This game is rated PEGI 12
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Posted: 2 years ago, last updated 13 days ago.
The demeanour of the child as they cope with the situation requires the player to make good decisions in terms of emotional care and more practical help in matters of food, hygiene and money.
Rated for younger players in Australia.
10+ year-olds usually have the required skill to enjoy this game. Still, it's important for parents and guardians to consider the maturity required to process the game content. The mechanics of the game are simple, but understand the implications both for your game and the characters needs some empathy and maturity.
With the focus more on the story and setting, there's less of an emphasis on gameplay or skill, meaning you don't need quick reactions or reflexes, focusing instead on the big decisions in the story. decisions in the story.
Lots of the game's message, information and story is conveyed through text, which is generally fairly large and contrasts well with the background (black text on yellow background). for dialogue, which is not voiced, it appears in speech bubbles of the same style.
Throughout the game, it is indicated where you need to click using a glowing white outline around specific objects that is clear and easily identifiable. Most of the game is also quite bright and each element contrasts well compared to others around it.
On mobile, you tap and drag to write letters, draw pictures and check newspapers, but on console, this is a timed mini-game instead. There is a patch planned to make this a drag mechanic on the console too.
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