Parents' Guide to

Pocket Legends

By Carolyn Koh, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Pocket sized MMO has cute animals ... but violent combat.

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age 10+

Based on 1 parent review

age 10+
Teaches kids how to work foe a goal in a somewhat harmful way (i can buy a new bow when i ger 250 gold from zobies)

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In POCKET LEGENDS, kids play as a bear (warrior), an eagle (archer), or an elf (enchantress) and explore dungeons and forests. They take on quests from towns folks to find lost items, and to help protect the town and forests from brigands, zombies, trolls, and other assorted monsters. Designed to be played in short sessions, Pocket Legends is very easy to pick-up and learn. The characters and animations are cute and engaging in a cartoon style. The beauty of Pocket Legends comes in the game choices. Kids can play solo by creating a new game and locking it with a password and then only allow their friends into the game if they have the password. The game requires an account and password, so parents can choose to set the game up in this manner before letting their kids have their iPhones/IPads. The same goes for the Player vs. Player (PvP) games, in that kids don't have to play against strangers, plus they can skip this option completely..

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