These days, children are always on phone playing video games, chatting or watching film. Kids tend to play video games for fun and entertainment but what happens when it gets out of hands? When all they do each day is to play video games mostly multiplayer games both online and offline.
Today we are going to be talking about some of the video games children play these days mostly boys. How the game teach violence and how it makes children want to steal to have data to play the games.
1. Call Of Duty Mobile (CODM)
Call of duty Mobile is and online multiplayer games where you play with different people around the world. It's a gun battle game. It was launched in 1st of October 2019.
Children and youths spend most time on the game trying to improve their rank. The game is all about violence (opinion).
2. Players Unknown Battle Ground (PUBG)
PUBG is an online multiplayer battle Royale game almost the same as CODM. This is another additive game children play these days which also teach violence
3. Mini Militia
This is both an online and offline battle game. Children tends to play the offline own more with their friends each day forgetting their daily chores. It is very additive as children has to keep on playing it to improve the way they play.
Parents try to stop them from playing these games as it is very additive.
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