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Virtual Worlds

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +Huge, international playerbase.
  • +Varied custom rooms and accessories to chose from.
  • +Watch videos & listen to music.
Cons:
  • -No combat elements.
  • -No free movement.
  • Must subscribe to create content and remove ads.-
  • IMVU
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (IMVU)
  • IMVU is a 3D social game where players can chat and create their own virtual worlds. Create a custom avatar and fit it with a wide range of clothes and accessories. Furnish your own room, and explore those designed by players around the world.

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +Safe environment for kids.
  • +Endorsed by National Geographic.
  • +Great character customization.
Cons:
  • -Designed for children, so some may not enjoy.
  • -Membership required for many game features.
  • Animal Jam
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (Smart Bomb Interactive)
  • Animal Jam is a social game brought to you by National Geographic. It provides children a wonderful learning environment where they can learn about and adopt various wild animals.

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +Decorate your own home.
  • +Play dozens of minigames.
  • +Host or attend parties.
  • +Instant messaging.
  • +Pet feature.
Cons:
  • -Primarily geared towards young children.
  • -Limited gameplay elements.
  • -No graphic options.
  • Fantage
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (Fantage Inc)
  • Fantage is a 2D browser based virtual world designed for children. Players customize their own avatars, explore various areas, play minigames, and make friends. Fantage is primarily a social game and a safe virtual playground for parents to drop off their kids.

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

  • Music Man Online
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (Cubizone)
  • Music Man Online is a free-to-play, social music MMO. With five game modes, players can demonstrate their rhythm skills through multiple popular dances.

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +Excellent character customization
  • +Enormous game world that continuously evolves
  • +Excellent roleplaying platform
Cons:
  • -Areas can take a long time to fully load
  • -Client crashes frequently
  • -Premium account required to access much of the game
  • Second Life
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (Linden Lab)
  • Second Life is not a classic MMORPG in any remote sense, but is a virtual space inhabited by tens of thousands of individuals from all walks of life.

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +House, car, aquarium, and avatar customization.
  • +Watch full length films.
  • +Add friends, form guilds and play games with others.
Cons:
  • -Caters to younger audience.
  • -Emphasizes social features over gameplay.
  • Gaia Online
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (Gaia Online)
  • Gaia Online has become popular as a large forum and its innovative approach of giving players gold coins each time they post. Since then, it has evolved into a mix between a social network and a casual gaming site.