Free-To-Play Amazing World For Your Kids! *Giveaway*


We’re a family of gamers… Maybe not hardcore gamers like some, but we love playing games either on our gaming systems, phones, tablets or computers. Between the 4 of us, we have a ton of games, and different ones at that. My favorites are different from my husbands, and of course the girls, although they have fun non-educational games, do have a lot of educational ones as well.

“….
a report about a study sponsored by the MacArthur Foundation which found
that online gaming and social networking are beneficial to children, teaching them basic
technical skills and how to communicate in the Information Age. “
–Slashdot
http://games.slashdot.org/story/08/11/20/1755213/study-recommends-online-gaming-social-networking-for-kids

We’re not parents who discourage video game play, in fact we believe that it has a lot of benefits, provided you’re not overdoing it. Age appropriate games can help with a lot of different skills, creativity and problem solving, so we encourage our girls to play every so often.

“Parents, don’t put away those video games just yet — today’s gamer may be
tomorrow’s top surgeon” – USA TODAY
http://www.usatoday.com/news/topstories/2008-08-18-970688034_x.htm

The newest game I’ve introduced them to is called Amazing World. This new, free-to-play game lets your kids get creative while discovering new things, and allows them to make friends all in a monitored and controlled environment. Amazing World is for kids aged 6 and up.

In the game, kids pick themselves a Zing, which is an avatar that lives in the 3D Amazing World. Kids can customize and name their Zing to suit their creative side. Once created, their Zing will be able to chat with other players, play games, win prizes and you can also take care of your Zing as well as customize their homes. You can get your kids started by going to amazingworld.com.

One of the other cool things about Amazing World is that they also have super cute plush toys of your Zing that you can get. Owning a Zing toy allows your kids to hold on to their Zing as well as get exclusive prizes! Amazing World allows you to play for free, but if you’re looking for more adventures and fun that you can unlock you can also purchase a subscription (3 months is $7.95/mo, 6 months is $6.65/mo, 1 year is $5/mo).

Discover your Amazing World today with AmazingWorldGame!  Also don’t forget to find them on Facebook as well via their Facebook Page and follow them on Twitter @AmazingWorld.

Want to win a Zing for your kids? How about 2 of them? It’s easy, enter below via the Rafflecopter form, make sure to do the mandatory entry first as they are all checked. Once you’ve done that, you have a chance for extra entries by doing any or all of the next steps.

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August 14, 2012 – 10:48 AM - | Posted in Giveaways, Reviews | 38 Comments »

38 Comments to “Free-To-Play Amazing World For Your Kids! *Giveaway*”

  1. Tabitha Pyle Says:

    yes she plays them. I think the educational games are good teaching tools.

  2. HilLesha Says:

    I don’t mind letting my son play video games as long as he doesn’t do it excessively or let it interfere with school work. I started playing video games at 5 years old, and I believe they helped me with eye coordination and quick thinking skills.
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  3. Janet W. Says:

    I think allowing certain video games help with hand/eye coordination development. My grandson isn’t quite old enough, but my daughters were both very athletic growing up and very good at video games.

  4. Sleepyheadedmom Says:

    I let my son play video games but it’s limited and he spends his time playing outside and running around more than playing video games. Some are pretty good for educational purposes

  5. Darlene Ysaguirre Says:

    Yes in moderation.too much is not good i like them outside working out their little muscels =)

  6. Jenna Wood Says:

    Yes, games like Leap Frog can be educational.

  7. Tracie Brown Says:

    I don’t let my daughter play video games

  8. Niki Says:

    I have always preferred these kind of games instead of the aggressive and arrogant first person shooting games or fighting ones. These games are really adorable and keep the virgin soul of our kids undisturbed. I really would like to give this one a try, I feel totally assured by this small preview, it is really sweet! Thanks for sharing the opportunity, I really would like to have some luck for that!:)

  9. Tari Lawson Says:

    I allow my kids to play video games. They started out having educational value, like teaching words and have moved on to more entertainment value.

  10. kathy dunaway Says:

    Yes I allow my kids to play video games but we are strict on the ones they can play.

  11. Jennifer Clay Says:

    I do allow my girls to play video games but not all the time. It has to be an educational game.

  12. EMMA L HORTON Says:

    NO VIDEO GAMES AS OF THIS DATE

  13. Maryann Skaritka Says:

    I like the educational games and I know it helps with hand/eye coordination and some have problem solving skills

  14. Sharon Says:

    My daughter is a tad too young to play video games, but my husband thinks she should start in the next few years. I can’t remember his exact reasoning, but he said some games could help her with math…..

  15. stony Says:

    Mine is too young to play but I won’t be purchasing a game system ever

  16. Marj M. Says:

    I would let my kids play atari, it benefited their eye-hand coordination and increased their thinking skills.
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  17. vicki wurgler Says:

    very limited time we have some educational ones with numbers and words

  18. elven johnson Says:

    I don’t care just as long as the game is for there age group & the kids don’t play all day.

  19. Kim H Says:

    My kids play Kinect games, but that’s it.
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  20. Jessica Rose Says:

    If I had kids, I’d let them play Video games. I think it’d be important for problem solving skills

  21. Sylvia Ortiz Says:

    I only let my kids play video games after their homework was done, and only for a couple of hours. Playing video games teaches them skills and challenges their minds.

  22. Tamar Says:

    We do a little bit of video games, but only games that are appropriate for my children.

  23. Kendra Warstler Says:

    I just recently got my child her first gaming system @ 7. We are a homeschooling family and were very strict on what types of games she is allowed to play. She mainly has educational games and games about caring/sharing.

  24. Regina Says:

    Video games are okay in moderation

  25. Valerie Taylor Mabrey Says:

    yes they play the wii makes them get off the couch
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  26. Jeni Lutz Says:

    Yes the play the kinect anf it helps them get up and move around

  27. kelly urban Says:

    I let them play. As long as it is age appropriate and limited and not all day I have no problem with it.

  28. Aubrey Says:

    yes i do, when they play they leave me alone

  29. Miz Vickik Says:

    Within limits– just so it isn’t the only activity or take up too much of the day.

  30. holly Says:

    she doesn’t yet, some games are beneficial because they either teach them things or encourage them to be active

  31. Kimberley Meier Says:

    My kids do play video games. The main benefit for me is it keeps them busy especially when we aren’t at home. When my son plays we barely hear a peep out of him he’s so quiet! I don’t let them play everyday and we use it as a reward for things as well.
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  32. Jodi Kershuk Says:

    He doesn’t play them yet. I think some games may be beneficial. Anything is good in moderation.

  33. Harold D Says:

    I let them play video games on car trips, it helps them pass the time. I will also let them play at home as long as they don’t play for too long. It’s a good time waster for them and entertaining.

  34. Marianna Says:

    Hand eye coordination ?

  35. Karen Gonyea Says:

    My son earns 1/2 hour for every hour of what we call positive time….either outside, enjoying fresh air, getting exercise or reading or studying….it’s a great way to relax at night’s end :)

  36. susan smoaks Says:

    yes we play video games, they are fun, but we limit the time

  37. Sarah Yurga Says:

    my oldest plays video games – they help her hand-eye coordination

  38. amelia green Says:

    I let my kids play with our WII because they have to get up and move around. But only for a few hours a week.

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