Parent reviews for Dizzywood

Common Sense says

Safe, fun virtual world promotes positive social values.
Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 12+
Based on 3 reviews

Kids say

age 10+
Based on 36 reviews
Adult Written bybianca7788 May 16, 2011

dont join

it is now secret builders and you can say anything you want, do not join.

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Violence & scariness
Sexy stuff
Language
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Parent of a 5-year-old Written bymadf2 June 23, 2010

is a sexual problem

a person told my kid that he was going to put his willy in her mary.

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Sexy stuff
Parent of a 9-year-old Written byTora Gwen May 10, 2010

Good for ages 8-13, but can get a bit boring

Ok, I'm just going to be bluntly honest here: My daughter used to love this site. Addison's nine, and she joined Dizzywood about a year ago. It seems to be a pretty positive site, true, but it doesn't have a chat filter. A lot of... Inappropriate behavior is demonstrated on this site, and now they've got all this Silver and Gold membership junk. Addy and I remember Dizzywood before this, and we loved it, but now that they've got restrictions on what you can and cannot do without a membership, it's just plain irritating. Overall, it's ok, but with it comes a price. Literally.
However, the games are a lot of fun (not very educational, but fun) and there are a lot of interactive quests and such. Addison absolutely loves these, but she wishes there were more actual competitions and stuff like that. (She's rather competitive; She especially wishes they had writing competitions.) Dressing up and personalizing the online avatar is fun, too, and I think this may be her favorite part of the site.
Overall, it's a cute site but it's not my favorite.

This title contains:

Sexy stuff
Language
Consumerism
Positive Messages