This game is one of the most unique fps games I've seen in a long time! It seems like a normal first-person shooter at first, but there's one game-mechanic that changes everything, and that is that time only moves when you move. This means that as long as you're standing still, everything will (almost) freeze, which makes for some super fun levels! In terms of violence, the objective of each level is to kill all the enemies with either a gun, sword or sometimes even a bat, but if you actually look at the graphics, you'll see that it really isn't as bad as it sounds. Each enemy takes the shape of a human, but has almost no distinct features and is completely red. Also, when you kill an enemy, they don't simply fall to the ground like in most games, they actually shatter, giving the idea that they are made of clay, or glass. To top it all off, you actually play as a person playing a video game, so it isn't even supposed to take place in real life. With all of that considered, I think Superhot is an amazing game, perfect for ages 10 and up.