Rather than trying to cover every social network out there, we’re focusing on the ones kids use the most.How we developed this guide
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Minecraft: Pocket EditionMinecraft is a game that lets you build and create a virtual world using building blocks.
TwitchTwitch is a live video game website. You can watch playbacks of games being played by other people, live stream your own games and chat to other gamers.
Call of Duty: Black Ops ZombiesCall of Duty: Black Ops Zombies is a game where players fight against zombies alone or in teams.
Clash of ClansClash of Clans is a game where players build armies to battle against other players or team of players.
SteamSteam is an entertainment platform which lets you play games, create your own in-game content, broadcast live videos and chat to other members of the community.
RobloxRoblox is a user-generated gaming platform where you can create your own games or play games that other users have made. You can also chat to other players.
FIFA Mobile FootballFIFA Mobile Football is a gaming app where you can build and manage your own football team.
MovieStarPlanetMovieStarPlanet is an online game. You can create a famous movie star character to talk to others in the chat room, play games and watch videos.
Pokémon GOPokémon GO allows you to find Pokémon characters and catch them to add to your collection. The map is based on where you are standing (in real life).
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About this guide
We worked with 674 parents and carers, and 1,696 young people to review the sites, apps and games that children use.
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