Welcome to Character Creator, we review in detail, all the best maker games that feature in depth character manipulation and development.
Whether that be part of a family in games like the Sims or more simple artistic drawing games. Many of games offer a wide variety of storylines and role play which are dependant on the type of character you de both physically and mentally.
Character development is immensely important in role playing games today and without these key attribute a game would wither and die. Lasting and fully enjoyable experiences are only delivered to passionate gamers when a character's development is left in your hands and not the developers.
We are here simply to help you decide which game to spend your money on, we hope you enjoy are reviews.
The internet is now social. Gone are the days when everyone wanted anonymity. With the growing strength of social networking websites, more and more people are trying to place more of their own selves on the internet.
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More personal information is shared, more thoughts and opinions are posted, and more importantly, personal photos are ed. But if your current gallery of hehots and profile pictures are not making you happy, or you simply want something new that stands out a little, or says a little more about you than a typical snapshot would, then you might want to try out one of these websites to help express yourself a little better.
We compiled a top 17 list as it stands of some intriguing creation and social connectivity sites and games that will provide you with a wide range of options for creating your own online avatar. Of course our one choice out of the seventeen picks is the game that can be played above - ourWorld. We thought it would be best to place ourworld at the top of the in case any of you guys wish to revist this site later to play the game again.
IMVU is currently one of the largest and most widely used social networking sites.
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There are plenty of users and pretty decent content, but overall the social networking service still lacks a bit of depth. The game if the term applies feels a lot like the SIMs in the visual department, and for the most part, concentrates on getting players to pay up for more features. The initial membership fee will remove the "guest" tag from the user name as well as access to additional content and capabilities. Further payments will open up special features - targeted for adults.
While we will not go into detail about that feature, parents should be advised that this is not exactly safe for minors to play around in. From IMVU's roughly anatomically correct characters, we move on to the slightly cartoony, yet oddly stylish looking "Meez".
Pronounced exactly as it is spelt, this little virtual online community allows you to create your own online persona in terms of avatar and domicile. The avatar creation function is pretty straightforward and easy to understand. The first option that players have to decide on is the gender. More often than not, the rule of thumb is that you select the gender you actually are - of course, nothing would prevent you from playing the opposite gender should you prefer to try something different.
We point this out because of all the character options players get to choose, gender is the only one that cannot be changed. Without a doubt, the Japan-made anime genre is taking the internet culture by storm.
And with avatar creation, it is without much surprise to see some of these wide-eyed characters becoming a major attraction. We have taken up an independently developed, standalone creator over many others thanks to its simple and easy to use interface, quick loading menus and most importantly, because it actually makes avatars that pay homage to the anime genre.
The Anime Character Maker by Character creation flash games is a classic entry and provides players with a menu driven character editor. There are simple text based descriptions of parts which are used for selecting the clothes and facial details you place on the character. While the UI lacks any thumbnails and icons, the fast loading preview image on the left of the screen provides instant feedback on your choices. Much of the tool has been created in flash - making many of the character details look like solid masses of color, but the overall effect makes one think of classic 90's PC-based Japanese role playing games.
The slight animations mostly with the eyes gives the editor a less static feel as you decide on what your avatar should look like. Speaking of looks, there are plenty to choose from. There's the pre-requisite school girl outfit, casual clothes, shrine maidens, knight armors, military camo and more. Clothing choices allowing you to add outer and inner tops, pants, shoulder accessories, waist gear, and even weapons, which will certainly encourage players to get creative and experiment with the many choices available.
The only thing holding this entry back is the lack of body editing options no size and height adjustmentsthe lack of feet and the inability to save the character you made. Sadly it seems that further development on the tool's next version has been put on hold.
The developer announced last year that a revision is in the works, but no updates have been made since then making any chance of a version 3 bleak. For more than half a decade ago, the internet has already enjoyed those cute and oddly stylish looking WeeMees. Now, the game has been expanded from a standard create your own avatar game into a full on social creation game networking experience complete with custom player owned rooms, social hubs and even a whole new world for your WeeMees to explore - hence the new title, WeeWorld.
But is the move an improvement? Or will players wish it was still the old avatar creation tool?
The simple answer, WeeWorld is a definite improvement over the original creator. The reason for this is that it retains all that is good and simply adds more content for users to tinker around with. Much of the old system remains; you get a cartoonish character model which reminds us of rounded Lego figures and you dress them up.
These WeeMees can be given a wide range of facial details, hairstyles and clothes. While the range of options for the physical appearance of the character is similar to what you would find in many other avatar-making games, the clothes add a whole new dimension in sheer quantity. WeeWorld literally has hundreds of tops to choose from, the same goes for the rest of the clothes as well. Without a doubt, it will still be hard to find that perfect nylon hoodie you always dreamt about, but with all the choices made available, there will certainly be some clothing options that will tickle your fancy.
And the clothes have been made with a wide range of users in mind.
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There are the usual shirts, jackets, and sportswear, and then there are the slightly extreme costume-like add-ons, complete with gigantic headgear. Players can even add in items like a stuffed toy, or carry a large weapon in their hands. If its expressiveness and personality you want, WeeWorld certainly delivers. For its great new world, many active users, amusing mini-games and in-depth character creation options, we have no doubt that the WeeWorld is the perfect direction for this classic avatar making tool.
This is a tremendously cute and fun game to play for people who love to chat and mingle. At first glance, the game world looks a little rough, with oddly drawn characters representing each user.
But as you progress through the game, and customize your own avatar, you will start to notice all the little details that make each character unique. The thing we really like about Migoland is that is has no daily limits on how much you can earn.
It also makes the games quite accessible for the player at any point in the game - thanks to the ever useful games button on the side of the screen, earning a few extra game credits is made easier. Of course, expect to grind a little as each game will only net you a certain amount for each round you play. While winning certainly earns you a lot more, there are no penalties for losing and you still make a few points for even trying. The avatar creation feature is as simple as clicking the wardrobe button and browsing through the available clothing menus.
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It is a little hard to discern some of the des due to the pixel-style artwork, but thankfully, there is a preview window of your character that allows you to see what it would look like once you put it on. A few minor changes to your existing clothes such as changing colors or des will only cost a few in-game points.
If you choose to buy something completely new, expect to shell out a lot of cash. Your home will be as ificant as your own avatar. This will be the place where you can invite your in-game friends over and have "parties". These parties allow players to get a lot of users in a single location.
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It is the perfect way to mix and mingle in Migoland and at the same time, by proving to be a good host, you can create a good reputation for yourself - which means getting invited to parties at other people's homes. Facebook users using the Pet Society app will find Moshi Monsters to be quite a familiar game to play; after all, the two are very similar in delivery.
This adopt-a-monster takes one step further from your own identity and allows you to venture into a make believe world where you have to take care of your own monster. There's a wide variety to choose from ranging from imps to zombies. The bottom line here is that you get to express your choices when it comes to choosing what you would want to take care of - and in a way, represent you as well.
The Moshi Monsters world makes use of Rox. This online currency can be earned either by purchasing it with real money, or earning it daily from the Puzzle Palace. In the Palace, players are provided with timed puzzle challenges mostly based puzzles. Successfully complete the challenge and you will earn Rox to spend on your monster.
There's a daily limit to how much you can earn - which helps provide long term sustainability to the game.
Newgrounds has always been a favorite site for up and coming flash game developers and there are plenty of old school works that until today are still pretty good. Kevicus' Sonic character creator was pretty slick looking when it was released back in and while the aesthetic value of the user interface is not that good, we have to commend the amount of detail that went into this work. For the most part, the menus are easy to use and creating a custom Sonic takes only a few minutes, the options are written in small text fields with arrows that allow you to choose between different options for your avatar.
While there are no icons or thumbnails, the main avatar screen changes immediately to reflect your selection. The maker may be a little too simple and raw for some, but we have to admit that it works pretty well. There is a degree of limitations in terms of what you can put in and what you cannot, but fans of the Sega game and the comics will enjoy many of the accessories and parts that come from the many characters of the series.
The Mecha-Sonic parts are all available and despite Knuckles being an echidna, his gloves and ature gear are also present. You will not be able to make Dr. Aside from that, players still get a wide range of choices for the custom hedgehog. So far, we have seen some pretty psyched-out des from Sonic fans and since the tool has been around for a while, there are plenty to see.