8 Best Games Like Club Penguin That You Should Know Update 09/2022

Games Like Club Penguin

1. Lady Popular

Lady Popular

For young girls and boys, Lady Popular is a browser-based game that lets you battle it out in the fashion arena, arrange your apartment, manage a partner, and more. Whether you play Lady Popular in your browser or on one of the numerous mobile apps, you’ll be amazed at how much fun and gameplay is hidden under its simple presentation and interface. In order to begin their Lady Popular journey, players must first create an in-game character.

2. Poptropica

Playing Poptropica, a free online game created for children and teenagers, allows you to construct your own virtual world with a variety of role-playing aspects. Poptropica Worlds was originally a browser-exclusive game introduced in 2007, but it has now been rebranded as a mobile app for iOS and Android devices. There are now over 550 million Poptropica accounts, with the majority of them belonging to children aged 6 to 15 years old. Read the Review]

3. Animal Jam

Animal Jam

Incorporating knowledge about animals and plants from National Geographic into engaging stories, Animal Jam is a virtual environment for kids. In addition to offering a wide range of social and game features within its virtual world places, Animal Jam is ideal for the curious child gamer. Animal Jam doesn’t include any external advertising in its game experience because it knows that its target audience doesn’t want to see it. [Read Review]

4. Movie Star Planet

As a social experience for young children and adolescents, Movie Star Planet (MSP) allows them to live out their goal of being a movie star. In addition to Windows, Android and iOS versions of the game have been launched with comparable gameplay. Movie Star Planet, like other games in the genre, promotes itself as a safe and enjoyable online world for children to explore. There’s a ton of stuff in the game that’s available for free (including mobile apps), but there are also in-game purchases available. Read the Review]

5. Woozworld

Woozworld

Woozworld has been online since 2009 and combines a virtual world with social networking features. Despite having been online for over a decade, Woozworld continues to draw in players in the tween to adolescent age range through its website and, more recently, its mobile applications. Social networking aspects in the game have also allowed some elderly fans who use the social network to keep in touch with pals made through the game to retain their interest. Read the Review]

6. JumpStart

There is a popular 3D virtual world known as JumpStart (or World of JumpStart), which was originally developed for browsers but now exclusively works on Windows. World of JumpStart and other JumpStart products are designed with educational gaming in mind, incorporating learning in the form of games into the learning process. In the realm of World of JumpStart, players assume the role of customizable characters known as Jumpeez and travel to exotic locales such as Ma… [Read the Full Review]

7. Habbo

Habbo

Explore the Habbo Hotel and meet other players in Habbo, a visual social networking experience that can be accessed through your internet or mobile device. Since its inception in the year 2000, Habbo has amassed millions of loyal and social users, as well as a steady stream of events and new content that keep the Habbo universe fresh. The Habbo Hotel is a fun place to meet new people, play games, dress up, and maybe even form long-lasting friendships. As of this writing, Habbo has… [Read Reviews]

8. Fishao

In Fishao (Fish Always Online), tournaments and virtual worlds are combined in a way that provides an enjoyable game. If you’re not a fan of fishing, you’ll still like Fishao because to the welcoming community. Fishermen from all around the world will compete in a worldwide tournament to catch more than 200 fish in ten distinct themed regions. Each area is beautifully designed and acts as a meeting place for people from all over the world.