One of my favorite sites to play on is neopets.com. You may remember it from long ago as being a very popular pet site where you have pets, do quest, and participate in many community events. Neopets was originally created for college students, and still maintains a large community of adult players. For many, Neo is an escape from real life problems when you sometimes just need a break. I, personally, enjoy the chatting and different page coding opportunities.
I am by no means an advanced coder, but can do html and edit CSS. Coding was also a really go way for me, growing up, to learn to type. Goodness know you do an absurd amount of typing coding and often have to reread over code and edit multiple times before it is ready to publish.
But back to neopets. As I was saying...
Because of the older fan base on Neo, it was recently sold to Jumpstar by Viacom. Many Neopets players, or Neopians as they are called, have hope that some aspects of the site will become a little bit more relaxed. So far not much has changed, but hope will remain that some of the old undesirable aspects of neo will be updated of changed.
One of the greatest issues with one of their largest site events is the creation of computer programs that play the games for users and the fact that no mobile app exist for Neopets. Since Jumpstar is a company that makes apps, a new app is sure to be on the way soon! Enough about Neo for now, though I do have some thoughts on the recent Cosmos program and will post about that soon. I hope you enjoyed my rambling about neopets and hope my future post will interest you.