Parents' Guide to

Miraculous Ladybug & Cat Noir

By Chris Morris, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Endless runner ruined by very heavy emphasis on ads.

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Community Reviews

age 4+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 5+

Good show but a mediocre game

when i first found out that miraculous was gonna have a game, i was hyped!! i might be 14 but i still love the show, so as you might expect i was really sad when i realized how bad the game was. it's practically identical to subway surfers, a game i'd reccomend, but even though it's identical, it's bad. the controls respond really slow, you die a lot because of it. and if you don't have a super fast device, TOO BAD! because it lags a LOT. the ads are also very annoying, the levels are all the same, and the unlockable characters cost way too much. i wouldn't reccomend this game to any miraculous fans.

This title has:

Too much consumerism
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age 2+

The show is perfect for all ages!

Such a good show, appropriate for all ages! My 3 year old loves it, even if they don't understand I find it great. (haven't added her yet!)

This title has:

Great messages
Easy to play/use

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Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (2 ):
Kids say (20 ):

Kids might love the show this game is based on, but it's a lot harder to love the game itself. Miraculous Ladybug & Cat Noir uses the now common game mechanic of running a course, grabbing as many coins (in this case, ladybugs and other objects) as possible and avoiding obstacles. The problem is: There are a lot of games that do it better. The controls aren't especially tight in Miraculous Ladybug and it often feels like moves you make aren't reflected on screen in time, resulting in failure. Adding to this disappointment is the game's nonstop use of video ads (which can't be skipped). They even play between levels without warning. If you die, you can continue by watching one. At least one time, the ad refused to close even after it ran its course, which prevented any further gameplay. It's so extensive (and obviously designed to encourage you to buy in-game tokens, which can also be used to skip commercials) that it's off putting, to the point where it's easier to just give up on the game.

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