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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this game.
Depends on who you play with. Others in an MMO can be mean, from bumping you off course to sending you angry messages.
Violence & Scariness
Just some bumping of cars into each other.
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Products & Purchases
Upgrading cars and character extras costs money -- between $2 and $10 per item.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this MMOG (massive multiplayer online game), in beta, was very addictive. In fact, it has 150 million fans in Korea. For these short races there are no real rules of the road, so kids won't learn responsible driving by playing. Players are also subject to the occasional rude and inappropriate play and comments of others they race against, which is why Common Sense Media only recommends online games for kids 12 and up. Watch out for extra costs: The game makes money by having its players upgrade cars and characters. A new virtual car can cost up to $10. Outfitting your character with cool gear costs about $2-3 per item.
Is It Any Good?
Five modes of play add variety, but most players enjoy normal mode the most. Here, you'll toss water bombs at other drivers in an effort to slow them down. Another mode, called Hedgehog, turns you into the tiny, spiny mammal with special powers like the ability to pop water bombs.
A word of warning, though. Once the game itself is launched, downloading the free game program can take up to an hour with a slower connection.
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