Finally A chat site that breaks free from the mould of the old IRC and msn text style chat. The most exiting thing on msn and co is having arguments with people. On Habbo you can do this with so much more.You control a Habbo (basically a little person) of which you can design to look like yourself or anythin you want. From Afros to mohicans, you can give your Habbo either the most daring or the most simplistic looks you want.
The advantage to moving around is that there are many different conversations of which you can join in. Also, if you are bored, you just go to speak with someone else without changing rooms
You can move your habbo around in the rooms make them dance and even get them non-alcoholic drinks.
Also you give your habbo a name and a life goal. People see the name when you speak and the goal when they click on you.All of it is on Shockwave which is an internetplayer that makes the chat look like it could be on a game.
Surprisingly their are no downloads apart from the shockwave player which can use for any number of things.Their are loads of official Habbo Hotel Rooms all of which are listed below (more rooms are added all the time):
A Quick Run Through:
A big room with no real high points apart from you can get a Drink of water.
Much like Basement Lobby but different people inside.
A room with a theatre set out, it even has its own play, habbonation street.
A fast food restraunt in which it is impossible to get any food (much like one in real life then.)
A coffee shop which looks like it could be real, its set out is so typical.
The Dirty Duck Pub:
A pub in which you can't get any alcohol. Depressing innit?
Habbo Lido II:
Same as Habbo Lido but with different habbos in.
Like Cafe ole but different Decore.
where the food is made. The chef gets very annoyed with you!.
Credits can be bought by text message, credit card or post. You can only buy them by text if you are on Vodafone.Although Habbo Hotel is an absolutely brilliant site and revolutionary for chat on the net it does get a boring after a while and sometimes, when you log on, the screen crashes.
Try it. You'll love it.©Madlads35 (matthew Britton) 2002 for uk.ciao.com
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