Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Play MakaziVille!

Looking for an appropriate computer game for your children (or for yourself)? The Duggars have partnered with OneVerse to create MakaziVille, a wholesome game that is both fun and educational. The game has been up and running for a short time, and the Duggar kids have all been playing.

“Children are often consumed in games with a narrow, materialistic worldview," explains Jim Bob Duggar. "This game presents a fun, safe way to learn about another culture, and most importantly, how the Gospel’s powerful message can bring hope to those in need."

Click here to dive into the world of MakaziVille today! MakaziVille is geared towards ages 5 and up and is free to play.
   

9 comments:

  1. Does makaziville cost money?

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  2. Love it! I let my son play, and he had a lot of fun! It's nice to see a game that is Christ-centered, and not worldly. Thanks for the post!

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  3. I pre-registered on the Duggar family's website and then was able to play a little bit over Christmas break. It is pretty cool!

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  4. Hi Anonymous! (at 3:08 PM)

    MakaziVille is completely free.

    Enjoy the game!
    Lily and Ellie

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  5. Both of my girls (ages 8 & 9) love this-thank you for letting us know about it.

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  6. Awesome site! I like the fact they use the King James Version of the Bible (That's what the Duggars use) (we do too.) !!!!

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  7. My little darlings play on this during the weekends, such an encouraging website! I am glad that there focus is on ministry. I love how they get to build their own villages as well! Sometimes I find myself piping in and suggesting where to put tents and other things. I also catch myself helping them with the challenges and daily games too! It really is a nice website!

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  8. It says domain expired? Please bring this game back, my kids love it! They have characters that theyve been working on and cannot access now. Please bring it back??
    Thanks

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