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4、Upon whose weeping margent she was set;<p>Big-time American rapper Kanye West went on a fleeting rant on Twitter last Friday. The subject was a favourite of ours. Yes, microtransactions.</p><p>Here's his series of condemning tweets on the topic:<p>Fuck any game company that puts in-app purchases on kids games!!!— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) October 10, 2015 As you can see, this first tweet set the precedent.</p><p><p>That makes no sense!!! We give the iPad to our child and every 5 minutes there's a new purchase!!!" — KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) October 10, 2015This second tweet suggests that Kanye's daughter North West had used some of daddy's money to buy in-game items when given the iPad. That may have been the trigger for these tweets.</p><p><p>If a game is made for a 2 year old, just allow them to have fun and give the parents a break for Christ sake.— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) October 10, 2015 And finally, to finish the rant, Kanye calls for action. He wants microtransactions to be taken out of games aimed at kids.</p>Gold digger<p>He's not the only one. Over the past couple of years we've seen a number of stories about kids who have blown thousands of pounds on in-app purchases inside mobile games.</p><p>One kid even managed to spend as much as $2,500 in 10 minutes while playing Zombie v Ninja. That's nuts. At first, Apple refused to give the parents a refund, too. But then changed its decision.</p><p>Subsequently, the topic has been explored in-depth such as Richard Stanton's in-depth article "Selling candy to babies."</p><p>But has much happened since the uproar and research?</p><p>Well, yes, actually. Apple agreed to pay over $32.5 million to refund in-app purchases made by kids in iOS games aimed at their age range back in January 2014.</p><p>Apple also added the "Pay One and Play" section to the App Store to promote games that only charged upfront and didn't have any microtransactions.</p><p>And, if you didn't know, it's also possible to disable microtransactions on your iPad or iPhone in the Settings (Here's a quick how-to).</p><p>Despite that, it seems that these kids games stuffed with microtransactions are still out there. And without parents being more vigilant around kids while playing these games they're going to continue spending their parents money.</p><p>If it happened to Kanye West last week, and his angry tweets suggests it did, then he's only the latest among many.</p><p>The recent attention he's brought to the subject asks if more should be done about microtransactions in games and apps aimed at kids.</p>
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