Parents' Guide to


By Susan Yudt, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Engaging virtual world for teens and adults.

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age 14+

Based on 54 parent reviews

age 13+


i think is a cool game just fun for teenagers!

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age 14+


YES! This game does contain some adult content and yes there is some sketchy people on this game but let’s not forgot that it’s OUR kids that play these games. Instead of getting mad over a dumb game, how about you control your kid more. Teach them to be smarter online because if you haven’t noticed, there’s no way to get around the internet unless you suddenly decide to turn Amish. There is sketch and adult content on the internet, are you going to stop your kid from using the Internet? Or are you going to teach them the wrong and rights. Take responsibility parents and stop blaming a game for pointless reasons. This game actually inspires kids to be more creative, it teaches them how to business, what’s it like running a business, how to handle people, and to just have fun and be creative. I use to play when I was 14 and I have enjoyed it a lot. It didn’t ruin my childhood because my parents taught me to be safe on the internet. Again, parents stop being victims and teach your kids to be smarter and stop hating on a game that actually has many benefits.

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Kids say (86):

Even in its early stages, is extremely sophisticated and rich in detail, yet user friendly. The beginner missions serve as a handy interactive orientation, teaching players how to zoom, rotate, sit down, use objects, and so on. Helpful tips from moderators and forum users make challenging tasks fun rather than frustrating. Best of all, more advanced users can create their own missions for other players to take on, making this virtual world a truly creative, collaborative endeavor.

Website Details

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

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