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Everybody Plays launches “The Game Finder”

Web app helps parents find the right games for their children

Everybody Plays, the UK’s largest family games site, today announced the launch of The Game Finder, a new, exclusive tool that makes finding the right games for children that much easier.

Letting parents enter the age of their child, their console of choice, and a level of questionable content they’d be happy with, The Game Finder uses an algorithm to filter Everybody Plays’ extensive database to select the best games for a child of that age. Putting power back in to parent’s hands, families can be sure of finding games that not only their child will be able to do, but that are examples of the very best games around. Taking the stress out of Christmas shopping, The Game Finder will be an invaluable tool for parents nationwide.

As the site’s Deputy Editor, Sarah Hadley explained “We know first hand how tough it can be buying games for children. The information on the box is never enough to let you judge whether your child will actually be able to play. Whether it’s having complex controls, or just too much reading, we’ve heard many a story of disappointed children on Christmas morning, because they simply can’t play their brand new game. The parents among our audience have been crying out for a better way to find the right games for their kids, and The Game Finder will make things so much easier”

If you’d like to know more, both the site Editor Ian and the Deputy Editor Sarah would be more than happy to have a chat, and share their somewhat spotted history of buying games for kids in the past. In the mean time, why not give the game finder a try for yourself here – www.everybodyplays.co.uk/game-finder/



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