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Toontown Online Forum » General Discussion » Some Info For New Toons

11 posts found
  Michael56738

Novice Member

Joined: 8/17/05
Posts: 10

Runescpape sucks! Runescape sucks! Runescape sucks! Runescape sucks eggs! My report is done!

 
OP  7/04/06 6:13:03 AM#1

Well, if your new to toontown, Welcome to Toontown. I am here to give you some info before you join.

Its a great game for young people. I have some Secret Friends that more even are older than 18. Its good for anyone who likes cartoons. You'll have a great amount of fun playing Toontown. You'll make friends, make a house, make a kart, and its not all fun n' games, you'll need to do toontasks and defeat the evil cogs that are trying to take over Toontown. Here are some names of cogs, Telemarketer, Flunky, Big Wig, The Mingler, Cold Caller, Penny Pincher, Mr. Hollywood, and much more.

Well, thats all. By the way. Im a Michael, A blue body mouse, tan face and legs, and I will usaully be at the 2nd best crowded place at Sellbot HQ. See ya!

  Seeria

Novice Member

Joined: 7/06/05
Posts: 28

7/04/06 5:00:34 PM#2
Hey there
Didn't know mmorpg.com had a Toontown area. Is it new?

We're a gaming family in Toontown (husband, wife, son, daughter), using two accounts. We're finding it rather fun as a family game, and a great intro to mmorpg's for kids too young to play more adult mmorpg's.

We're looking to play with other families (with younger children, mostly those that do not read well or can't read well).  Drop us a line.
  Michael56738

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Joined: 8/17/05
Posts: 10

Runescpape sucks! Runescape sucks! Runescape sucks! Runescape sucks eggs! My report is done!

 
OP  7/04/06 9:30:32 PM#3
Well, I forgot to mention some stuff.
  Sly99

Novice Member

Joined: 7/27/06
Posts: 6

7/27/06 6:33:00 PM#4
Im here to help too.
  godofwar69

Novice Member

Joined: 8/25/06
Posts: 155

OMG you killed kenny

9/03/06 12:19:04 AM#5

I See U Like Playin With Children Michael

Whats Ure Game Name Michael Jackson?lol

  Peterweb

Novice Member

Joined: 7/25/04
Posts: 1

9/04/06 11:49:14 PM#6
I'm here to help too! This game is great!!!
  eshi

Novice Member

Joined: 3/17/06
Posts: 91

"Live Long and Game"

12/10/06 7:59:02 PM#7
ok i have to be honest, toontown is a good game for kids, but the age is kinda young.  I mean should we really being pushing today's youth into the mmo universe so young?  i didn't play my first mmo till i was 12-13 and that seemed to be a good age to do so, but kids as young as 6 are plyaing toontown and it seems like a bad idea.  I mean shouldn't they being playing single player non-online multiplayer games taht are easy to watch and control.  Tooon town can be played almost anywhere, and so it tempts young kids to play the game constantly, whereas the counsil video game system can be locked to one section of the house.  I guess my point is that although Toon Town is a great safe game, its still online, and there are other people your playing with who could be michael jackson, it doesn't seem like the right idea, at least for where the technology is now...

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  User Deleted
12/21/06 1:23:57 AM#8

Originally posted by eshi
ok i have to be honest, toontown is a good game for kids, but the age is kinda young.  I mean should we really being pushing today's youth into the mmo universe so young?  i didn't play my first mmo till i was 12-13 and that seemed to be a good age to do so, but kids as young as 6 are plyaing toontown and it seems like a bad idea.  I mean shouldn't they being playing single player non-online multiplayer games taht are easy to watch and control.  Tooon town can be played almost anywhere, and so it tempts young kids to play the game constantly, whereas the counsil video game system can be locked to one section of the house.  I guess my point is that although Toon Town is a great safe game, its still online, and there are other people your playing with who could be michael jackson, it doesn't seem like the right idea, at least for where the technology is now...
My 4 year old sister play's.. they are trying to addict them while they are young i tell you!
  Viceryn

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Joined: 9/13/04
Posts: 177

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12/21/06 2:17:49 PM#9


Originally posted by godofwar69
I See U Like Playin With Children Michael
Whats Ure Game Name Michael Jackson?lol

Ok, seriously...not cool. He was just trying to be nice and you went ahead and said that? Don't worry, he won't play with you because we know you are a child.

  Dianna

Novice Member

Joined: 2/12/07
Posts: 3

2/12/07 12:06:05 AM#10
Hi there. we are also a tooning family I have a 7 year old and two 6 year olds. My 7 year old loves to play toontown but is an early reader so it takes him a while to figure out what  is being said. My 6 year olds like to play on the trolley.  I like to fight the VP and the CFO but I hate the Chief Justice. My toons name is Candy Sparkletoon. My kids toons are Robbie, Gregory, and Jade at the present moment, they keep changing them.
  Go1die

Novice Member

Joined: 4/22/07
Posts: 1

4/22/07 6:28:36 PM#11
Hi there! I somehow got a 14-day trial for Toontown Online, and I LOVED it, but my parents would not let me keep playing! If anyone is willing to share an account with me, please drop me a line. I know you're all thinking "he just wants to get our credit cards!" but I really don't, and I know I probably will get flamed... but if anyone out there is willing to share an account with me, give me a heads up. Thanks!