Parents' Guide to

Dofus 2.0

By Carolyn Koh, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Anime-inspired fantasy MMO with turn-based combat and chat.

Game Mac, Windows 2009
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DOFUS 2.0 is the same as the original DOFUS game, but it has been upgraded in graphics, sound, and music. Now a full-featured MMO with combat, crafting, mounts, pets, trading, and even PvP (Player versus Player) duels, this world is huge, colorful and humorous. The graphics are anime-inspired and quite beautiful. DOFUS encourages exploration and some quests make you think. A request for water doesn't tell you the where and how to find it, but the savvy player may try to click on a well to draw water, or may find it when they kill a creature near a water feature.

DOFUS is one of those pleasant surprises. A much deeper game than the quirky name and cutesy graphics may convey, there is plenty to see and to do in the World of the Twelve. Because of the violence and open chat, it is best played by kids ages 13 and older.

Online interaction: Chat is open chat and although there is a profanity filter, it must be turned on.

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