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Hi.


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comment What is the best way to represent the difficulty level in a children's game?
@DA01 Perhaps you should read the entire answer...
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comment What is the best way to represent the difficulty level in a children's game?
FWIW, I think this is the best answer... I think children are smarter than most people in this thread give them credit for. Heck, I was playing Doom when I was quite young and managed to choose the easiest settings, and they were all just in the same red text. If children are old enough to be manipulating computers and running programs, they can most likely understand the latter picture (If they aren't, then someone is helping them and can show them which difficulty to select anyway...)
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comment What is the best way to represent the difficulty level in a children's game?
Gonna have to agree that an age range would be helpful.