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By Susan Yudt, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 11+

Addictive game arcade with safe social feature.

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age 13+

Based on 26 parent reviews

age 17+

There new CEO needs to be held responsible for letting them cheat

Many clip rips people off that's all they do is rip people off why nobody's taking care of you yeah I don't know why even Google is letting them have it on the play store beats me I think Google should be held responsible for that part and I think Mini clip needs to be held responsible for everybody to rip them rip and off and that new CEO they got I think he needs to be held responsible too anytime they want your coins they break and run the table you lose so 3 games 4 games in a row that's what they're going to do and you never even get a shot and if you're gonna tell me that aint rigged B*******
age 4+

Truth about miniclip

Company does not exist in Switzerland because I'm living in same kanton, same city. They are located somewhere in India. Old good Miniclip does not exist.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
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Kids say (59 ):

MINICLIP.COM boasts more than 300 games -- from puzzles to shoot 'em ups to multiplayer challenges -- that will keep kids zoned for hours on end. Most of the games can be played within a browser, though some need to be downloaded. Visitors can register and create a "mini-me" avatar and profile, then challenge their friends to games or send them preselected messages. There's a lot of (juvenile) political humor on the site, like an Obama vs. Hillary streetfight game -- choose your candidate and taunt, kick, and slap your way to victory.

The focus on fighting and war gets a bit old, but there are plenty of creative games on the site -- like the awesome adventure game Cheese Dreams, in which you are a cheese moon running away from hungry space mice. Some of the super-simple games are the most addictive -- try tearing yourself away from Ping Pong, which involves nothing more than bouncing a ping-pong ball on a paddle over and over. The players section adds a fun, social element that kids have almost come to expect from websites these days.

Online interaction: Players can register for an account and challenge their friends.

Website Details

  • Genre: Gaming
  • Pricing structure: Free
  • Last updated: November 4, 2015

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