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Parents' Guide to

The Troop: Troop Grid

By Jacqueline Rupp, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

TV show's site lets viewers in on behind-the-scenes action.

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For tween fans of the supernatural this site should be the perfect partner to the Nick series THE TROOP, which premiered in the fall of 2009. With lots of video content and back-stories relating to the show, dedicated viewers will get the extras they are looking for, while visitors new to the show should have an entertaining time even if they've never watched an episode. With video content and first-person point of view gamers, visitors can feel like they are a real part of the monster-hunting action (right down to the "eye scan identifier" that pops up when a game is loading). Not too scary, but creepy enough for most 10-year old boys, this site offers good, cleaning monster hunting fun.

Online interaction: Users can post comments on the characters' profile pages. These comments appear to be moderated, as there is no bad language or rude behavior to be found here.

Website Details

  • Genre: Fan Sites
  • Pricing structure: Free
  • Last updated: November 5, 2015

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