Relive your childhood nostalgia with the new Neopets mobile site.
Does anyone remember creating your first Neopet and taking it on a journey through Neopia?
If you feel nostalgic just thinking about it, here’s some exciting news for you: Neopets is making a comeback!
Neopets announced on Jun 6 that it launched a beta mobile site. In a video posted on its Twitter, Neopets thanked fans for their support in the last 20 years.
It also asked for fans to help test the mobile site.
“While this is an open beta, we’re in the very early stages of development and looking forward to all your feedback to help guide the product moving forward,” said Neopets brand manager Stephanie Lord.
2000s kids will remember logging into the game as soon as you were allowed to use the computer and checking on your Neopet’s vitals to make sure they were well taken care of. The Neopets were whimsical-looking creatures but for those who didn’t have real pets, they were the closest thing to an animal companion.
I logged into the new mobile site and I was pleased to have been greeted by the same bright graphics that had kept my attention as a kid. The appearance of the site remains mostly unchanged and the characters still looked fascinating to me.
If you still remember your login details, check out the new Neopets mobile site and explore Neopia again from the convenience of your mobile phone. Otherwise, you can create an account and start afresh with a new Neopet to accompany you through the lands of Neopia!
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