Kizi.com was created in 2010 and according to their website the site was inspired by the mission of becoming the best casual gaming experience for kids of all ages on the internet.
The creators of Kizi.com say they believe that online games should be instantly fun, family friendly, and hassle free. They have a catalog of over three hundred games, and over thirty million players in seventy different countries around the world.
Kids under the age of thirteen will need their parents’ permission to sign up to use the website and access the games. Kizi.com plays sponsored ads before their games begin and also link to third party websites.
If you choose to visit one of their advertisers or click on a link to an outside website, Kizi.com does not take responsibility for the content on those websites. And though Kizi.com does link to outside websites, they will not sell or share your personal information with third parties.
You can play the games found at Kizi.com simply as a Guest, without becoming a member, but your game information will not be saved and you will not be able to earn credits. To do that, you must be a Kizi member.
If you do sign up for a Kizi account, and provide them with your email address, they will periodically contact you with product information, special offers, and when new games are released.
If you are not interested in receiving the email communications from Kizi.com, you can go to your account and set it up in such a way that you opt out of receiving emails.
4 ‘Kizi.com’ Reviews
This website is so glitchy and doesn't have good games. Most of the games are inappropriate and also isn't a safe place to give away details.
I found out my son plays this in school so had a look at home. I was not impressed by some of the ads that get played before accessing the games, my 7 year old does not watch game of thrones and doesnt do his taxes at H&R Block. Also some of the games are great like flight but others are somewhat violent for the age group this seems to be targeting.