A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this website.
Products & Purchases
There are ads for videogames, movies, and TV Shows on the Kids WB network. There's also a shopping area.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that there are ads all over: one short ad and one tall one on the side of the Web page plus a banner ad at the top. All are clearly marked "Advertisement" and point you to the Warner Bros. shop and purchases such as video games and faster modems. Mac users beware -- the games run very very slowly. PC users don't have this problem.
Is It Any Good?
In general the games are clever and fun, but before you can play the games you'll have to watch a brief ad about an upcoming Warner Brothers movie, a CD, or Vanilla Mint Listerine, among others. Because of all those doggone ads, sometimes you'll be asking yourself, "Scooby-Doo, where are you?"
Also, watch out if you're using a Macintosh computer: The games run slowly and the controls react even slower. It's not impossible to play using a Mac, but PC users running Internet Explorer get an entirely different gameplay experience.
Online interaction: Kids can post comments in a moderated bulletin board and send postcards to their friends.
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