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Inscryption

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age 13+

Based on 5 parent reviews

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age 15+

Things you need to know

I don't want to include any spoilers in my review, but there are certain things you must know if you are considering letting a child play this game without playing it completely through yourself first. This game includes: * A strong theme of sacrifice (of others against their will) * Self-harm (removing of the player's teeth and eyes as a price) * Multiple uses of the f-word * Existential horror * Mild references to torture, including some characters driven to insanity from it * A blurring between reality and fiction that could be distressing for children

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much swearing
1 person found this helpful.
age 15+

A Delightful Little Horror Card Game

Wonderfully delicious Deck Building Horror game! Very reminiscent of internet horror, where lore is expressed in convoluted but tasteful ways. Some disturbing images and themes, and occasional strong language.
age 10+

An intelligent card game worth buying

The M rating is undeserved, if your child can handle language it will be ok. There’s little to no violence except at the one cutscene where the a character gets shot, but only blood on the floor is visible. There’s also no sex, nudity, alcohol, and drugs. There isn’t many positive messages but has a great and complex story that deserves to be enjoyed.
age 13+

a little scary but the story is great

This title has:

Great messages
Easy to play/use
age 13+

good game for adults and teens

This title has:

Great messages
Easy to play/use