Welcome to Amazing World! An open-world, multiplayer extravaganza created by the makers of Webkinz. Play for free or become a member for just $3.99 a month to unlock extra characters, features, and content. The loveable Zings need your help to defeat the evil Queen Vexa so join the adventure today!
User reviews: Mostly Positive (1,782 reviews)
Release Date: Aug 7, 2014

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March 26

Get ready for an egg-ceptional Easter!

Take a look at the tons of Easter themed features going on in Amazing World this April!

EASTER EGG HUNT!

What is Easter without an Easter egg hunt? Log onto Amazing World from March 26 until the end of April to participate in the Egg-Scramble hunt!

ADD TO YOUR ZING FAMILY!

Nibbles is the fluffiest Zing that you will see in Amazing World! Members who login in April will receive a FREE Nibbles zing

Not a Member?! Grab a Membership any time between April 1st and 30th and you too will get a FREE Nibbles zing!

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March 12

The Treehouse!

NEW in Amazing World…enjoy your very own Treehouse! Your Zing will LOVE swinging, jumping, and playing in their awesome new hangout. Hop inside and decorate your Treehouse just the way you want! It’s time to play – the Treehouse is now available at Brick’s shop!

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Reviews

“Amazing World is a nice choice for young gamers, particularly those who are seeking out their first MMO.”
Joystiq - Massively

“The children’s MMO space has been in need of something fresh and exciting for a long time and Amazing World is that game.”
9.5 – Games Finder

“Graphically speaking Amazing World is well, amazing. It is full of bright colors and is the sort of happy place that warms your heart a little when you look at it.”
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About This Game

The evil Queen Vexa and her minions have invaded Amazing World. Now the Zings need YOU to help save their beloved home!

Choose your character and jump right into tons of quests, mini-games, and multiplayer events as you explore this family friendly, fully featured 3D MMO!

Amazing Features


  • Hundreds of Character Quests: Play hilarious, fully voiced stories to boost your skills!
  • Decorate Your World: Hundreds of items to customize your home and yard.
  • Cooperative Adventures: Team up with friends to thwart mischievous enemies!
  • Competitive Play: Compete with friends to earn the golden crown!
  • Dress Up: Choose from hundreds of clothing items and design your own outfits!
  • Epic Monsters: Work with friends to defend Amazing World from Vexa's monstrous crew.
  • Hunt For Treasure: Grab a map and a shovel to search for legendary treasure!
  • Drive the Springmobile: Hop in and speed through exciting Character Quests!
  • Go Fishing: Cast a line and then display your fish in a new aquarium!
  • Achievements: Show off your skills by claiming every achievement!
  • Collections: Complete collections to earn exclusive items!
  • Kid friendly: Violence free. Moderated and filtered chat (parental approval required).

http://www.amazingworld.com

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: 2.5GHz Intel Pentium Dual-Core
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: HD Intel Graphics 4000 or NVIDIA® GeForce® 8800 GT (512 MB) or ATI™ Radeon™ HD 4850 or equivalent
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: OSX Lion
    • Processor: 2.8GHz Intel Core 2 DUO
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 3000 / 4000
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
Helpful customer reviews
383 of 468 people (82%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
0.5 hrs on record
Posted: January 31
I thought all in the world was lost.

I had no job, no wife, no children, not even hope.

But then, in the distant sunlight, there it was.

I had found it.

The Amazing World.

I rapidly pressed the installl button.

I accepted the install.

I watched as 7 minutes, turned to 3 minutes, 2 minutes, 1 minute.

Done.

I pressed the play button as fast as I could.

My heart beating, I waited.

Every second it took to load, felt like an eternity.

All of a sudden, there it was.

As the colorful letters reminded me of an age long gone, I started to cry.

I passed out.

When I woke up, my nose was bleeding. My house, completed trashed.

My TV knocked over, my pantries emptied, even my Debit Cards were maxed out.

Except...

The computer.

The computer was the only thing that was saved. I investigated the area.

The game was on, and somehow I had all of the items in the game.

I had not a single penny left.

I now live on the streets, I live off of rat carcasses and slightly used vodka.

Enter at your own risk.
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133 of 159 people (84%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
36.0 hrs on record
Posted: February 9
A kid added me just 2 call me an "autistic donut".
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90 of 102 people (88%) found this review helpful
77.2 hrs on record
Posted: May 22
When I first saw this game released on Steam, my inner child squeaked of excitement: finally a MMO in which you can play as a teddy bear, how awesome is this!!! Five minutes after I started the game, the enthusiasm was replaced by a huge disappointment because I realized it's a game heavily based on micro transactions despite the fact that it is advertised as free to play on the store page. It is free to play indeed, but only until you reach level 10 (out of 50 currently possible); after that you need a monthly subscription to progress further. I decided to pay for 1 month, because I wanted to explore the whole content and maybe reach the end game.

The target audience being mostly children, this game was designed to be very accessible and enjoyable for kids. The story is very simplistic: you need to protect the world from Queen Vexa and her minions called Nix. There is no actual combat; “fighting” is done by running over the minions.

The graphics are cute and very colorful and the fact that there is no violence in this game turns the gameplay into a very optimistic and positive experience for a kid. But if you’re an adult, you’re probably going to feel out of place (don’t read: “pedophile”), both because of the simplistic nature of the game and because of the community.

Half of the gameplay consists in completing quests for the NPCs, which in turn award you with experience and some silver coins that you can spend in the game shop to buy decorative items for your personal home. Each quest is a mini game of different sorts: either a jigsaw puzzle, or driving a car and collecting items, or some very basic platforming bits and many others. There are some group activities as well, in which you need to collect things or run over the enemies. The quests are very repetitive and become boring very fast. There’s no difference in being level 50 or level 10, except for the fact that some of the items from the shop are locked for lower levels. So in my opinion, there’s no reason or motivation to pay for a subscription and level all way up to 50.

The other half of the gameplay consists in gathering numerous collectible items. And here’s the catch: you can obtain around 75% of them from the shop or from the group activities, but for the other 25% you need some special in-game currency (gold coins) that is purchased with real money only. Of course, each of these collections is linked to a Steam achievement, so if you want to go for 100% achievements, be prepared to throw big money at them. This was one of the things that set me back a lot, since I consider that a game that offers special items for real money should at least be free of charge (no subscription needed). Or if a subscription is required, then this special currency should also be obtainable through other means in game, without having to pay for it (unless you really want to do so). Even more so, I consider that the achievements for these collections, which can be completed only by spending $10-$20 on each, should be completely banned from Steam. Until recently there was no way to obtain these gold coins by only playing the game without a subscription; however, since they increased some of the prices a lot and added many new special items, they decided to add to the group events some occasional rewards consisting in very small amounts of this currency. For every group event you are now eligible to obtain 20-50 gold coins, which means that you need to participate in hundreds of these events, bordering to 1000 for a couple of achievements, and all this assuming that you get something every time you play. This is practically a sad and lame joke from Ganz’ part.

Bottom line: I don’t recommend this game since its sole purpose is to drain your wallet. And don’t show it to your little kids either, since they’ll probably start begging you to buy them silly things that cost a lot of money.
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49 of 58 people (84%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
302.4 hrs on record
Posted: May 14
BUYER BEWARE !
Or at least Steam 100% achievers Be Warned !!
It feels like this game could be headed into the leach your Steam Wallet dry genre.
Will be keeping track of the new collection and changes to premium currency in the comments.


Even if it falls on deaf ears, I felt had to be said for the future of not knowing how many new random events they will implement with 1 or more collections / steam achievements that will require eStore Points currency. (micro-transaction purchases or a membership purchase).
http://www.ganzestore.com/estore/catalog/points

Despite the negative reviews about it not being free to play due to level capping at 10 out of 50 unless you purchased a membership it was cute so I gave it a try. Looked like a fun casual MMO. And I had a positive review up until this Sushi update introducing a collection & steam achievement requiring the currency you buy versus earned while playing, with no other option.

I questioned but ignored when extra Karma's Wheel spins were increased to 500 eStore currency, which was (i think) previously 100.
But this new in game collection (also Steam achievement), "All You Can Eat" requires 10,000 eStore Points to buy 3 sushi items in the World Shop. It has no place being a Steam achievement without a second option in my opinion, such as website Moneyz.
http://www.ganzworld.com/rewards/ganzworld-rewards-items-amazing-world/


Im sure the response would say something about implementing the ability to win eStore currency if you win gold on a team game. Sadly the chance & amount are random and very little.

I won 45 eStore Points playing Groggy team play before writing this, which is the largest ive ever seen. So give or take if you were lucky enough to win each time, and that amount. Only 223 wins to finish that one new achievement.
- But my next win was only 25...which would make it 400 wins to get the needed amount.
- My third win I got zero eStore Points.



On the positive side.

Their Customer Service when using the Ganz web form has been outstanding. When I first found AW I paid for a year membership and that gives 5,000 eStore monthly. However, I have a glitch that it didn't automatically happen so I would have to contact them to get it, and the reply always within a few days.
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32 of 35 people (91%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
3.6 hrs on record
Posted: March 7
I got legitimately sad when I couldn't level up anymore without a membership and then actually considered buying one. I'm 22. Ross this is all your fault.
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