Nickelodeon Online launched two new Web sites Wednesday as part of the Dot Kids Act, which was established in 2002 to ensure safe spaces on the Internet for children under 13.
Nick.Kids.Us (www.nick.kids.us), an extension of flagship site Nick.com (www.nick.com), offers games such as “SpongeBob's Jellyfish Shuffleboard,” “SpongeBob SquarePants B.C. Bowling,” “The Fairly OddParents Big Superhero Wish Game” and “My Life as a Teenage Robot Techno Tennis.”
And NickJr.com (www.nickjr.com) extension NickJr.Kids.Us (www.nickjr.kids.us) features “Dora's Super Silly Costume Maker,” “Max & Ruby Toy Bowling Game,” “Dora's Star Catching Game,” “Blue's Matching Game,” “Oswald's Big Diner Specials Game,” “Little Bill's Captain Brainstorm's Adventure: 3-2-1-Blast Off!” and online storybooks for Blue's Clues, Max & Ruby and Dora the Explorer.
Third-party service provider NeuStar Inc. worked with Nick Online on the new sites.