Halloween on Momio

Here at watAgame, we pride ourselves in providing a safe environment for kids, who want to spend their time online playing Momio. We have set out a few rules and we continuously talk to our users through our Momio police officer Jack about the dos and don’ts of safety online. Scary stories, pictures and videos are simply not allowed, since they can frighten the youngest momios. 

A SPOOKY EXCEPTION

Halloween is a bit special though. Through the English language media, it’s very prevalent in our culture – even if we don’t celebrate it personally. And kids naturally talk about it and post tutorial videos about Halloweenish make-up or decorations. Working against the users in this case would be counterproductive. So when Halloween started on Momio, we had an informative post from Jack about the limits. We still prohibit really scary or disturbing things, of course. But spookiness is allowed – it’s is such a great opportunity for dressing up as ghosts, vampires and witches, we just can’t take it from the users. And they understand where the border lies.

Here are some edits made by our users. We provide the items, but their imagination makes the whole thing come to life in an original and fun way!

Happy Momioween!

LL54321 from Danish Momio

LL54321 from Danish Momio

PlastikJunge from German Momio

PlastikJunge from German Momio

Cilla ck from Swedish Momio

Cilla ck from Swedish Momio

Helmidia from Finnish Momio

Helmidia from Finnish Momio

Atoz from Norwegian Momio

Atoz from Norwegian Momio

Diana
About the author:

Diana Cereniewicz, watAgame

Diana Cereniewicz is a Polish Community Manager. She started working at watAgame in June 2015 when Momio was launched in Poland. She has a master’s degree in English literature and language, and dabbles in translation and interpretation as well. She also does diverse online content creation and moderation.