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By Dana Cotter, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Site offers interaction and games--but is light on learning

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age 15+

Based on 25 parent reviews

age 17+


When I was young, I would play on this website and looking back, it’s terrible for children of all ages. There is tons of gross, and weird sexual things going on in that website. You can dress up your character in a stripper outfit or even act like your a baby with baby clothes. Some people on there would do mommy baby stuff and message each other weird things like (*baby explores mommy’s private* Etc. ) it’s just really disturbing and lots of weirdos on there. I wouldn’t want my kid on that site ever. Don’t allow it.

This title has:

Too much sex
Too much swearing
age 13+


I started getting on weeworld back in 2009. I used to get VIP, go to party rooms for peoples birthdays, go to chat worlds and meet new friends, etc. On weeworld you can dress however you want. To me and many others, that's important. Some kids aren't accepted for who they truly are at home. I know a guy who was gay on weeworld but in real life his parents were mean to him because he told them he was gay. You can truly express who you are on weeworld. Not only this, you can have a job, buy things, get on games, and learn new things. Although all of these are great things, there were former weemees who weren't too mature. They'd cuss, talk about sex, and bully people. Lucky for everybody, you can block characters or set your account private so that nobody sees your room. i wish they'd bring it back.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (25 ):
Kids say (109 ):

Kids can create an avatar, chat, and play games in WEEWORLD, where most of the fun revolves around socializing with other users. Luckily, the chat filters are fairly solid, and messages with references to phone numbers, e-mail addresses, or swears get blocked. However, if kids say they're over 13 when they register, they'll be able to access the site's message boards, covering topics from celebrities to causes and politics. Most forums are clean, but a few contain some iffy references--and one is dedicated to introducing users 25 and up. The most educational activities involve math-related games and challenges to run a business or accept work from other users, which can help teach kids how to manage time and money. However, to move to another level (and do a different kind of job), you may need to complete the same type of task multiple times--which can get a little boring.

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