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Okay, some people say Habbo is not an MMORPG, when infact it is, just an international one, it's exactly like Adventure Quest/Runescape etc.
The only thing is, it's targeted at Teenagers, it's where Teenagers go and play, and do what they want.
Create-a-room. (Buy furniture with Mobile credit or earn in-game)
Join a Job. (Players host jobs, which you get payed, in-game)
Go to a public room. (Go to rooms made by the creators.)
Even join a Roleplaying room! (Get in character, and join the RPG
Yes, it is a little bit of a chat room, but it is so much more, it's a good game for kids to play.
The population of the game is around the population 100,000,000 million created Avatars!
Australia - 7,000,000 +
The United States - 50,000,000 +
Finland - 20,000,000 +
United Kingdom - 30,000,000
Believe it or not, that many people play it.
It is pretty fun, get to change your clothes whenever you want, make friends, even hit the virtual bar.
So, don't bash it, if you didn't play it. It may not be a game for you, but the young ones, I guarantee will love it.
Some words from Wikipedia. Regarding the Roleplaying on Habbo!
The first groups of roleplayers were "Armys," consisting of Habbos wearing army uniforms. They would parade through various hotel rooms acting as officers of the army, though exerting no true power over other Habbos. There was also a Grand Theft Auto RP in the beginning years of Habbo. The first official RP's (RolePlays) were the Mafia Roleplays, based off of movies and shows like The Godfather and The Sopranos.
The first RP's had very relaxed rules; simple things such as requiring a user to state his or her IC (In Character) name in the "motto." Stating what guns and items carried by one's Habbo was optional, though many did this. Another major unenforced rule in the early years of Habbo was the "Three Word Rule." This required the RPer to type in a minimum of three words into the "Bubble" (text bar) enclosed in asterisks, before hitting enter.
*Takes out Gun*
*Aims to Head*
*Fires It Off*.
The Second Stage of Rp was started in 2006. This generation of RPers strove to look Sophisticated, and so the rules were enforced more heavily. The RPer had to list exactly what weapons they had in their motto, along with any important physical characteristics. The Three Word Rule was also enforced, so many RPers were typing five to eight words per line. It is estimated that 60% of Habbos were RPers at this time. This was before an RP floor was even made. Habbo RPers began making more detailed rooms, charmed with the latest expensive furni.