Yeah, every e-mail network has it's scammer and Hello Kitty is one place to find a scammer trying it on.
I was amazed something like this turned up in my inbox.I thought it was a small enough community NOT to have a scammer but I suppose I was wrong.
Hello Kitty by Sanrio Town has it's own e-mail network. Hello Kitty is aimmed at the female teen/young adult market and are one of the companies to make a F2P MMO alongside their franchise.
E-mail in full:
Dear Beloved Friend.
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Na Murel, former army chief of staff of Guinea Bissau in West
Africa who was assassinated on March 1 2009 by presidential guards
to the late president Nino Vieira due to his opposition for the
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This video is class! World of Warcraft in 8-bits!
I've pretty much figure something Hello Kitty Online. From what I believe, is that it started out just like any other MMOs.The players are given skills which they can rack up experience and this is where it all gets figured out. Being a guy, I found that I only cared about building and producing items. I found a way to gather as much items I can possibly can, produce them and sell them for profit to a NPC. Unfortunately I MAXED most of the skills (Level 8) in a week and this is when I realised that Sanrio Town tweaked the game so it would discourage players from making money and grinding the skills bar using the most simplist method. Hello Kitty translation: Stop building and spend time with the other players and NPCs around the world. That's what this ga
If there something I learnt from history, it is that the American video game crash of 1983 causes customers to lose condifence in the video games console market. This doesn't mean computers suffered too. Europe wasn't effected because video games ran on computers were still successful and popular as they had better gameplay and graphics, hence why America suffered.With it happen with MMOs? I don't think MMOs would never crash as the PC platform allows MMOs to grow independently. This allows developers to freely improve every aspect of the game as the community plays. Sometimes when an MMO goes to the graveyard, it's because it's isn't doing as well as it should do. Maybe an better MMO has appeared which outdates the death of an MMO. It happens, but it doesn't means
... or day 2 and a half.
I collected the first towns recipe books. I've got a total of 39 different skills to produce stuff. They are useful to make more things. There going to be alot of production in the MMO and I've going to start resourcing to the repetitive task of collecting stuff and knocking monsters out.
I've decided to post images of locations of the world map. I like it when games use real world locations and decorate them with their game theme. I explored New York for a bit and it's really HUGE in Hello Kitty, so I'm looking forward to that. Here some images of the world map. Other locations inspired by real cities include Beijing, Tokyo, London and Paris.
I've been exploring long enough to know which companies makes MMOs and who's trying to make a MMO. Sony has offered PS3 owners with the game MAG, featuring 256 players matches and major western companies such as EA and Blizzard have made MMOs.As much as players and people use computers, there one company that hasn't even tried to make a MMO and this company is called Microsoft. I want to know and I think others want to know, where is Microsoft in the MMO market? Even if they did try to make one, why isn't it a big deal? Other then people wanting Nintendo or Google to make an MMO, I think I have a good reason why Microsoft should of even tried to make an MMO in the past few years compared to those other major companies. These are: 1. Microsoft has been in the comput
I continued playing Hello Kitty Online and I'm calling this blog 'day 2' even thou I've been playing for a few hours within the week. I got caught on the 'production' side of things. I found that everytime I did a quest and earn money, I would buy a guidebook. I think Hello Kitty has hundreds if not thousand of guidebooks to allow for synthization and production of interesting items.
The quests are not only Letterman quests (delivering items to another person), I also found there alot of production quests of cooking food, making clothing and other bits. I never felt so queer. I want to collect as many books and skills as I can to make these items. I find it's relaxing.
I also found this interesting creature called Boxpig and there an angry version too, called Angry Boxpig! Makes
I'm am a person who decided to give up this most powerful computer in the household for a low grade laptop. Money is tight but I still want to play MMOs.I have to say that unfortunately some MMOs are so powerful, it makes me wonder if they were made for millions of people who want to experience the same thing. I have a choice of MMO that I liked, however the graphics are so powerful and they're latest update is set out in a way that I can't afford to wait. It took so long to enter the game that the game crash. I look at the activaty and this MMO is lacking players, hence I wonder why it's being running. I'm beginning to see that the MMO with the least amount of power to run them are much more successful then the MMO that need a mountain of power to run them. I als