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By Carolyn Koh, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Web MMO for tweens, but also on Facebook for teens.

Game Facebook , Windows 2011
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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this game.

Community Reviews

age 12+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 13+

Really disappointed

The game itself is nice, and for the most part even the other players there are helpful and nice, it has a kids-like 3D design in mind, and there's also a censor/filter system for the chat which doesn't work very well since in many cases blocks also legitimate words. Also, you may find mixed players from different countries, so it can be hard to communicate at times. Development of the game has ceased since Junebud failed for bankruptcy and the current company, Dohi, took over. The plugin required to play the game is also very outdated thus the game crashes or hangs quite often. The worst thing though, is the really poor customer care: my account got banned after one month of playing due to a bot detection. After quite some time of struggling to track down the issue and offering total cooperation with the support person and getting harsh and unreasonable replies in response, it turned out it was a false positive (a Firefox plugin considered cheat cause it could potentially alter the content of the webpage) and the one month ban with threat of lifetime ban was confirmed. This happened just two days after buying lifetime membership, despite the "cheat" being detected several days before. Nice game, really poor support. Stay away and don't waste any money on it. I sincerely don't recommend it.
age 10+

Allow your ten yr olds on

Its appropriate for that age.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (2 ):
Kids say: Not yet rated

The gameplay in Milmo is fairly generic, but actions such as switching to various other implements besides the sword, including the spade to dig or a butterfly net to catch bugs, add a bit of variety and quite a bit of fun. Kids also get to make choices in some quests about whether to help others. This is seen fairly early in the game when players must decide whether to help hunt down a sea monster or help the researcher to study it.

The look of the game will attract younger players, and the ease of the game-play is suited to kids as young as age 10. However, while this game can be played on Facebook, kids ages 10-12 should play it via the Junebud portal. The game continues to evolve, and as the developers strive toward country specific ratings and compliances, they'll also introduce more and more safety features and more transparency for concerned parents in terms of updated FAQs.

Online interaction: The game has been submitted for European PEGI and US ESRB rating and is not COPPA compliant, but has its own safety rules designed to keep children safe. The "bad word" filter is on by default and cannot be turned off.

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