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(out of 3 reviews)
AGE
11
QUALITY
 
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Adult Written byJulia from Sweden May 20, 2012
AGE
10
QUALITY
 
LEARNING

nice

No purchases can be made inside the wizarding world, but a "neighbour" site sells virtual books for e-book readers. The art is excellent and non of the characters' faces are shown, so as not to spoil anything. Potions is wayyyyy too hard, but that's the way it is for Harry, too. I can live with that since everything is seen from Harry's perspective, you are supposed to use pottermore along with the books. I miss PM's and interpersonal communication. You are supposed to collect items, but this looks a lot like stealing to me sometimes. But kids know it's wrong to take what isn't yours.
What other families should know
Great messages
Too much consumerism
Parent Written byKid at Heart June 14, 2012
AGE
9
QUALITY
 
LEARNING

Good on-line game for Harry Potter lovers...

This is a fun, free, extension of the Harry Potter world. It appears to be very safe, with fully protected identities of users and restrictions about comments that can be made. The consumerism is really just about J K Rowlings and Harry Potter. There have not been any ads within the game.
What other families should know
Too much violence
Too much consumerism
Safety and privacy concerns