Parents' Guide to

Woozworld - Explore your avatar identity & fame in a live chat virtual world

By Dana Anderson, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Trendy virtual world with heavy push to buy, buy, buy.

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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this app.

Community Reviews

age 14+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 15+


There is a point in money spending in store which may handle into always spending weekly for new store outfits. Teens will be able to go to singles or non parties, but no one really talks; people will try to act black and use racial terms and get around the tag barrier, by changing letters around, adding more or spacing them out with 'xc' eg. "hey xc ugly you look like a hood xc rat' If you're not feeling as if your kid will learn in this virtual community, please advise and not let them use it. Make sure to also keep an eye on them to assure they don't play the game behind your back or use your card to purchase virtual clothes.

This title has:

Too much swearing
Too much consumerism
age 13+

Woozworld review

Woozworld WAS a really nice virtual game but i don't know what happened.. the game has a lot of bullying problems, hacking and, even though there are censors for bad words- alot of cursing. I would not recommend this game for children under thirteen.

This title has:

Easy to play/use
Too much swearing

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (2):
Kids say (7):

Woozworld - Explore your avatar identity & fame in a live chat virtual world has lot of social rules and safety guidelines in place. But the overwhelming message to buy, buy, buy can detract from the better aspects of this virtual world. During the course of this review, not a lot of substantive chat conversations between kids were observed (most were about selling and buying stuff or were invites to "singles" parties). Also, slow loading times made moving from place to place very difficult. (At the time of this review, the developer had included a note on the App Store that it is aware of this problem and was working to fix it.) Posting messages through the app's chat feature also was​ glitchy. Although Woozworld's overall safety standards and community rules for kids are admirable, and the virtual world has many places to visit, some parents of tweens may find the consumerism and party push too much for younger kids new to virtual worlds.

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