Before accepting any of the challenges or discovering more about Our World it's better to save your character by signing up through the easy form through the game above or through Our World.com, the link is in the bottom left corner of the screen.
This way you can choose your own name and get regular newsletter updates about whats going on.
I like that this virtual world is more than just “chat and play games” it has a cool theme and interesting layout. Barbie This is Mattel’s site for girls and their online Barbies. The Sims 2: The Sims 2 is a very popular and addicting virtual world.
Although I loved Barbie, I am not sure how I feel about the image it portrays to young girls about how they should look. It has different societies, games and opportunities to meet friends and experimenting with future dreams. Teen Second Life This website is much, much edgier than some of the other cartoony sites. Super Secret “This is a supercool and beautifully designed new online social game for kids who are ready for more than Club Penguin but who are too young for my Space.
You can play many fun games to gather coins and buy cool new clothes and other fun accessories.
Some of the games are independently made and integrated into Our World such as Bejeweled 2 where as others are Our World's own creations such as Dance Planet, either way their list is expanding on a weekly basis so don't be surprised if they eventually have a collection rivalling Mochi Media, Newgrounds or Kongregate.
Immediately after the game is loaded a menu screen greets you with an option to either pick a boy or a girl as a virtual character, decisions, decisions.
Also, I feel like half of the fun of barbie is braiding her hair…in real life, not on the game. I do not know many teens on Teen Second Life, but it is much more like a grown-up playground with more controls than open Second Life. Webkinz World A little less Disney polished than Club Penguin, but I like that it seems to grow and change quicker and stay up with what kids want who are in their playing. The game transports kids into a secret world where they can chat with friends, play mini-games, complete urgent quests – and grow up virtually from 10 to 18 as they collect points.” 14.
Whyville “Whyville’s millions of registered “citizens” come from all over to learn, create, and have fun together. Whyville has places to go, things to do, and of course, people to see.
Second Life – Internet virtual world started in 1999 and run by Linden Labs.
With the release of Viewer 2 Second Life is more flexible and accesible than ever. World of Warcraft – Multiplayer online role playing game created by Blizzard Entertainment in 2001.