Parents' Guide to

Secret Agent U

By Erin Bell, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Kids learn computer literacy with engaging spy game.

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Secret Agent U's tech- and gadget-based puzzles not only provide a primer on the basics of computer hardware and the Internet, but they also serve as a wonderful jumping-off point for discussions on all kinds of important topics, from online privacy and copyright laws to cyber crime and cyberbullying. Plus, the five difficulty (or "clearance") levels will keep players engaged for quite some time. This well-produced game should appeal to spy fans as well as kids who are just looking for a fun collection of puzzles.

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