If anyone out there has ever played Disney’s Toontown Online, it’s back – in the form of a fan ‘rewrite’. Only toons will understand my title.
Why do I play a children’s game? Because I’m a rebel at heart, and I don’t do typical adult things. Hence one of my many toons’ names, Rebel At Heart, a crimson rabbit. Why am I a rebel? Because I had a strict mother.
I wasn’t allowed to own video games. I was lucky I had a computer, but we owned no games, because back then Apple IIe was so basic, there were virtually no games to play. Oh, wait. I had a couple of educational games. I had to use my brain, which I also don’t do. Having children kind of fried half of it.
I doubt many here play on any of the fan Toontown platforms – or video games, for that matter – but if you ever see a crimson rabbit by the above name, it’s me. If you need help, just reference this entry.
Finally, before anyone judges me for playing a children’s game, or calls me weird or creepy, let me assure you, I’m not a sicko. And, there are over 4,000 adults in the Toontown Rewritten community. A good third of them are over the age of 40. We are a helping community, since there are so many bullies online.
Each day, there are specific scheduled activities, open to anyone – not just ATTA members. What’s ATTA? Adult Toontown Addicts. And since there’s a safety feature in chat, we aren’t allowed to say the word addict. So when a non-ATTA member runs across us in a huge group, waiting to do a boss battle, we tell them we are adult toontown ‘attics’. Then, we either get “Can I join the run?”, or they disappear.
And there you have it. This is what I spend a lot of my time doing. Now if only I could figure out how to record my own content for my YouTube Channel.
PS: That’s a doodle. They are our pets, and we all love them more than the game itself.