Since we’re all fast approach or already deep diving into ‘adulthood’ it’s nice to reflect back on the stress-free existence of our childhoods. A time when our biggest concerns were over our favourite online games.
If you can spare some time for nostalgia then why not relive those glory days with some of your childhood favourite games that are still going strong.
Neopets was the solution for all kids who wanted a pet but wasn’t aloud or had a pet and it never showed you enough affection – looking at you cats! These virtual pets were indestructible and so was your love for them. In Neopia, you and your Neopet could run wild across the land, completing new game missions and gaining Neopoints.
Your Neopet still lives on in 2019, now it’s just under the care of JumpStar Games. Check out the latest version here.
For those who don’t know or don’t remember, RuneScape is a fantasy massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG), so massive in fact that it holds the Guinness World Record for being the world’s largest and most updated free MMORPG. The world of Gielinor is a medieval fantasy realm that has vast and endless kingdoms to explore and missions to complete.
You can go revisit Geilinor right here and dive back into your medieval adventure!
Long before Overcooked captivated us, there was Diner Dash! For those lovers of time management games, this was the perfect fix for your desire to jungle orders and thrive under pressure. There is just something so unexplainably satisfying by smashing the restaurant world and keeping all your customers happy.
Flo’s diner adventure is nowhere near finished so if you want to rejoin your favourite entrepreneur then go check out the latest Diner Dash here.
If this was your game of choice then you can thank your impeccable fashion sense from childhood on Stardoll. The game from Glorious Games offers one of the world’s largest online fashion communities and gives young women and teens in particular, a chance to express their creativity as they traverse through the fashion world.
Of course, style from the 00’s has come along way and so has Stardoll. You’ll hardly believe these new fashion icons are part of the same world you once knew and loved growing up. Check them out here.
This online game brought together a community of teenagers from all across the globe to socialise and create their own virtual world. If you’re a 90’s/00’s kid then no doubt, Habbo Hotel holds a special place in your heart. In the world of Habbo, you could be anyone you wanted to be, design your own rooms, go to parties, look after pets and socialise with your friends and strangers alike. Of course, the latter got the site into a little bit of controversy because of yanno, ‘stranger danger’.
Those good times aren’t over and even now in 2019 Habbo is still vastly popular with users in over 150 countries. You can go relive your best Habbo self right here.