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By Chad Sapieha, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Complex card game becomes less convoluted online.

Game Windows 2007
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While playing a card game face-to-face with a friend is typically more engaging than playing against a stranger over the Internet, the technical advantages of playing online shouldn't be discounted. Aside from making the game more accessible, Chaotic's online component offers live leader boards, allows players to trade cards with others, and provides a comprehensive glossary of available cards, which can help with formulating tactics and act as a means of identifying cards you may want for your own deck. Of course, the problem with online play -- especially when it comes to children -- is that there is always the potential to wind up in a game texting with an online bully, hooligan, or predator. Fortunately, the Chaotic game site has plenty of advice for both parents and children that counsels ways to ensure a safe online experience. Still, Common Sense Media doesn't recommend online play for children under age 12.

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