Star Stable

Game review by Sarah Van Boerum, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 8+

Girls can ride, care for horses; game missing many features.

Mac, Windows 2012

Parents say

age 9+

Based on 199 reviews

Kids say

age 9+

Based on 480 reviews

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age 8+

AHHHHH WITCHCRAFT

Now to be honest the title is just a joke, but seriously the amount of people who think that a lighthearted game is trying to turn your child into a "devil worshipper" is just completely ridiculous. This game is all about learning to ride a horse and fight evil, no, there are no "satanic undertones". I promise you completely, your child isn't going to be summoning demons using star stable. If your child IS summoning demons using star stable, then you need to wake up, because you are very clearly dreaming.
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age 10+

They just want money!!!

PAY ATTENTION TO THE WHOLE THING AND SHARE IT WITH EVERYBODY SO STAR STABLE KNOWS!! Star stable was perfect, with a good storyline and great things, but now this game is horrible, this cares more about the shareholders than the customers. They just get horses out so you buy star coins and they can do more money. They say there is no quest team, we have had so many different storylines... now star stable has got so many things that just involve having to pay!! We got 1 big storyline that people like, and that was when they started. Star stable doesn't know their own characters...in one of their videos star stable, when they were updating Lisa, they asked themself's WHO IS LISA??? It's your own game, you should know!!! People start to say that star stable looks like Fortnite, and it's true, the NPC's look like Fortnite skins, and when they updated the soul riders, and all the characters, they didn't stick to what they were in the storyline. One of the characters was a rich 16-year-old girl, and know she looks like a 30-year-old motorcyclist. There are several bugs and star stable bans you if you report them. There are people saying that they bought star coins and they payed but no starcoins were added to the account. There are people that lost their horses and things like that. Star stable is telling us to be patient with the quest, but we have been patient for the past 10 years. They don't even care for us, just for the money, that is why they just add horses and not quests. TO STOP THAT STOP BUYING STARCOINS AND EVERYTHING WILL BE NORMAL AGAIN!!! I think this game will be shutting down in a few years...

This title has:

Too much consumerism
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