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WallFly parents your kids so you don't have to

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A new program from SMARTGuard called WallFly promises to do for computer games what the V-Chip did for television. The program uses the ESRB rating system to screen games for content, giving parents the ability to set a maximum rating they want to their kids to play. It can also limit the amount of time kids can play games, letting parents set weekly gaming budgets or setting specific times kids can play. And for complete Big Brother value for the dollar, it also gives parents detailed reports on gaming activities. 

[Via Joystiq]

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