Okay, so I checked out Dizzywood when it was first mentioned here on the Dis, and wasn't so sure I would like it. It seems to be geared towards pre-teen girls, at first glance, but I gave it a test. It is still in Beta, so there have been some lag issues and issues with links not working. Customer service does, however, respond to all emails. There is a blog, with a link to that on the login page. I do suggest anyone who wishes to play Dizzywood to check out the blog, as there is a lot of information there. Okay, my review. I played Dizzywood for a couple of weeks now and I'm hooked! I'm no pre-teen, haven't been for a um little while now. hehe However...I like it! There are almost daily mini-quests, there is a history to the game, as though it were a real place. Lots of games to play, items to find and sell, pets to create and give treats to, secret locations to find, even a room to furnish (so far, there is no option to actually sit on the furniture). Conservation is a lesson taught there. When you plant virtual trees to save the forest, a REAL tree is planted in your name. Pretty cool! You can have buddies in the game, as well. When you first log on, you'll see a list of servers. I believe they are up to 9 now. If there's a star by the server name, that means one of your friends is playing on that server, so it's easy to find friends. You can't jump to them, however, you have to go to the room they are in and walk or skate around searching for them. There is no messaging system in the game. Dizzywood is a MODERATED game. Safe for all ages. You can type out numbers, but not the numerals. There is no "taken" there. If you say something out of line, your chat will be suspended. I didn't test the chat, as I didn't want a ban on my account, but parents should test that, if you feel there would be a danger there to your children. Notice the red whistle near the typing space? That is your call for help in game. There is also a report a problem link on the bottom of the page. Either will send a report of a bad player. I took a few screen shots, but I didn't want to give too much away about the gaming aspect. You can see how the inventory is set up. It's not the best system, but everything is in a specific area, not all jumbled together. My backpack. This contains everything you've collected in Dizzywood. Your buddy list is there also. As you can see, this screen shot contains one of many NPCs found in the game. There are fruits and gems that float. Each is worth 1 point if you walk through them. Hyperlinks to other places and/or games are highlighted in blue. Gaming Stations. These are located in every room, but private rooms. They are also highlighted in blue. This location is the Garden Gazebo. You can earn seeds, plant them, cultivate them and pot them to be placed in your room! Cool plants, too! Clothing can be changed to any color you wish. No need to buy 50 shirts to have every color, just one will do! I took this pic in my room, which I've done to look like the beach, sort of...notice the plants in the background. Those are all from the Garden Gazebo games. Skateboarding! You can ride in free mode and get through rooms fairly quickly. The newest room in Dizzywood, the Secret Beach. You'll have to find a teleporter key and portal to get here. Just opened Wednesday, June 11, I believe. Now it's your turn. Check out the game and post your opinions here. I really do think this is a great way for families to play together! If you join because of my review and use the code: Table 667, I get secret items. Just throwin' that out there...no obligations whatsoever! Happy questing!