Wed, 24 Feb 2010 6:32p.m.
MiniMonos is a social networking site which teaches kids about sustainability and ethical living.
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14/10/2010 7:18:30 a.m.
they are doing a free member give away!!
24/04/2010 10:38:21 a.m.
The Interveiw is amazing! Im currently the monkey fo the Week and I'm a Mini Monkey Mod. MiniMonos is a great game to hang out, go bananas, meet new friends, and play around! We have tons of fun on Twitter with the staff and we through awesome parties on the game! Every Friday, we send in pictures of us recycling things. i love how MiniMonos inspires me and everyone else to help the earth more and persuade others to do it also. This game could really be the future. :) ~MiniPenguitt~
26/02/2010 2:27:16 a.m.
I play minimonos and have started playing it more than club penguin,webosaurs,wiglington and wenks,binweevils and more.It is an amazing game-lewisrae
24/02/2010 8:48:32 p.m.
Lets tweet about this
24/02/2010 8:44:21 p.m.
Great Interview. It shows that miniMonos is a educational Game out there :)
24/02/2010 8:24:30 p.m.
The interview was awesome and I'm looking forward to seeing more fellow monkeys joining onto the Island!! :D MiniMonos is a really rockin' virtual world game, which main purpose is to guide the future generation of the world to a better path instead of the on-going destructive path done to our surrounding and the world. I love MiniMonos and it is really awesome to finally see a virtual world game that is not after money but a virtual world that is educating us and provides guidance to everyone on the Island in search for a better future. ^.^ -Viper
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