There are a whole host of avatar games available out there, below are three games pitched specifically for a teen market and older:
Hardly the most politically correct or arguably responsible game aimed at teens but it appears to be a popular one, perhaps because it mirrors the so-called celebrity life-style so well.This game really stinks.
Once visitors have registered their details, they can create their own 'Bimbo' and shop till they drop. Members can improve their Bimbo by getting her a boob job, purchasing diet pills and less controversially creating fashions for their Bimbo to wear. One can only presume there is a hefty case of tongue-in-cheek from the developers of this game, although whether the players will get that is another issue entirely.
Within the Frenzoo web community it is possible to create 3D fashions to rival the subcultures of the real world, catering for emo, punk and pop princess style clothing and hair do's. A person's avatar can be manipulated to dance or take a walk down the cat-walk and show off their new designs.
Create, Design and Vote is the main focus of dressupchallenge. The emphasis of this game appears to be on creativity and competition, again here the more traditionally subversive elements of dressing up are catered for as well as the more parent pleasing, including being able to adorn your avatar with decorative tattoo artwork, and the ability to add accessories as diverse as mic stands, guitars, handbags, dogs, dogs in handbags, surfboards and cats among many others.