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While FIGHT MY MONSTER may be a little daunting to understand for many kids -- especially on the younger side of the target age -- it may be worth the effort. The monster battle game is fun and really requires strategic thinking. Don't be surprised if your child asks for a paid membership, as membership is pushed hard. Important Note: The privacy and safety policies here are complex and change between ages. Parents of kids under 13 get their own account to monitor their players' interactions on the site and de-friend or block other users if they feel they are not interacting positively with their kids.
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Families can talk about why it's good that parents can monitor the chat activity of kids under 13 on this site, and when you would consider de-friending or blocking someone from talking to your child. Read Common Sense Media's Staying Safe in a Digital World for more tips.
If your child spends a lot of time here, discuss the different types of games. There are educational games, arcade games, and the battles, all of which have varying degrees of value or mind-numbingness.
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