DescriptionAn MMORPG set in Toontown, the place where cartoon characters live. Players take on the role of anthropomorphic animals of any shape, size, color or species they want. Out in the brightly-colored streets of Toontown, they can meet other Toons and battle the Cogs, corporate robots who seek to turn Toontown into an endless sprawl of metallic gray offices.
The game is meant to be kid-friendly, so PvP is limited to games at "playgrounds" in the center of each of the six "neighborhoods" that make up Toontown. Also, rather than commit real violence, the Toons and the Cogs do battle with a variety of gags (a Toon can hit a Cog with a cream pie or a blast from a seltzer bottle; the Cog might counterattack with a Bouncing Check).
Three-day free trial is available, after which subscription is US$9.95 a month.
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The Press Says
|Edutaining Kids||Feb, 2004||A||100|
|Common Sense Media||Nov 14, 2007||100|
|GamerDad||Nov 23, 2005||90|
|GotNext||Nov 10, 2005||90|
|The Next Level||Nov 10, 2005||90|
|GameZone||Jun 16, 2003||9 out of 10||90|
|Game Chronicles||Aug 01, 2003||8.5 out of 10||85|
|Worth Playing||Nov 08, 2005||7.8 out of 10||78|
|MMORPG.com||Jan 24, 2006||7.5 out of 10||75|
|PCMag.com||Oct 28, 2003||60|
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- Computer Gaming World
- March 2004 (Issue #236) – MMORPG of the Year
Related Web Sites
- Disney's Toontown Online (Official website)
- Toon It Up With Disney's Toontown Online (An Apple Games article about Toontown Online (February, 2007).)
- Toontown Central (A G rated fan site for fans of Toontown Online)
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