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By Carolyn Koh, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 9+

Colorful MMO world with many games, takes a bit to learn.

Game Windows 2010
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age 6+

Based on 1 parent review

age 6+

Perfect for all ages from 6 to ...999 !

Yes your kid can play and be safety on boaki ! I'm one of the guide on this perfect game (for all ages !) and I can say I have so much fun being on it, playing with kids ! Mainly, my goal is to keep them safety. Safety is OUR priority.And of course entertainment and FUN. To sum up : we are a PERFECT NANNY for your kids ! They can play, tchat with children, and learning so much on boaki : for example, through the "stars conquest" in the game , different abilities are required , and the child can progress easily and being satisfied with this faery world that tease its senses up ! COme and play and see what boaki looks like : we are ALWAYS there to answer your questions ! See you soon !! Cheers ! Guide Boaki !

Is It Any Good?

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Kids say: Not yet rated

Targeted at kids ages 6 through 12, Boaki provides an amazing amount of content that is free to play, with a monthly subscription opening up premium features such as pets (piki), mounts (pitoo) they can ride and race, and member-only games, locations, clothing, and tournaments with leader boads.  The games are varied from simple clicking on bubbles, to exploration,to picture-matching/memory-type games, to spaceship races. As this is a game based on explorative play, kids who are modelling learners may find it incredibly intimidating ,since there aren't any tutorials to show kids how to play most games, or what to do when they enter the game. Kids who are familiar with online worlds however, will immediately know how to access the world by clicking on the Map, clicking on objects that sparkle, and running into doorways with a swirling graphic.

Online interaction: Interaction for the most part is through drop down menus except during hours where there is a team of guides and moderators in game and open chat is allowed. Open chat even with filtering and moderators can be iffy.

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