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By Erin Brereton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Site offers more fluff than feminism.

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Though it claims to boost girl power, this site's content doesn't fully live up to its creed. MyGames4Girls tries to provide a positive location on the Web. It comes with a blog to motivate readers, fictional female mascots to identify with and follow, and kid-friendly entertainment. It also has a ton of games covering a wide variety of topics, but most of these are taken from other sites. As a result, they can be somewhat inconsistent; some don't have clear instructions, while others don't have any or have instructions in another language.

The amount of ads kids need to see before accessing games gets annoying fairly quickly, but the site's biggest problem is its content. MyGames4Girls tries to present a definite girl-power theme; its "About Us-esque" description says its blog posts (and other items) seek to "empower young girls and encourage them to aim high and dream big." That's why the inclusion of a number of kissing games, though fairly benign, seems like a very odd inclusion. A game that involves flirting and pausing to please your boyfriend (listed in the site's job games category) is another misstep. MyGames4Girls doesn't seem to contain much adult content, which is a plus, but if you're looking for an empowering website for your daughter, the Internet has many other options that will drive the point home much better.

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