These games offer great social experiences while also allowing huge amounts of avatar customisation.
Second Life is a free to play online life simulation game that will appeal to fans of the virtual world genre.
Through video chatting, older adults can connect with family and friends afar.
There is no longer a Teen Second Life, which once was a safer, monitored virtual world with minimal adult content.
Instead, everyone is now routed to Second Life.com, where they are able to chart their own course and socialize (via text or voice) with any of the millions of registered users from all over the world who also hang there.
In the universe of IMVU you can choose to focus entirely on content creation or use it as a place to meet new people with similar interests thanks to the community features in IMVU.
When you aren’t meeting others on IMVU players can choose to customise their 3D avatar to look like themselves or create a completely different look.
Plus, they can buy, sell, and develop land; build structures, and shop. Certainly, there's nearly as much to do in this world as there is in the real world.
But that's what also makes it a dangerous environment for kids.
Maybe visit the club district and dance the night away to which ever music takes your fancy or possibly have a few ice cold beverages at the beach.
Whilst chatting and meeting and making true friendships or flirt your life away.
If that's what you're looking for, there are lots of other bots willing to chat on that level.
But, how many bots can you have a serious, enjoyable conversation with when you're lonely, when you need advice, or when you just want someone to talk with? Amy's visitors sometimes complain that she won't engage them in adult conversation or cyber with them, as thought every bot should should do that.
But, how many bots can you have a serious, enjoyable conversation with when you're lonely, when you need advice, or when you just want someone to talk with?