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Free Realms

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age 11+

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age 18+

OH MY GOD THIS IS BEST GAME EVER oh my god i remmber when i play the game when i am kids ever time i feel like play new World is a so cool
age 7+

Kid-Friendly Game!

Well, my kid, she is 10 years old, she has played Free Realms, and she absolutely loves it. Here are pros of Free Realms: Membership: Membership on Free Realms is very cheap, and forget paying 70 dollars a month for lifetime, for a lifetime membership it only costs $35.00 and it's a ONE TIME PAYMENT! I consider this very cheap, compared to other games my 10 year old plays. Gameplay: The quality is very good, it is 3D and kids can easily make friends here. Free Realms is a mostly kid-friendly game. (See "cons" of Free Realms.) Appearance: At first in Free Realms, as you know, you may choose a human or a pixie to represent you in-game. There are different types of make-up and face paint, not to mention beards and mustache(s) for boys! The hair choices are nice too. There are up-dos, and long hair, even short hair. For the pixies, there are also different wing patterns you can choose from. As for clothing, they do not have skirts, but they do have shorts. Fortunately, they only have three pairs that my daughter has mentioned and from what I have seen, they are all appropriate, meaning they do not show off her player's butt or anything. The shirts are appropriate, though they do have "midriff" shirts as my daughter says they are called. Though they do have these shirts, they do have things that can cover their bellies. Social: Con: Well, there is a very strong filter on Free Realms, I have seen before when my 10 year old was in the bathroom, I walked by the computer, and there were girls saying, "i need a dayt" and "dayum" and other ways around the chat filter. Pros: This is a very nice game for social activity, as I said before, they have a very strong filter, it blocks numbers, and there are no sexual words or activities allowed, no swearing, (though players have partially gotten past that roadblock) nothing inappropriate or unsuitable for kids. In-game currency: The currency in Free Realms are Coins and Station Cash. Coins are currency that you can earn while you do battles, open chests, etc. etc. Station Cash: Station Cash costs money. Though you can get game cards or just pay through the game from your credit card. It is completely safe, they do not scam, they do not steal your money, nothing negative. My daughter has had no complaints that she didn't get her station cash, or got something she didn't like. In a short description: Free Realms is a kid-friendly game that is appropriate for almost all ages!

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Great messages
Great role models
Too much swearing
age 10+

Great!!! And if players even type a word that looks like a bad one it does not show! Like "hot" or "what ever"

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Educational value
Great messages
age 12+

For kids who are ready for their first MMORPG

The landscape looks like earth, but is populated with perfect looking young adults, and young adult fairies, which are smaller then humans and have wings. Because dressing up and earning clothes is a big part of the game, I wish they had made the characters more cartoon like. The only other concern I have is the way your child is constantly faced with the message that you need a membership to advance, membership to enter, membership to play. So, if you can afford the 5 dollars a month let your child try this game, but they will eventually want a membership. And it's well worth the money. Lots to do! Great puzzle games! Mountains to Climb, oceans to swim...fun!

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Too much consumerism
age 8+

Good but title is misleading for the under-10 set

Overall this is a pretty innocuous and enjoyable game with lots of opportunity for exploration. It is another step into the MMPOG world that undoubtedly awaits and it seems fairly safe with lots of mechanisms in place for parents to control access to/for children under 13. My only concern is the significant limits on access to features without membership, which as of 8/10 costs $5/month. This is difficult for young children to understand, particularly when it is not mentioned to players until they try to achieve a certain level and are told they can't get the level they've earned until they get the membership...hm, seems a bit high-pressure for a little kid. Tweens might be a bit more savvy when dealing with sites that market themselves as free (as in FREERealm) but for younger children a bit of a chat about the type of marketing being used could help ease the disappointment of limited play over the long-term.

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Too much consumerism
Educational value
Great messages
age 16+

OK for older kids - not for tweens

People need to know the filtered chat is easily circumvented by using non character letters, and is frequently done.

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Too much swearing
age 11+

wwe

i theek it is good because you cen have your friens on hir

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Educational value
age 12+

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Educational value
age 8+

love it
age 10+

any age should be able to play

i cant get away from this game

This title has:

Educational value
Great messages
Great role models