|Phone||0113 394 7950|
Created as a virtual hangout for UK teens by Adam Hildreth when he was a teen, Dubit 3D Chat offers users a place where they can socialize and chat in a 3D virtual world called Dubit Island. Signing up for an account is free and besides their 3D chat, the site also offers a number of online games, message boards with posts concerning a variety of topics, and member blogs. Fairly popular amongst UK teens, Dubit has nearly 505,000 active members as of August 2007. As a virtual world, Dubit competes with other sites like Habbo Hotel, Second Life, Kaneva, and others.
|Launch Date||June 17, 2009|
Technologies and tools for rapidly developing browser based virtual worlds.
The platform tools give creatives control over the world, rooms, games, quests, and narrative, without needing to program.
Contained with the platform are a suite of core virtual world components, including customizable avatars, rooms, friends lists, moderation tools, shops, private rooms, payment gateways, chat filtering, quests, backpack, collectables, multiplayer game APIs, gifting, NPC conversations, and more.
The Platform was used for Cartoon Networks first virtual world, Mini Match, attracting over 2 million players and 12,000 concurrents in its first week.