There is a certain amount of parental apprehension when it comes to games. Add in the fact this is an MMO, then multiply the fact it is a browser-based game, and that is enough to send some parents screaming to the hills in fear. Browser-based games are games that are played solely through your Internet browser; this can mean that your kids are able to leave the game and surf instead of being in a game that makes use of the connection, but does not allow Internet access. Well, parents should always watch their kids online, but thanks to developer Crisp's NetModerator system, you can rest a lot easier that nefarious actions are closely monitored and prevented. Anytime you have an online game or MMO, there is absolutely no way a few human game monitors can catch everything that happens. There is just too much going on. With Crisp's technology, they can monitor everything and action times faster than through conventional systems.
We can go to the homepage to play in the BETA. I am ready to get my hands on the game and put it through its paces. In a MMO world dominated by mature games, it is great to see something more appropriate brought down for younger kids. There are many MMO's for kids, but not that will be as well monitored and have the familiar characters that we all know. I look forward to this being a success for parents and kids.