The end of Ameba Pico has brought the rise of Ameba Pigg. Many Pico users have migrated to Pigg, hoping to recapture some of the social aspects that endeared them to Pigg.
It was relatively easy to get around and meet people in Pico. Players had the ability to switch the game menu to Chinese, Vietnamese, and a few other language … and World Community Parks made it simple to find other players who spoke your language (Arabic, Bahasa, Chinese, English, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Tagalog, Thai, Vietnamese).
Since Pigg is complete in Japanese, it makes things more difficult. It can be isolating and make the simplest tasks difficult.
Indy Étoile (Pigg ID: indyon) is hoping to change that. Today, Indy launched PiggBook, a Facebook-like social networking site for Pigg users. What a novel idea!
What PiggBook has to offer is posted on Indy’s Facebook fan page:
I’ve joined up … as well as more than 40 other people. Will you?