I’ve noticed that some companies are placing images in their ad spots that aren’t exactly appropriate for children. I understand that sex appeal is a common marketing tactic among businesses, but I do question its prominent use in a game that can be used for educational purposes. I have considered introducing GoVenture World to some of my younger friends to introduce them to the principles behind business and the importance of work ethic; however, due to the recent ads being played, their conservative parents would definitely shun me for introducing them to an “inappropriate” game, even though my intent was to educate them. My question is: can certain rules be put in place to limit what images can be used in advertising, or could a new option be implemented to hide images in advertisements?
I’ve gotten a bit tired trying to outbid the two companies behind this, as they likely have more time to spare than I do, haha.