Swearing [ edit ] As noted earlier in this article, swearing can be easily avoided if done correctly. Besides using the usually letters you would normally to spell out a word like ' faggot ' or ' nigger ' instead use letter like L or O as a substitute for the letter, this can prov to be useful towards your target. As basic as this sounds it actually works, the Club Penguin Staff still couldn't manage to figure a way to prevent this. Banning [ edit ] Getting banned from Club Penguin doesn't take that much effort since it is a chat room for kids after all. Just say the word "mierda" and you're banned for an entire week.
Sex is everywhere. That's true in real life, that's true on the internet, and that's definitely true in online games. But whether we like it or not, sex doesn't always involve the people we think it should. I'm not just talking about the Second Life-er who tells you she's a twenty-five-year-old woman and turns out to be a forty-five-year-old man. I'm talking about kids. Specifically, I'm talking about sex in online games designed for children. If you came within a fifty-feet radius of Raph Koster at GDC last month, you've probably heard his two cents on the how gaming is being taken over by companies from outside the industry who make games that don't even register on our radar.