Virtual world for open-ended, imaginative play.
Miga Town: My World is a new addition to Miga Town's series. To spark the creativity of 6 to 12-year-olds, the game has children navigating city scenes and engaging with all the things they find within them. The game features three free scenes at the hamburger and milkshake joint, a clothes and accessories shop, and an apartment. If these episodes are not enough, parents can buy additional scenes for a small price.
Is Miga World free?
Miga Town: My World is a free, open-ended virtual world where children are free to play (similar to another kid's game, Toca Life). Here, there are no rules or instructions that players ought to obey specifically. Kids simply move items and characters to a number of locations; in each room, players can select, drag, and engage with each item. They can explore and play it in any way that they want.
For example, they can take the food out of the refrigerator, cook it in the oven, open and close the doors, and so on. Parents are expected to guide their kids while they’re playing. One example is a poster that says 'Better Me' and a statue that says 'rich.' Children can also communicate with other characters in the rooms. From a third-person point of view, they will change their wardrobe, hair, personality, clothing, etc.
My World's basic user interface is intended to be a simulation for pre-teens. Kids can also enjoy the characters, props, and environments. It should encourage them to explore the elements of role-playing and storytelling. The game doesn't have the same number of details and choices as the Toca Life series, including the opportunity to document their game (which is popular in children's games that wish to share their creative stories with their parents).
Great starter game for kids
Miga Town: My World is a simple role-playing game that children will enjoy exploring and interact with. When 'more-is-more' for children, this game has a small collection of characters and locations. Parents may choose to buy additional locations after their child explores the three free locations that come with the game, extending gameplay even further. This makes the game more suitable for children who are new to sensory toys and video gaming.