The first time I played SuperSecret at about the age of between six and eight, it was an average ordinary 2D virtual world for children who imagine how it feels to grow up, and I was just fine with that... Until my character, who was at the age of twelve and about to turn thirteen, the game told me that if I want to proceed my character to the age of thirteen, I would have to pay since the game needed money just like us in the REAL world. This absolutely made me beg my parents to pay so I could let my character age farther, but of course they said, "No." I did still love playing it, but stopped playing it later since the game play becomes bland. After a few years in the real world for me, I wondered how SuperSecret has passed down after all that time. When I saw it, SuperSecret had completely changed. It was with odd looking characters, so I decided to give it a try. I got a new user with the original name I always use and chose a decent looking character. However, after trying it with the tutorial and experimenting the game's new surroundings, I found even more bland game play with hardly any players, so I decided I would rather play different games than this since it felt OVER-updated. Overall, this game to me has brought me to consider that it is okay for children at a young age under eight and up.