Parents' Guide to

Living Classics

By Christopher Healy, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Fun puzzle game for young kids; too bad it's on Facebook.

Game Facebook 2012
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Fans of I Spy-style hidden object games should love the animated twist that Living Classics provides. It's a fun and very attractive game, which is unfortunately targeted at an entirely wrong age group. It's existence as a Facebook game is puzzling. Young kids who would delight in it are technically not allowed to play it, while the teens and adults who have access to it are likely to think its cartoony fairy-tale nature is too babyish. It's true that there is a social aspect, but the "feed your friends' foxes" part feels superfluous, tacked on solely to make it fit better on Facebook. In the long run, Living Classics is a very good game that's on a very wrong platform.

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