February 20, 2012Mandi Morrison
My children love to go on Computer Games and have recently got into some online games, although there are not many they are allowed to go on, unless I have checked that they are suitable, so I was very pleased to hear that Disney were going to release Superbia…

Fans of Disney Channel shows will be pleased to learn that Disney UK has launched Superbia,, a fun and entertaining online game where kids can safely play in digital areas inspired by Disney Channel’s hit shows and popular characters.
The vibrant city of Superbia features a variety of Disney Channel inspired places for kids to explore such as the Hannah Montana concert hall, Shake It Up dance studio and other sites dedicated to hit shows like Good Luck Charlie, A.N.T. Farm and The Suite Life on Deck. The latest location to be added to the city of Superbia is Jessie’s New York Penthouse apartment where players can buy Jessie themed items to decorate their house in the latest Manhattan style and dress up like their favourite Jessie characters. There will also be a quest where they can win a very special house guest (Mr Kipling – the family’s pet lizard) for their in-game Superbia house.
As a citizen of Superbia, users can choose their own personalised avatars, select special outfits, decorate their own virtual rooms or visit the virtual homes of their favourite Disney Channel characters. Players also face the challenge of creating new desserts for the ice cream parlour and undertake a series of quests to unlock cool new rooms in the community.
Superbia is based on Disney Channel Italy’s hugely popular social game, Fun and Friends, which boasts over 60,000 registered users, numerous dedicated fan forums and Facebook pages. Superbia is the newest addition to Disney’s successful collection of digital environments, which includes the Children’s BAFTA-nominated website Club Penguin, the world’s most successful virtual world for kids.
A unique platform for self-expression and personalisation, Superbia contains exciting and engaging content to create a truly unique online experience for kids. Superbia is a safe online game, giving parents the confidence that their children can enjoy the internet securely.
The four eldest children have all tried the game and gave it a big thumbs up, go and try with your children and let me know what you think.

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