Paul Bury is creating Family Friendly Gaming
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Family Friendly Gaming was started in 2005, and has been growing constantly. It started as an online, and print periodical that covered video games from a family friendly viewpoint. Our main goal is to report on, play, preview, and review the best games on the market from the family friendly viewpoint. There are between 600K and 1 MILLION in hits a month, with 150K to 300K unique IPs accessing the site. The e-magazine is released every month, and is available in online format (PDF).  Reviews are added multiple times a week, and the e-magazine portion of FFG portrays even more. Along with news, rumors, previews, upcoming video games, images, videos, updates, and recent releases. Family Friendly Gaming was the first ever Christian based video game magazine, and e-zine. We hope to work with you in the near future to bring news, pictures, and reviews of your companies products to millions of families across the world. Your advertising support is always appreciated.Family Friendly Gaming is trademarked in the United States of America, however we freely allow developers and publishers to use any or part of our reviews in their advertisements free of charge. You may have noticed the cover of Hamsterz Life on the Nintendo DS that listed the review score from Family Friendly Gaming. Or you may have seen quotes on the front cover of Once Upon A Time for the Wii. Quotes are also on Happily Ever After Volume 1, and Volume 2 on the Nintendo DS. Numerous websites for games reference our respected reviews.

The Family Friendly Gaming seal of approval, as well the E3 Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals have been prominently displayed on numerous video game developer websites – including companies such as EA, and Activision. The Wappy Dog television commercial referenced the Family Friendly Gaming review. Numerous companies list quotes from Family Friendly Gaming reviews in their advertising campaigns,and websites.

Late in 2008 Family Friendly Gaming started reviewing DVD's, and then a few months later started to review Blu-ray's. Movies, and television shows are both part of this expansion. Late 2009 Family Friendly Gaming expanded into iPod Touch/iPhone apps. July 2011 iPad apps started to be reviewed. Late in October 2011 we started a Youtube Channel, and in September of 2013 we started our own original videos. The Family Friendly Gaming Hall of Fame started in 2013. Original news stories on a variety of issues started in 2013. In June 2014 we added Google+, and Pinterest channels to compliment the Facebook and Twitter channels.
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We will send you a physical copy of any issue of Family Friendly Gaming on ISSUU. Tell us which issue you want. (inside US)
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A signed copy of Video Game Lies book, and a signed copy of Future Glimpses Moon Murder.
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Bring back physical copies of Family Friendly Gaming. Print the e-magazine.
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Family Friendly Gaming was started in 2005, and has been growing constantly. It started as an online, and print periodical that covered video games from a family friendly viewpoint. Our main goal is to report on, play, preview, and review the best games on the market from the family friendly viewpoint. There are between 600K and 1 MILLION in hits a month, with 150K to 300K unique IPs accessing the site. The e-magazine is released every month, and is available in online format (PDF).  Reviews are added multiple times a week, and the e-magazine portion of FFG portrays even more. Along with news, rumors, previews, upcoming video games, images, videos, updates, and recent releases. Family Friendly Gaming was the first ever Christian based video game magazine, and e-zine. We hope to work with you in the near future to bring news, pictures, and reviews of your companies products to millions of families across the world. Your advertising support is always appreciated.Family Friendly Gaming is trademarked in the United States of America, however we freely allow developers and publishers to use any or part of our reviews in their advertisements free of charge. You may have noticed the cover of Hamsterz Life on the Nintendo DS that listed the review score from Family Friendly Gaming. Or you may have seen quotes on the front cover of Once Upon A Time for the Wii. Quotes are also on Happily Ever After Volume 1, and Volume 2 on the Nintendo DS. Numerous websites for games reference our respected reviews.

The Family Friendly Gaming seal of approval, as well the E3 Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals have been prominently displayed on numerous video game developer websites – including companies such as EA, and Activision. The Wappy Dog television commercial referenced the Family Friendly Gaming review. Numerous companies list quotes from Family Friendly Gaming reviews in their advertising campaigns,and websites.

Late in 2008 Family Friendly Gaming started reviewing DVD's, and then a few months later started to review Blu-ray's. Movies, and television shows are both part of this expansion. Late 2009 Family Friendly Gaming expanded into iPod Touch/iPhone apps. July 2011 iPad apps started to be reviewed. Late in October 2011 we started a Youtube Channel, and in September of 2013 we started our own original videos. The Family Friendly Gaming Hall of Fame started in 2013. Original news stories on a variety of issues started in 2013. In June 2014 we added Google+, and Pinterest channels to compliment the Facebook and Twitter channels.

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Pledge $25 or more per month
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We will send you a physical copy of any issue of Family Friendly Gaming on ISSUU. Tell us which issue you want. (inside US)
Pledge $50 or more per month
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We will send you a physical copy of two issues of Family Friendly Gaming on ISSUU. Tell us which issue you want. (inside US)
Pledge $75 or more per month
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We will send you a Family Friendly Gaming t-shirt.
Pledge $100 or more per month
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A signed copy of Video Game Lies book, and a signed copy of Future Glimpses Moon Murder.