Onverse PC

Onverse PC

Average User Rating:
4.0
out of 4 votes

Quick Specs

  • Version:
    0.9.327.4479
  • Total Downloads:
    1,595
  • Date Added:
    July 09, 2013
  • File Size:
    1.04MB
  • Downloads Last Week:
    3
  • Operating Systems:
    Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/2003/Vista/Server 2008/7/8

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  • 1 stars

    "Waste of time"

    March 24, 2013   |   By pSychocent

    Version: Onverse PC 0.9.797.4313

    Pros

    Pretty scenery and neat cartoon costumes.

    Cons

    Customer service is most 13 year olds and the adults that are on there act 13. They were too busy telling me I was a troll than to take action. Then there are the suspensions which I wouldn't have a problem with if it were fair across the board and not a pick and choose. Snotty moderators and a CEO who sides with them on default. Terrible experience and a huge waste of time.

    Summary

    Nothing is as advertised on this game and I don't expect it to be around much longer.

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  • 5 stars

    "A safe online world that is fun for kids of all ages."

    February 06, 2012   |   By jakohardre

    Version: Onverse PC 0.9.797.4313

    Pros

    - It is safe for my kids
    - There are guides to protect them from hackers
    - It has a lot of games to play
    - It does not have a single virus

    Cons

    There are not that many... My only problem my kids had with the game were that there were just a few player points to start with.

    Summary

    My kids love onverse and have a great time hanging out with friends of theirs from school and church. You dont have to worry about any hackers or bullies because of there being a lot of guides to keep my computer and most importantly my kids safe.

    My kids beg me to let them buy vip and cash coins so they can do more stuff on it. Well at first i didnt know what they were talkng about but when they showed me lots of parent reviews and after i watched them play it for a while i saw that it was perfectly safe so i let them use their money to buy the stuff.

    Onverse is allways expanding and making new ways for my kids to have fun on it.

    Updated on Feb 6, 2012

    On onverse there is no such thing as being hacked or getting a virus because of the guides and creators

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  • 5 stars

    "Wow... Just wow!!!"

    February 08, 2010   |   By Dani210

    Version: Onverse 0.6

    Pros

    Very community-oriented, includes forum and team of 5 developers that are part of it

    Growing all the time, new items and worlds created constantly

    Stable, with the great team of developers, the game has few problems

    Fun, Icefall FTW! read below...

    Cons

    Not many... I suppose since it's still in Beta, you may have problems with the game, although as mentioned above it's very stable. My only problem I had with the game was that there were just 5 songs or so (soon to change)

    Summary

    Onverse yourself... Get Inside!
    Basically, this game is almost 8 months old; yet the things that it has, which other games have, it perfects. For example, when moving things around in your home, you can basically put anything anywhere requiring effortless modifications.
    Even though this perfection sometimes causes updates to come out later than possible, it doesn't seem that way as the developers always work long hours and try at everything they do, causing an update to come sooner than a less dedicated task force.

    It isn't just a 3D virtual world; it?s a fun 3D virtual world.
    Collecting money for yourself, spending it, and talking to people is something that all MMO's have. What Onverse's competition lacks is the fun and uniqueness embedded in the game that makes you want to come back, not because of your striving to be the best in that game, but because you like playing Onverse.
    We have a highly competitive mini-game called Icefall, which is almost like a snowball fight, but on a platform of tiles that are constantly breaking down and falling until one tile remains. You can also customize your home with the large selection of furniture available and the infinitesimal number of ways to set it up. There are tons of outfits to buy for yourself, and for in-game money too, not only with real money. Even just getting the in-game money is unique; you smash barrels/coconuts, dig up rocks with a click (not like runescape), catch rabbits/fireflies, and shoot off fireworks. (These things aren't ever lying around in the same place by the way, they have different spawn areas.)

    Onverse is always growing.
    Items are being created as they are suggested, such as the Michael Jackson Thriller Jacket. It?s almost exciting to wait for the game?s next update. Although playing a game in Beta may mean there are problems, for most users it is more like you are part of the beginning of a game that will only get better. However, Onverse is very stable so reporting problems is seldom; I have more problems with Windows XP, Firefox, and iTunes than I do with Onverse.
    Items aren't the only things added though... New worlds and major features are being implemented in each and every update. Some of the past ones include The Learning Center, Ancient Moon, Pets, Icefall, and stores such as The Costume Closet and Factory Fresh (features new items). Future ones that will happen include a ton of vehicles, a patcher to allow small updates at any time, and a complete storyline with the origins of Onverse.

    Who Makes All this Possible?
    There are only five developers. Yes five. These aren't just any computer geeks though; they are the best. Not any programmer was accepted as an employee?they were chosen specifically by Steve Pierce (who came up with the idea of Onverse) and it has grown with those five people.
    Everyone who has played Onverse for more than a month knows all of them. Each of these five keep close contact with the Onverse community through the forums, actually responding to ideas and paying attention to what we want. They play the game with us, talk to us like normal people, and are very friendly.
    These five started this game by themselves and are the sole people responsible for the game. Onverse isn't owned by a game company, it is owned by the developers. And so, the developers truly love this game, which absolutely shows through.

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  • 5 stars

    "A great new virtual world that will blow you away!"

    January 26, 2010   |   By Arathym

    Version: Onverse 0.6

    Pros

    - Free apartment, clothing, furniture and tools.
    - Explore for points to upgrade all this stuff.
    - Huge world full of friends and games.

    Cons

    - Needs more music. Only 2 dance clubs currently.
    - Small team of developers, but they've had 7 updates so far.

    Summary

    Onverse is a great virtual world that is more game-like than most of those chat-based worlds out there. It is still in beta, but they have already had a lot of improvements and additions to their world, from new communities, pets, an FPS game attachment (IceFall), puzzles, tools, and thousands of funriture and clothing additions. The stores update every hour so there seems to always be something new to shop for.

    Give it a try, you won't be disappointed!

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    What's new in version 0.9.327.4479
    The world has been completely updated from top to bottom. New areas, new stores, new games, new everything.
    General
    Publisher Onverse
    Publisher web site http://www.onverse.com
    Release Date July 21, 2011
    Date Added July 09, 2013
    Version 0.9.327.4479
    Category
    Category Games
    Subcategory Simulation
    Operating Systems
    Operating Systems Windows 2003, Windows 2000, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows XP, Windows Me, Windows, Windows Vista, Windows 98
    Additional Requirements None
    Download Information
    File Size 1.04MB
    File Name OnverseInstall_Beta_0_9_327_4479.exe
    Popularity
    Total Downloads 1,595
    Downloads Last Week 3
    Pricing
    License Model Free
    Limitations Not available
    Price Free

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