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KartRider Rush+

By Erin Brereton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Potential player interaction could make racer fun stall out.

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Is It Any Good?

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This fast-paced racing game offers plenty of action to keep kids engaged. From high-quality 3D graphics to constantly changing roadways and backdrops -- and an ability to speed up, along with frequent encouragement to slow down on portions of the track -- there's rarely a dull moment in KartRider Rush+. That can be a good thing, because kids shouldn't get bored while playing, but it may mean some find advancing past the initial levels challenging. There are a lot of elements to pay attention to when driving, including upcoming curves in the road, your speed and the other drivers. which could overwhelm younger players. Rounds won't end because you slammed into a wall or made another driving mistake. Crashing doesn't actually seem to be possible, which is a nice change of pace from fast-paced games you can easily bomb out of repeatedly early in a round. The app also seems to kindly autocorrect some mistakes you make, such as accidentally starting to drive the wrong way after spinning around, and an arrow appears periodically to highlight the direction you should be going in. KartRider Rush+ is free to play, and the high-octane action provides a fun experience. The biggest issue that parents may have revolves around valid concerns about the chat feature, though, which could possibly put kids in contact with strangers, so they may want to limit or at least supervise kids' time on the road.

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