Video games are not only fun and entertaining. They can be educational, and encourage children’s creativity and imagination. They’re also a social experience families can enjoy together.
There is a huge choice of video games for your child to play. This variety means you can find lots of safe and interesting games to play. But it is also important to know that the games are right for your child.
Games have age restrictions and include symbols to show what they include. These are helpful when deciding if a game is suitable for your child. You can also use age restrictions to set limits on what is available for your child to play.
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