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MMORPG.com : General : Adventure Academy - A Learning Focused MMO - TheHiveLeader

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edited May 2019 in Videos Discussion

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  • SovrathSovrath Member LegendaryPosts: 28,645
    Awwwwwwwwww!
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  • ScorchienScorchien Member LegendaryPosts: 7,376
    signing my 8 year old son up for this .. looks great
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  • WizardryWizardry Member LegendaryPosts: 17,879
    edited May 2019
    Parents buy their kids cell phones when they are 8 years old,they don't care much about their childs safety.
    Aimed at kids,yes i know so many kids just love a SCHOOL setting ,..lol not a chance in hell.Now of course if you the parent FORCE your child to LOOK HERE...PLAY THIS,then yes they will pretty much enjoy anything.
    IMO this is not a good game setting for children and the delivery is very ho hum boring of the typical marker over npc head,run around boring quests.
    I would not recommend this at all for kids.Kids love shooter games,this is based on seeing first hand and by NOT forcing them to play anything,let them choose for themselves.They also love pets,anything with pets.

    IMO this developer is aiming more at the parent,look here,this is good for your child and naturally most parents all googly eyed over anything for the kids,so VERY easily coered into anything titled as a KIDS game.
    Other than npc's that look like kids running around,this game is VERY far from child focused,kids liek to HAVE FUN,go figure this developer doesn't GET IT.
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  • bobbymcswansonbobbymcswanson Member UncommonPosts: 178

    Wizardry said:

    Parents buy their kids cell phones when they are 8 years old,they don't care much about their childs safety.

    Aimed at kids,yes i know so many kids just love a SCHOOL setting ,..lol not a chance in hell.Now of course if you the parent FORCE your child to LOOK HERE...PLAY THIS,then yes they will pretty much enjoy anything.

    IMO this is not a good game setting for children and the delivery is very ho hum boring of the typical marker over npc head,run around boring quests.

    I would not recommend this at all for kids.Kids love shooter games,this is based on seeing first hand and by NOT forcing them to play anything,let them choose for themselves.They also love pets,anything with pets.


    IMO this developer is aiming more at the parent,look here,this is good for your child and naturally most parents all googly eyed over anything for the kids,so VERY easily coered into anything titled as a KIDS game.

    Other than npc's that look like kids running around,this game is VERY far from child focused,kids liek to HAVE FUN,go figure this developer doesn't GET IT.



    Holy shit....I actually agree with you....haha....super adorable video Hive but the game just looks awful.... I learned plenty (reading, vocabulary, a little math) playing final fantasy 1-3 as a kid....and it was actually fun....this is probably fun to kids who don't get to play real games....
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  • Morfo2Morfo2 Member UncommonPosts: 56




    Holy shit....I actually agree with you....haha....super adorable video Hive but the game just looks awful.... I learned plenty (reading, vocabulary, a little math) playing final fantasy 1-3 as a kid....and it was actually fun....this is probably fun to kids who don't get to play real games....


    I agree with you, I've been raised with Final Fantasy on PS1/2 and Sonic games on DreamCast, they were much more fun to play and they teach me good english since I'm not a native speaker.
    bobbymcswanson
  • ArteriusArterius Member EpicPosts: 2,841

    Wizardry said:

    Parents buy their kids cell phones when they are 8 years old,they don't care much about their childs safety.

    Aimed at kids,yes i know so many kids just love a SCHOOL setting ,..lol not a chance in hell.Now of course if you the parent FORCE your child to LOOK HERE...PLAY THIS,then yes they will pretty much enjoy anything.

    IMO this is not a good game setting for children and the delivery is very ho hum boring of the typical marker over npc head,run around boring quests.

    I would not recommend this at all for kids.Kids love shooter games,this is based on seeing first hand and by NOT forcing them to play anything,let them choose for themselves.They also love pets,anything with pets.


    IMO this developer is aiming more at the parent,look here,this is good for your child and naturally most parents all googly eyed over anything for the kids,so VERY easily coered into anything titled as a KIDS game.

    Other than npc's that look like kids running around,this game is VERY far from child focused,kids liek to HAVE FUN,go figure this developer doesn't GET IT.



    Something I actually agree with you on... Holy moly.
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  • YanocchiYanocchi Member UncommonPosts: 670
    Thanks for sharing. The world needs more high-quality educational MMOS.

    One of my favorite educational games at the moment is CodeCombat.

    https://codecombat.com/

    Kids can learn programming there and it tries to look like a real game.
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  • AmatheAmathe Member LegendaryPosts: 7,399
    Good job TheHiveLeader.
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  • OGDeathRowOGDeathRow Member UncommonPosts: 129
    Wizardry said:
    Parents buy their kids cell phones when they are 8 years old,they don't care much about their childs safety.
    Aimed at kids,yes i know so many kids just love a SCHOOL setting ,..lol not a chance in hell.Now of course if you the parent FORCE your child to LOOK HERE...PLAY THIS,then yes they will pretty much enjoy anything.
    IMO this is not a good game setting for children and the delivery is very ho hum boring of the typical marker over npc head,run around boring quests.
    I would not recommend this at all for kids.Kids love shooter games,this is based on seeing first hand and by NOT forcing them to play anything,let them choose for themselves.They also love pets,anything with pets.

    IMO this developer is aiming more at the parent,look here,this is good for your child and naturally most parents all googly eyed over anything for the kids,so VERY easily coered into anything titled as a KIDS game.
    Other than npc's that look like kids running around,this game is VERY far from child focused,kids like to HAVE FUN,go figure this developer doesn't GET IT.
    Not everything has to be glitz and glamour.  This is a game for knowledge. Aimed towards showing kids that there is some pretty cool info out there about animals or places that they may not come to know/see in there lives. 

    As a parent of children that game, this is something i would like my kids to throw a half hour a day or so at it. A plus i see to games like this as well learning with your kids in a fun setting. You may not think its fun being in a school setting, but have you seen roblox? My kids played roblox and one of there most common game played was roblox high (Not sure on name but it was a school setting). Not claiming to be a super parent but i loved learning with my kids. See how they get excited over cool facts, those cute kid jaw dropping moments when there like "whhhhaaaat!"  Tho my girls are 13/12 now, this wont be for them. If this game was released a few years I woulda been excited. 

    I find the generations lacking the more we go towards the future, everything as old mmo players say is handed to them. Having knowledge is becoming a thing of the past. Seeking knowledge IS a thing of the past. I applaud any game that tries to change that. Were in a pure entertainment world now, whats the next attention grabber? These guys wanna make that knowledge.

    Also of course its aimed at parents, i wouldnt give my 6 year old (dont have one that young anymore) free range on the internet. So ya they aim it towards parents because they SHOULD be the first one of the pair to see the game.


    And Mr.Hiveleader, that was adorable working with your kids, i hope you bring them back in future vids, love seeing parents work with there kids : )    
  • AwakenWarriorAwakenWarrior Member UncommonPosts: 49
    edited May 2019
    It's the interesting game and I'm glad to see the MMO which has knowledges for kids.
  • TheocritusTheocritus Member EpicPosts: 7,688
    Scorchien said:
    signing my 8 year old son up for this .. looks great
    You mean using your sons name and age so you can sign up!
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