Hello from Zepeto world! This mobile virtual world is created by Naver, a South Korean company, and is immensely popular with over 300 million users. I had never heard of it before until a few days ago when I saw Truth Hawks promoted his brand Super Fun in Zepeto. You can now dress your avatar in even more Truth stuff in other worlds!
I decided to try Zepeto, and in just a few minutes, I had a cute avatar that looks like Gogo. Within 24 hours, I had invited several Second Life friends to join, taken photos, made videos, and even set up a social media account like Instagram.
One of my favorite things about Zepeto is that I can pose with friends even when they aren’t there. Zepeto has these things called Express with booths, which are pre-made templates for videos and photos that come with music and poses. You can go into a booth, add members (yourself and your friends), take a photo or video, and either upload it to your feed or download it to share it somewhere else. This only takes a few seconds, which is why I like Zepeto so much.
It’s like a mini-version of Second Life for your phone, and they do so many things right that I can see a lot of Second Life users and people who just like fun dress-up games playing this.
Things that I like about Zepeto:
- ~17,000 FREE coins when you sign up
- Earn free coins/zems by doing mini tasks like watching ads
- Easy to make cute avatars
- Poses and Gestures are built-in
- Express with booths for photos/videos
- You can change your username every 30 days for FREE
- Chat function
- Built-in social media presence for your avatar
I’m fairly new to Zepeto so I’m not as good as some of the users there and I don’t know everything about it. If you look up Zepeto on YouTube, you’ll see people making music videos and showing all aspects of customization and creativity in the game.
Are you likely to try Zepeto? Let me know in the comments and follow me @JuicyBomb there!