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Parents' Guide to Quantum League

While there are many games that focus on competitive shooting, Quantum League is an unusual experience. It focuses as much on the player's ability to think ahead as to accurately target an enemy.

Quantum League is what the developers describe as a time-paradox shooter. It's a competitive online shooting game where you are battling within a time loop, tactically teaming up with your past and future selves in mind-blowing 1v1 and 2v2 matches.

You aim to dominate each round by taking advantage of the cloning time-loop in each arena to out-manoeuvre your opponent. Consider where you were and where you want to be to make that final winning shot, turning the tide of battle in an instant.

Age Rating

This doesn't yet have an official rating. Visuals are fantasy and cartoon in nature. However, although there is no blood and enemies stay on the floor once they have been shot.

Online Interactions

In the two versus two matches, players talk to each other to coordinate attacks and time-loop planning. The game can be played without chat and the one versus one mode requires no player communication.

Parental Controls

When the game comes to consoles you can set-up your parental controls to limit access to games based on age rating. You can also specify how players can communicate with each other via these system settings.

The game also offers settings to disable in-game chat for players, although there is no passcode on this to keep it turned off.

Alternative Games

If you have a look at the gameplay and decide your child is not old enough, some really good alternatives include:

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Andy Robertson is the editor of AskAboutGames and has written for national press and broadcast about video games and families for over 15 years. He has just published the Taming Gaming book with its Family Video Game Database.