missrithenay wrote:I just don't want them exploring the site while we're making our own, stumbling across something inappropriate, and the next thing I know I'm not allowed to use Text Adventures anymore :/
Hello my boy started to play some adventure games i had and i cant find any more suitable ones for him.
Last one i found is http://store.steampowered.com/app/495350
Woodle Tree 2: Worlds
Just because he did play the first one and he did really enjoy it.
Is there a list of suitable adventure games like the classic old adventure games ..which can't even be found on steam now...
IFDB has some good lists users have put together. This might be a good place to start?
Keep in mind the IFDB lists can be added to by anyone. I see some good places to start on those lists of XanMag's, but they should't be automatically assumed to be appropriate or G rated.
Bronze in particular, it may be based on a fairy tale but I absolutely wouldn't consider it a game for small children.
It would be great to categorize by age appropriate. E.g., something along the lines of "E" for everyone, "E10+" for everyone 10 and up; "T" for teen, "M" for mature, etc., assuming those categories are not copyrighted. While people may have differing standards a benchmark of sort would help.
I happen to be working on a truly good-for-most-ages adventure without dark themes, illicit references or excessive violence, one parents could play with their children, or either age by themselves. Due for release hopefully soon! Mine does have a modest amount of action / violence (kill a threatening enemy in a not terribly gory way) so if there WERE such a posting system I'd probably rate 10+. My middle-school age niece happily agreed to be a tester!