Participants at Dizzywood’s virtual summer camp can earn badges in several areas, such as gardening and exploring, which are designed to build confidence and provide a connection for children to participate in real-world activities in their communities.
Achievement badges are also awarded to players for specific accomplishments in-game, such as helping to rebuild the road to Canal City, or voting in the annual election for Chief Poobah. When kids earn a badge, it is displayed in the game on their player profile card for friends to see.
Here's a round-up of some of the summer activities taking place in Dizzywood:
- Players can now earn achievement badges for cultivating in-game skills, such as exploring and gardening, and for specific accomplishments such as voting in the annual election for Chief Poobah. The badges are displayed on player profile cards and designed to build confidence in young children.
- Dizzywood is fostering teamwork and collaboration in a fun meta-game of Color War, as part of its virtual summer camp for kids. Players can often be found at their team clubhouses self-organizing rallies to boost their team points and proudly displaying their team colors.
- Kids can now earn a membership to Dizzywood through the SmartyCard program. SmartyCard allows kids to earn stuff they want by completing educational and grade-appropriate activities. Rewards include subscriptions to their favorite virtual worlds, including Dizzywood.
Looks like there are lots of fun activities and games for kids to play in the virtual playground at Camp Dizzywood. All the fun of summer camp--without the mosquitoes!