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This App Contains...
Chat
Commenting
In App Purchases
Microtransactions
Live Streaming
Videos can be shared
Location Tracking
Geotracking
Photo Sharing
Photo sending/receiving
Stranger Danger
Interacting with strangers

Parent Rating

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Evil Apples is a social, virtual card game, in the same vein as Cards Against Humanity, for adults. Because of the mature content, Evil Apples may only be downloaded by users ages 17 years and older. Evil Apples is free to download and play, but features ads and in-app purchases, ranging in price from $0.99 to $99.99.

About Evil Apples: A Dirty Card Game
Category
Games
In-App Purchases
yes
Rating
Mature 17+

What is Evil Apples: A Dirty Card Game?

Once players download and open the free Evil Apples app, they’re prompted to type a screen name and tap the “Start Playing” tab. Players then have the option of turning on notifications for the game, and are taken to the home screen.

 

The “Evil Shop” is prominently displayed in the upper right hand corner of the home screen, and is where players can make in-app purchases. Game currency comes in the form of gold coins and Evil Cakes, which are offered in packages in the store, ranging in price from $0.99 to $99.99.

 

A range of card decks are available for purchase with game currency, with topics ranging from bodily functions to television shows. Players may opt to pay a one-time purchase price of $9.99 to unlock all of the card decks with other 5,000 cards which is, by far, the best deal.

 

Evil Apples requires a minimum of three players for a game, and games with friends are free to play (and rewarded with an Evil Cake after each game), while playing with random players will cost a single Evil Cake. In this sense, Evil Apples is only free to play for those players with friends on the platform, not for random game play with strangers.

 

As stated, Evil Apples is almost identical to Cards Against Humanity, so players already familiar with that game will already know how to play. Each game begins with a red card, which has a fill in the blank statement. Players choose a white card from their hand, with the best (or funniest) statement to fill in the red card’s blank.

 

Each game has a player appointed as judge, who decides whose card best fits the blank; of course, this is entirely subjective. The player whose response is chosen as the winner is awarded one point. The first player to 7 points wins the game.

Is Evil Apples: A Dirty Card Game safe for my kids?

Parents should be aware that the Evil Apples app is a fun virtual card game, meant for adults. Because of the content included, and encouraged, users will encounter profanity, crude humor, references to alcohol, tobacco and drug use, as well as mature or suggestive themes. It is not safe for kids.

Meant for fun and entertainment, parents will be the best gauge of their teen’s maturity and exposure, when deciding if their child is allowed to play. However, those parents who do allow their teens to play should note that it is against the developer’s terms of service for players under the age of 17 to download the game.

Parents should know that Evil Apples features a chat within each game, where players can post messages throughout the length of the game. While this is not an issue for users playing with friends, this could potentially be an issue for those minors playing with strangers.

In addition to being able to connect with complete strangers, young players may be exposed to inappropriate or mature language through the chat feature.

Evil Apples is a simple, entertaining game and perfect for killing extra time, but it’s definitely meant for adults.

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Evil Apples: A Dirty Card Game Parent Rating

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