Parents' Guide to

Madden NFL Superstars

By Michael Lafferty, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Facebook football game -- look out for hidden fees.

Game Facebook 2010
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While seemingly simple, Madden NFL Superstars has a decent amount of depth. It is certainly challenging -- sometimes even a touch frustrating. Players have to keep their teams well-trained, because the virtual athletes' training points expire after a time. This is a bit insidious in that, to continue to be good, the game must be visited frequently. Still, there are several elements, such as balancing practice time and income with time spent actually playing against other players that make this a fun app. (Note that two-player games are not live, and you never need interact with your opponent directly.) The game should be a very nice Facebook fit for NFL fans.

Online interaction: You can play against other people's teams, but these games aren't live, and you have no direct interaction with your opponent during these match-ups.

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