If you go to http://www.digimon.com, you’ll notice that they have a very similar version that belongs to them that is like this game on neopets.com, and its interesting to see how they vary. First, the main characters in the digimon.com site are Tai and Agumon, and his latter, and in Neopets there is only Terriormon, and his latter. Secondly, you can only control Terriormon in Neopets, whilst you can control both Tai and Agumon in the digimon version. Very interesting. The Neopets version to me is a lot more interesting, because there are a lot of glitches and its external flash, which I enjoy. Okay, now onto the game briefing.
Secrets? No, there are no secrets to earning NPs. Just because you haven’t earned any yet doesn’t mean that you’re incapable of earning NPs. Play smart, work hard, and you’ll be a neoMillionaire in no time.
Step 1: Games
Play games. Even if you don’t “like” them, play them. They give you NPs whether you’re good at them or not. Play games–there are over 150 games; they all give NPs. I’ll say it again–play games. Got the point yet?
Step 2: Save
Don’t spend more than you have to. Keep your NPs in the Bank. If your pet is sick, go the Healing Springs in Faerieland every 30 minutes until she heals them.
The prospect of a Neopets video game has intrigued me for quite a while, and I am immensely pleased with how the game looks.
First off, the graphics are thirty times more better than the ones in the original game for PS1. Sure, we may have lost the minigames, but having a cool mote magic and Petpet power up system makes it all worthwhile.
Speaking of the mote magic system, it looks simple and easy to use. I’ve seen a screenshot with Tormund’s sword having snowflakes swirling around it, so we can bet that there are going to be a lot more elements than just fire, water, air, earth, dark and light. This is good, as Neopets now avoids the confusing concept of dual-type monsters. If only they could do the same for the TCG.
A big thanks to Suzuka (togepi_forever) for keeping us updated!
Neopets Premium is a subscription service to Neopets. It is essentially a pay-to-play service, with some extra bonuses.
People use Neopets Premium for a variety of reasons. One reason is to support the Neopets game they love so much, but also for another reason. Using Neopets Premium will allow them exclusive access to games before they are released and extra perks such as a free scratch card every week! For a definitive list on what perks are available to Neopets Premium subscribers, click here!
Neopets Premium only had a certain amount of slots available which discouraged many users who wanted it initially from getting it. Additionally, Neopets Premium, when it was created, stirred a lot of controversy among Neopets players. A lot of players believed that it was the beginning of Neopets turning into a pay-to-play service. Now many players are involved, and Neopets has expressly stated that it is not becoming exclusively a pay-to-play service. Now any user can join by getting a referral from a current Premium member.