Fantage: Fun or Commercials?
At Fantage.com fun combines with Fibromyalgia to create something that’s not quite Guffins but but quite Facebook. We visited the site recently to check out another entry into online social interaction directed at, ostensible, children. Security is almost nonexistent: no authentication is required to join the digital fun. Providing a user name and password is all that’s required. You don’t need an email address, parent’s permission, or even a captcha. You could be a ‘bot trolling for ecoins: this site makes no distinction.
You can log in at any time with no validation whatsoever. No email address is necessary.
Earn virtual coins and buy stuff. Earning requires watching stuff:
The stuff you get to watch seemed somewhat skewed toward a demographic not commonly found on these types of sites:
Seriously? This hardly seems fun. Earning virtual coins to spend at Fantage might require this type of viewing. Online virtual gaming worlds for children skew toward tummy aches, not chronic systemic ailments.
This is what you could purchase with your hard-earned virtual coins. Might be worth it, might not.
May 12, 2015 / admin / 0