A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this game.
Duels are friendly and in-world Game Masters encourage and facilitate friendly behavior. Players exchange information and wish each other luck at the beginning of the duels and often call out "Lucky!" when their creature makes a good shot.
Violence & Scariness
Cartoon violence. As a sporting events, freaky creatures challenge each other to battles until one is defeated. There are lasers and sword strikes, but no blood or gore.
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Children under 13 are limited to menu-chat and the free chat is subject to a strong language filter and human monitoring.
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Products & Purchases
This is a collectibles game so it encourages spending more on the game. There are 10 creatures to collect that will unlock corresponding creatures in game. A starter kit comes with two creatures, the program, 50 random parts, 20 different powers, and 2 lair objects. Add-on packages at $9.99 contain a single creature, 25 random parts, 10 powers. and 2 lair objects. Monthly subscription packages range from $6.99 a month to $32.94 for a 6 month package.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Freaky Creatures is a collectible toy as well as an online game. Targeted towards young boys, you have to buy the physical toy as well as pay a small monthly fee to play this game. Game play is centered around dueling with another players and may involve some potty humor like fart gases. Chat is limited to menu-chat under age 13, and otherwise, there is a strong language filter as well as human monitoring. The site has live monitors.
Is It Any Good?
Freaky Creatures is targeted at young boys who enjoy potty humor like fart powers which envelop your opponent in a cloud of poisonous gas. However, there are also two feminine creatures that young girls will enjoy. Combat is turn-based and players see exactly what powers are used and actions taken.
The game is fun and the strategy required in building a creature will keep youngsters entertained. Like trading card games, powers can be traded and these trades are found on the secure forums. The developers also boast COPA compliance and we found live Game Masters present online even at 11pm PST to monitor chat and ensure safety.
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