Beware of Chatting Online Games!

A video game purchased or given to a child is considered age appropriate. T for a teenager means all is well. But be careful … most of the online games have the built-in ability to chat / text message freely and some use free voice chat services on the internet. So, what’s the problem? Do you remember the latest news from older men meeting kids in the US? Currently there is an online game that is so popular that the number of players exceeds the population of Hong Kong, Switzerland and many other countries.

For the most part, these games are relatively safe. Some have an “adult language” filter to block the most commonly used swear words. However, these filters are easy to maneuver by simply entering spaces, asterisks, or spelling. The game has a long playing time and accumulates hours and hours, days and days to earn achievements. What made him? This way everyone can meet, build trust, communicate, exchange email addresses and phone numbers or meet in person. The patient person will greet, do errands with a child in the game, and unite against the in-game criminals. Guess what? The child already has “friends”.

Some of these games have what are called “guilds”. This is a community at play, it looks like all the kids in the local school are part of that community compared to other schools on the streets. In this guild people joined and played with the same people over and over again. The guild even has their own free website (yes, this website is provided free of charge). On this website, guild members can talk about what’s going on inside and outside the game, and even post photos and names for the whole world.

Most guilds need a faster form of communication to work together for the group’s success. The introduction was too slow. Using a $ 20 local store-bought headset microphone, a union member posts connection information and within minutes a child is talking online to … a stranger!สูตรบาคาร่า