I use this feature all the time for my 6-year old when he uses my iPad. It’s a great feature which also allows you to limit other options within the app that they can/can’t control (sleep/wake button, volume, motion, keyboard, touch, time limit).
For those of you with a newer iPhone sans home button, you triple press the side button to lock/unlock instead.
You should include how to activate if you have an iPhone with no home button
Please don’t play far cry new dawn. Its a cheap cash-in attempting to steal Rage 2's thunder. Just save your money for Rage 2, the infinitely superior game. Stop letting Ubisoft shit out these quick mods and charge full price.
I thought discovery mode removed all the combat?
As a dad myself it’s very appreciated
Not the advice I asked for, but caring about kids is never a bad thing. She gets very limited screen time...can barely use the xbox controller I use on my PC to play. I know I don’t need to justify myself to a rando on the internet, but I think limiting screen time is important...but I also like the idea we can play a…
AC:O was my first AC game ever, and oh my god was it worth the 65 hours I put in. Not completely in love with the gameplay aspect, but the story was outstanding, and as a huuuge lifelong fan of the Greek Classical era, exploring that zone in that time period was just one absurd dopamine hit after another. Can’t…
Unrelated, is Assassin’s Creed any good? Is it worth buying? Saw this video with mythical monsters and was surprised it has that. I thought you just assasinted targets. Now it has monsters? Intriguing
Anyone have any good recommendations on games that are fun for adults but also little ones? My 4yo loves discovery mode in AC:Origins. She can ride a horse, swim underwater, walk right up to a croc without repercussion. Anything else with good “dad” modes baked in at the flip of a switch?
Wow, this is my life.
I thought it was just going to be yelling “I’m disappointed at you” at the bad guys.
This article could not have been published at a better time for me. I’m a few weeks away from my due date with my first, and sometimes I feel like my husband is more emotionally bonded to our baby than I am. He talks to her, sings to her, gets all excited. My brain hasn’t really processed much more than I have a huge…
“Love every minute of this”
For me, it was like somebody flipped a switch in me when I looked at my newborn daughter. Up till that moment I was kind of apprehensive about the whole fatherhood thing.
While I did not feel any different right away, I know that changed at some point. It also changed even more dramatically when I quit my job and spent 4 months at home with my daughter right around when she was 8 or 9 months old.
I am so glad for the opportunity to get to know her in a way most people might not know…
Or you could be like my mom and 27 years later she still doesn’t like her son (me).
Another great way to bond with a baby: commit a crime together! Start small to build up trust and work together to build up to intricate heists with layers of intrigue. The true test of your bond with the baby will be the prisoner’s dilemma when a detective is grilling you both in separate rooms.
Great article! As a dad of a 2-year old and a 10-month old, I’ve learned that feelings aren’t always what I thought they would be. I heard a story on NPR a month or so ago that went into postpartum depression for dads (something that somehow no one seems to have considered a possibility until recently). I know the…
I have 4 younger siblings and whenever any of us would throw out the ‘I hate you!” our parents would smile and say “But I looooove you!” and it would piss us off for more at first but after a while it became a running joke in our family.