Angelpi are sweet adorable little kitties for your Neopet to look after. It looks like a Petpet, acts like a Petpet, but when frightened, it makes a loud wail like a Wocky! It looks really mean but the Cobrall is a great companion for any Neopet. It can spit Negg juice up to 30 feet.
These rather sad looking Petpets cant move very fast and often end up being carried by their owners. A Warf is a cross between a thingy, and ermsomething else! With its huge sticky feet and incredible sense of balance the Hopso can leap from anywhere and land on anything. This pretty puppy will fetch anything that is thrown for it. It rarely opens its mouth, but when it does, its 20 foot long tongue can catch any fly. The Poppit is a strange insect like creature. It uses suction to stick onto walls, and if it needs to, it sucks air into its body and can fire itself up into the sky!
What Spardels lack in intelligence they more than make up for with love. Babaas are easily scared and will hide under your Neopets bed when suprised. With two pairs of ears Urchulls are very good at listening, if you get them to stop chattering that is. This double horned fishy thing can breathe out of water. Nuranna also have the ability to float in mid air for short periods of time. Donna Williams in late 1999.
There is no set objective for the users, but they are expected to feed and care for their Neopets when they grow hungry or ill. Neopets will not die if neglected, but their health can limit their gameplay. Neopets come in a variety of species and colors and users can create or adopt their own. Users can obtain items to interact with their Neopet, such as books to read and toys to play with them. Neopets can be customised with certain clothing items, paint brushes, transformation potions, and accessories. Users can build a customisable Neohome for their Neopets and furnish it with furniture, wallpaper, and flooring.
Battledome but they cannot die there. Neopia is a virtual planet with fantasy lands inhabited by Neopets and other virtual creatures. Users can earn Neopoints through various means including playing games and selling items, which can be invested or used to buy various virtual goods and services. While there is no set objective for users, interactive storylines are sometimes released that introduce changes to the planet such as new lands. The site is regularly updated with features like new games, items and content. There are different types of submissions that will be accepted. Users can earn Neopoints from playing games.
Most games have a set maximum earnings or playtime. Users can also participate in contests and spotlights judged by staff to showcase the users’ talents. Monthly competitions also exist for multiplayer games with four week-long elimination rounds. Users can also exchange real money for Neocash, used exclusively for the NC Mall. Users can earn Neopoints through playing games, selling items, and other transactions. Users can open their own shops to sell items, sometimes after obtaining those items at a lower price from sources such as other shops or charities. Items may also be exchanged through trade or auction.
Most avatars must be «unlocked» by completing certain in-game tasks, such as winning a contest or getting a high score on a game. Users may request other users to be «Neofriends» or block other users from contacting them. 13 years of age cannot access any of the site’s communication features without sending in parental consent via fax. Guilds, groups of users with similar interests and their own message board. Discussions through these features are restricted and may not involve topics such as dating and romance or controversial topics like politics and religion. He shared this idea with Donna Williams and the two started work on the site in September 1999, with Powell responsible for the programming and the database and Williams the web design and art. Powell stated that the original goal was to «keep university students entertained, and possibly make some cash from banner advertising». January of the following year. February 2000 and began business April 28. The website was redesigned on April 27, 2007 and included changes to the user interface and the ability to customise Neopets.