Great game. Helps people around the world with a mirrored gaming aspect.
Elf Island is a great game that challenges kids to do Good. Kids accomplish this by going on different GoodQuests. Once the goal of a GoodQuest is reached, people know they have done something to help someone in the real world. The most recent GoodQuest was about Nutrition. Kids were challenged to feed 360,000 virtual gnomes. If kids fed 360,000 gnomes, 100 real families would be fed fruits and vegetables in the real world. These GoodQuests are supported by real organizations like Habitat for Humanity and Plant-It 2020. Besides GoodQuests, there are also mini-games kids can play on the island for coins. These coins can help kids in buying items in the in-game marketplace.
Elf Island has a dictionary in the game so members cannot use the chat system to post phone numbers, addresses, inappropriate language, etc.. Moderators are also available if people have any questions or if there is a problem. Moderators can be accessed by clicking on the 'M' button in-game. All of the chat is logged. This is why I love Elf Island because parents can know their kids are protected. There are also HOSTs in the game. HOSTs are moderators/staff members who run fun games for everyone in the game to play. HOSTs give out exclusive prizes that cannot be obtained anywhere else on the island.
There is a membership fee to play the GoodQuests. However, if you are a new member to the game and haven't played a GoodQuest yet, you can try one of the GoodQuests for free. This can help determine if you want to pay for a membership. Membership prices are $5.95 for 1 month, $29.95 for 6 months, or $57.95 for 1 year (12 months). The membership cost helps contribute money to the non-profit organizations so the membership is worth it!
There is also a great Elf Island message board out there called the Elf Island Fansite. This message board is for people who play Elf Island to join and talk about what is going on in the game. The Elf Island Fansite also has a wiki with information on items in game, host prizes, and info on GoodQuests. You can find more information on this fansite at www.elfislandfansite.com.
Overall, Elf Island is a great game for youngsters to play. The link to play Elf Island is www.elfisland.com. I highly recommend this game as the game helps people in the world live better lives. It is also a fun game to play.
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