My daughters are lovely, thoughtful, obedient, Mac-loving children. They have more of their mother’s genes. They love pets, yard play, and, like mommy, dressing up.
So far, when it comes to fashion sense, they’re clueless. Mac to the rescue. If your boys and girls are clueless when it comes to clothing, they obviously need Cher and the Clueless game to inspire a fashion sense.
Mac Clothing Is Cheaper
It doesn’t take long for children to begin emulating parental fashion habits. The only problem with clothing your kids with a sense of fashion is the clothing and the kids.
The kids grow up much faster than clothes wear out.
I’ve already found out that digital shoes, pants, tops, and dresses are less expensive.
It’s atoms vs. bits. What better way to save money than having your children play out their fashion fantasies in the digital world.
Clueless is a kids game about fashion. Digital Cher and her friends want to become Fashion Goddesses in the point and click fantasy world of fashion.
Clueless lets kids throw together all sorts of fashion faux pas on the Mac’s screen.
They can mix and match different styles and you won’t be required to drag them all over Target or the neighborhood thrift store. It’s point and click bliss for parents.
There are a few problems with Clueless. I’m getting a sense that the games title is aimed at parents. There’s no way I could afford to dress my three girls in some of the revealing fashions in the game.
Worse, one of the objectives of the game is for Cher, queen of the Clueless clique, to find her dream guy by mixing and matching fashions.
Another objective is to find the perfect outfit to get a perfect boyfriend.
It’s a subtle way to point out that clothes not only make the man, they can make the woman make the man.
Clueless is a game for little fashionista wannabes. My fear is that my trio of girls will develop fashion tastes beyond their parents’ ability to fund through the teenage years. Otherwise, it’s a colorful, easy-to-use, inexpensive and fun game which runs on Mac and PC.