Kids and adults (fat chance) alike can flesh out their Kinzville with homes, stores, gardens, restaurants and none other than the Clubhouse. More importantly is the fact that fans can register their real-life Webkinz toys for prizes specific to the pets they register along with their choice of either bonus KinzCash, the game's paid currency, or an additional room for their home.
"When imagining Webkinz Friends, we looked at the areas of our site that could be fun if shared" Webkinz creative director Karl Borst said in a release. "Live in a loft surrounded by cupcake trees...park mobile homes beside a mansion! Visit your friends' Kinzville and comment on their Facebook page." (Plus, there already seems to be enough kids on Facebook whether it's allowed or not.)
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