China Lists Acceptable Games For Minors
7:56 AM | Anthony Wang | 3 comments
In the aftermath of China's decision to ban PvP games to minors, People's Daily Online, is reporting that the Chinese Ministry of Culture (MOC) has selected 15 games that minors can play. Of the 15 games, 11 were developed by the MOC, and the other 4 are foreign products. They range from Role-Playing games (RPG) to chess games.
The games include 11 domestic products like "Kriegspiel," "I-go," "Chinese Chess," "Gobang," "Magical Land" and "Digital Fairy," as well as four foreign products like "Poptang" and "Green Village." Most of the games are role playing games (RPG), recreation games and chess games.To read the full article, follow the link below.
People's Daily Online: Article
According to the latest statistics released by the China National Internet Information Center, China registered a netizen population of 103 million, 71.1 percent of whom are teenagers.
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