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General Online Gaming Tips For Both Parents

Posted on September 29, 2018 in Uncategorized

Certainly, online games cannot only be fun for your kids but also have numerous advantages. For instance, experts have found online adventure games to increase the imagination and creativity of children. Car racing ones are useful for teaching your children to solve everyday problems. Furthermore, they give your children an opportunity to connect and share with others. However, it is import for you and your kids to understand the dangers of online gaming and learn to be safe. Here are some of the tips for both parents and teens.

What parents should do

Clean your device: Before your children can begin to download or play online games, ensure that you have installed an anti-virus and firewall on the device they are going to use. Hackers use spyware, malware and viruses to hack into systems.

Examine the rating: Before they can start playing it, check for the rating to see if it is age appropriate for your kids. Virtually all games have rating summaries that offer insight on the type of content and details of the game.

Use strong and long passwords: Ensure that your children have long and strong passwords, which you know. A strong password should be at least eight characters long with a mix of letters, numbers, symbols, and upper letters.

Safeguard personal information: Make certain that the user name your children are using does not give away their location, gender, age or real name. If the game requires a profile picture, ask your children to use an avatar instead of their real pictures.

Limit playing time: Set a time limit for your kids to play. Some games and consoles have the ability to allow parents to set the time limit for their children to play and control whom they can play with or chat with on the game’s online chat. It is important to realize that prohibiting your children from playing online games will not work. Allow them to play with a time limit.

Keep the PC in a central location: Minimize your child’s chances of getting into online game dangers b monitoring their online activities. Most kids today have tablets and smartphones, which are all mobile devices. It can be tough to monitor their online activities especially when it comes to games. A good suggestion is to set a rule that they can only play online games on the PC, which you will keep in a central location such as in the living room.

The Best Gaming – Demon’s Forge

Posted on September 23, 2018 in Uncategorized

As we move forward, so do the video games. There’s a high risk that the old ones will be forgotten, that we could walk away from the elements of video games we once loved. Take a look at a game from your past that you once enjoyed, do you still enjoy it? Today, games are striving to be bigger, complete with sweeping narrative. At one point in gaming history, all you needed was a character with a tiny sword that sweeps back and forth. In the face of the huge gaming world, the older games have been forgotten by many.

Let’s take a look at Hunted: The Demon’s Forge, this takes gamers back to the days of slicing and dicing enemies and walking through dark, spooky dungeons filled with unknown digital creatures. It has more in common with Hero Quest than it does Oblivion. Of course, there is a great storyline that goes along with it and the main part nests in putting co-op in the heart of gameplay (thank you for making it Co-op!). Hunted: The Demon’s Forge is all about killing things in dark places.

This game consists of using a variety of buttons – it is not a one button hack fest. This game has invented a third-person/action adventure hybrid, in my opinion. Yes, this may seem strange, but it is pretty cool! Grab your melee weapon with a push of the button and the camera will zoom out to give you a better view of your character. Push the trigger button to whip out the bow and you the camera will give you an over-the-shoulder view.

You have two characters – Caddoc and E’lara. Both of them are able to use close combat weapons, but Caddoc is stronger in melee and is able to use bigger axes and swords that have a lot of power. Don’t worry, E’lara hasn’t been cut short by any means, she specializes in super fast-firing longbows, which by the way, Caddoc is not able to use.

You can unlock your characters special abilities as the game progresses by spending crystal currency, which you pick up throughout the game. For example, Caddoc is able to lift up enemies in the air, which makes it easy for E’lara to aim and shoot. E’lara can use frosted and explosive arrows, which is great crowd control.

Sure, you can play the game solo, but when you do, your companion will not do what you want them to do and there is no command system. I believe the game is much better when it comes to co-op play, which is available via split-screen and online.

The storyline isn’t the best out there, but it is still good. The tale shows us an alliance of creatures forming a group for reasons we do not know, until the end. They are taking tons of slaves to the ancient ruin – Caddoc and E’lara do not know why. These two have been hired to save the mayor’s daughter, who was taken. Caddoc an E’lara are pretty interesting – Caddoc is afraid of creepy spiders, while E’lara is impulsive and constantly competing for the most kills by going in head first.

If you did not know much about Hunted: The Demon’s Forge, you would think it was an outdated RPG. However, once you start to play it, you quickly realize it is a great hack and also so called Xbox Slash game which has been layered with slight RPG elements, adventure puzzled and third-person shooter.

Fun Online Games – Having a Blast!

Posted on September 17, 2018 in Uncategorized

Fun, fun, fun! Everyone loves a fun online game, and it’s even better when it is free. I’m going to categorize the different genres of games, and then list from best to worst.

MMORPGs (Massive Multiplayer Online Role-playing Game):
This category I have a lot of experience in. There is a lot of controversy in this subject area too, mainly because kids play it the most and always claim that all of them suck except for the one they play.

The Most Fun Free MMORPG:

5) Silkroad:
Silkroad is a player vs player (PVP) game, which means you attack other real people in the game. Based in Korea, it has anime-type 3D graphics and looks pretty impressive.

4) Maplestory:
Another Korean game, this one is 2D and offers players around the world to interact with each other whilst battling monsters in a team. Players can join guilds to interact even more.

3) Runescape:
This is arguably the most popular MMO, it has a vast amount of quests you can do with other real players, and PVP combined. Players can gain respect by leveling and gaining gold coins to customize their character.

2) Flyff:
Flyff is another eastern made game, where you can play with other people in real time to level up, make hover boards and fly around, and kill other players if you so wish.

1) Puzzle Pirates:
Puzzle Pirates is a fun puzzle game where you and other players complete puzzles in real time to pillage money from opposing ships. You can level up and gain rank and respect.

Most Fun Pay to Play MMORPGs:

5) Lord of the Rings Online:
This is based on the book and film Lord Of the Rings, you are an avatar similar to the real characters, and interact with other people in real time. There are skills and levels you can acquire, and you can fight in a player vs. player environment once you’ve reached a certain level.

4) Warhammer Online:
This is a MMORPG based on a never-ending war between two sides. In real time PVP you can fight other real people to defend your keep. Good graphics, and a good community in the game.

3) Eve Online:
This science fiction MMO is very unique, you are a pilot of a customizable spacecraft interacting and attacking enemy space ships. There are over 9000 star systems to interact with, and many professions to get involved in for in-game money. Such as mining, trading, and combat.

2) Guildwars:
This, in my opinion, is the most fun MMO for PVP you can get. As well as having PVE (player vs. environment) the Player vs. Player is really spectacular, as well as very competitive.

1) World of Warcraft:
No matter how hard you try, you can’t deny that World of Warcraft is the best MMORPG in the world. You can do pretty much everything on this game, it is continuously expanding and the game following is something to behold.

Most Fun Flash Games:

5) Alien Hominid:
A must play for all flash gamers, this legendary game is a hack and slash, play as an alien crash landing on earth and fight away the FBI with your yellow ball gun and knife.

4) Pandemic II:
This is a game where you have to try and spread disease and illness as fast as possible through the world to kill everyone. Make decisions on how to do it the fastest, but watch out for that sneaky Madagascar! A very fun game.

3) The Last Stand 2:
Hold off the zombies on your last stand! Barricade the building and kill zombies at every means possible, gory and well made.

2) Fancy Pants Adventure: World 2:
This is a fun little sidescroller game (like Mario), where you play as a stick figure with baggy jeans running around grabbing coins, and making it to the next door. It’s very fun to play and aesthetically beautiful.

1) Portal the Flash version:
This is a flash version of the popular game ‘Portal’; it is a unique puzzle game where you fire a portal gun at one location, and a different color at another location. When you walk into one portal you come out of the other one – extremely fun and addictive.

Hopefully this has shown you the light in gaming online!