimately, Immortal Thrones - 3D Fantasy Mobile MMORPG is a wild pendulum swing between repetitive, mind-numbingly easy auto-gameplay and utterly baffling everything else. Not much fun -- unless you like your games non-interactive and cryptic.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about screen time spent playing online role-playing games. How much time should you commit to them?

  • Discuss the idea of interactive entertainment. What, if anything, do players get from a game that plays itself?

  • Think about the concepts of challenge and reward. Is there value in being rewarded for something that's easy to do?

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