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What is Skylanders

Skylanders SuperChargers is the exciting new addition to the Skylanders franchise - the critically acclaimed games where toys come to life! In SuperChargers, kids pilot an unstoppable fleet of incredible vehicles over land, under sea and through sky. Includes NEW online multiplayer race and CO-OP modes.

Getting Started

Getting Skylanders

Every adventure begins with a Starter Pack. Choose the pack that's right for your gaming system and build up a force to be reckoned with. Collect land, sea and sky racing packs to kick your adventure into overdrive and save Skyland from Kaos. Starter packs come with:

  • 1 Video Game
  • NEW Portal of Power®
  • 2 Skylanders Figures
  • 1 Skylanders Vehicle
  • 1 Collection Poster

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Racing Online In Skylands

Racing Online In Skylands

At Activision we understand that you want to ensure your kids stay safe when playing online. This site is intended to provide you with helpful information and advice for managing your children’s online activity.

For the first time in Skylanders history, your kids can play through levels and race online in Skylanders SuperChargers during cop-op play mode and racing mode. This means they'll be able to play with:

  • Their own friends (individuals already on their “friends list”)
  • Friends of friends
  • Other players matched to them by the game.

Players will also be able to live chat with their friends while racing.

This means that children may play online with people they’ve never met or played with before. And players who meet online in Skylanders SuperChargers can request to add your child to their friends lists, depending on the settings by the parties who make the gaming systems (Nintendo, Playstation, Xbox, Apple etc.).

But rest assured – as a parent, you’re able to set controls around your children’s online interactions, and manage their ability to receive and accept friend requests. These, and other, important elements of game play can be managed under parental control functions, which we discuss a little more below.

  • Online Privacy and Safety
  • Safety Tips
  • Activision Privacy Policy
  • Collection of Personal Info

Online Privacy and Safety

At Activision, we know one of your primary concerns as parents is keeping your children safe online. We want to help you understand the tools available to do so, and how to use them, so you can rest easy while your kids save the Skylands.

Activision does not collect the personal information of any child under 13, and we do not record conversations players have online.  That means we cannot identify and control who players come into contact with during online gameplay. However, there are a number of ways parents help make their kids’ online experience in the Skylands even better.

Below are some helpful tips to get you started.

To prevent friends from joining your game session (if you do not want to be interrupted)...

  • Pause the game
  • Select "options"
  • Toggle "online co-op"

To disable chat...

  • Pause the game
  • Select "options"
  • Toggle "voice chat"

Safety Tips

Know the system your child is using. You should familiarize themselves with the parental controls offered by the first party system (e.g., Nintendo’s Wii U, Playstation, Xbox, Apple, etc.) your child is using to play. These systems provide entry into the online space and information collection, registration and identification are handled by each system respectively—not by Activision or the Skylanders game.

Each system offers a number of ways for parents to monitor and manage children’s activity online.  Some offer parental controls even let you decide when and for how long you child can play, who they can play with, or even let you "mute" or disable the ability for your child to hear the game's online chat.

Take the time to review the parental control and safety information provided at your respective system’s website:

Parents in the U.S.:

Parents in the Europe (other than Germany):

Parents in Germany:

Parents in Australia:

Check the game’s rating. Check for a game's rating – which is located on the game’s package and can also be found online – to confirm that the game is a good fit for your child.

  • For parents in the United States, the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) ratings provide concise and objective information about the content in video games and apps so consumers, especially parents, can make informed choices.  For a more detailed explanation visit the ESRB’s Rating Guide.
  • For parents in Europe (excluding Germany),  Pan European Game Information (PEGI) provides rating systems used to ensure that entertainment content, such as films, videos, DVDs, and computer games, are clearly labelled by age according to the content they contain.
  • Parents in Germany can check the Unterhaltungssoftware Selbstkontrolle (USK) for video games ratings when deciding whether a game is suitable for their children.
  • If you’re living in the Land Down Under the Australian Classification Board provides ratings for video games in order to help parents decide what is suitable for their children.

Read game reviews and check forums online. Game reviews and forums where parents discuss games can be extremely helpful in determining whether a game is the right fit for your child.

Check on your child as they play. Pay attention to who your child is playing with, just as you would in the real world.

Try playing the games with your kids.  Have your child play the Skylanders game where you can keep an eye on them so you know what they are doing online, and maybe even play with them.

Don't disclose personal information to strangers. Teach your child not to reveal personal details or sensitive information about themselves or your family (like your credit card number or your bank account!) and private life.

  • Help them be smart when choosing user names, completing profiles in system registration forms or about the information your child discloses with others online.
  • Kids shouldn’t reveal things like their name, home address, and phone number, but they should also avoid revealing other information like where they go to school, the names of friends and family, their parents’ jobs, or places they might plan to visit. Any time your child is filling out any type of registration you should be present and be aware of the terms of service included in the game’s software license agreement and Activision’s Privacy Policy.

Keep an eye out for online bullying. Bullying online can be as serious as bullying in the real world.  There are a number of signs that your child could be experiencing cyberbullying, such as depression, anxiety, wanting to skip school or changes in performance at school.  The United States government maintains stopbullying.gov, a useful website for parents with concerns about cyberbullying.

Handling Problems with Online Behavior

If you have concerns about online interactions, remember that you candisable online features  using the settings on your game system.  You can also report any inappropriate online interactions to the provider of your game system. The game systems provide tools for reporting offensive or abusive behavior, and guides for reporting this behavior can be found at the following websites:

Activision Privacy Policy

We encourage all parents to read our privacy policy for important information about how Activision stores and collects online information and goes about providing a safe and enjoyable experience with Skylanders and all of our great products.

If you are in the US, you can also check the Federal Trade Commission’s consumer information about Kids, Parents and Video Games here.

Collection of Personal Info

Activision does not collect personal information from children under 13, but the parties who make gaming systems (Nintendo, Playstation, Xbox, Apple, etc.) do collect personal information, provided that as a parent, you have allowed such collection (see our privacy policy to learn about how Activision treats information it collects from users 13 and older).

A child account created with these systems can have restrictions placed on it (under parental control) at the time of creation with respect to voice chat, friend requests, user created content and purchases.  You should familiarize yourself with these controls, as they differ system to system. See Safety Tips for more information.

Online Privacy and Safety

At Activision, we know one of your primary concerns as parents is keeping your children safe online. We want to help you understand the tools available to do so, and how to use them, so you can rest easy while your kids save the Skylands.

Activision does not collect the personal information of any child under 13, and we do not record conversations players have online.  That means we cannot identify and control who players come into contact with during online gameplay. However, there are a number of ways parents help make their kids’ online experience in the Skylands even better.

Below are some helpful tips to get you started.

To prevent friends from joining your game session (if you do not want to be interrupted)...

  • Pause the game
  • Select "options"
  • Toggle "online co-op"

To disable chat...

  • Pause the game
  • Select "options"
  • Toggle "voice chat"

Safety Tips

Know the system your child is using. You should familiarize themselves with the parental controls offered by the first party system (e.g., Nintendo’s Wii U, Playstation, Xbox, Apple, etc.) your child is using to play. These systems provide entry into the online space and information collection, registration and identification are handled by each system respectively—not by Activision or the Skylanders game.

Each system offers a number of ways for parents to monitor and manage children’s activity online.  Some offer parental controls even let you decide when and for how long you child can play, who they can play with, or even let you "mute" or disable the ability for your child to hear the game's online chat.

Take the time to review the parental control and safety information provided at your respective system’s website:

Parents in the U.S.:

Parents in the Europe (other than Germany):

Parents in Germany:

Parents in Australia:

Check the game’s rating. Check for a game's rating – which is located on the game’s package and can also be found online – to confirm that the game is a good fit for your child.

  • For parents in the United States, the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) ratings provide concise and objective information about the content in video games and apps so consumers, especially parents, can make informed choices.  For a more detailed explanation visit the ESRB’s Rating Guide.
  • For parents in Europe (excluding Germany),  Pan European Game Information (PEGI) provides rating systems used to ensure that entertainment content, such as films, videos, DVDs, and computer games, are clearly labelled by age according to the content they contain.
  • Parents in Germany can check the Unterhaltungssoftware Selbstkontrolle (USK) for video games ratings when deciding whether a game is suitable for their children.
  • If you’re living in the Land Down Under the Australian Classification Board provides ratings for video games in order to help parents decide what is suitable for their children.

Read game reviews and check forums online. Game reviews and forums where parents discuss games can be extremely helpful in determining whether a game is the right fit for your child.

Check on your child as they play. Pay attention to who your child is playing with, just as you would in the real world.

Try playing the games with your kids.  Have your child play the Skylanders game where you can keep an eye on them so you know what they are doing online, and maybe even play with them.

Don't disclose personal information to strangers. Teach your child not to reveal personal details or sensitive information about themselves or your family (like your credit card number or your bank account!) and private life.

  • Help them be smart when choosing user names, completing profiles in system registration forms or about the information your child discloses with others online.
  • Kids shouldn’t reveal things like their name, home address, and phone number, but they should also avoid revealing other information like where they go to school, the names of friends and family, their parents’ jobs, or places they might plan to visit. Any time your child is filling out any type of registration you should be present and be aware of the terms of service included in the game’s software license agreement and Activision’s Privacy Policy.

Keep an eye out for online bullying. Bullying online can be as serious as bullying in the real world.  There are a number of signs that your child could be experiencing cyberbullying, such as depression, anxiety, wanting to skip school or changes in performance at school.  The United States government maintains stopbullying.gov, a useful website for parents with concerns about cyberbullying.

Handling Problems with Online Behavior

If you have concerns about online interactions, remember that you candisable online features  using the settings on your game system.  You can also report any inappropriate online interactions to the provider of your game system. The game systems provide tools for reporting offensive or abusive behavior, and guides for reporting this behavior can be found at the following websites:

Activision Privacy Policy

We encourage all parents to read our privacy policy for important information about how Activision stores and collects online information and goes about providing a safe and enjoyable experience with Skylanders and all of our great products.

If you are in the US, you can also check the Federal Trade Commission’s consumer information about Kids, Parents and Video Games here.

Collection of Personal Info

Activision does not collect personal information from children under 13, but the parties who make gaming systems (Nintendo, Playstation, Xbox, Apple, etc.) do collect personal information, provided that as a parent, you have allowed such collection (see our privacy policy to learn about how Activision treats information it collects from users 13 and older).

A child account created with these systems can have restrictions placed on it (under parental control) at the time of creation with respect to voice chat, friend requests, user created content and purchases.  You should familiarize yourself with these controls, as they differ system to system. See Safety Tips for more information.

SuperChargers Starter Pack

SuperChargers Starter Pack

Pilot an unstoppable fleet of incredible vehicles over land, under sea and through sky to stop Kaos and save Skylands! Includes NEW online multiplayer race and CO-OP modes.

PACK INCLUDES:

1 Video Game
NEW Portal of Power®
2 Skylanders Figures
1 Skylanders Vehicle
1 Collection Poster

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