WeeWorld is a social networking website for teens that allows users to make friends in the virtual world. Users create digital versions of themselves, inhabit a virtual world, make friends, play online games, shop for items for their digital self, also known as avatar, and earn points, both green and gold. Once created, WeeMees can be changed, such as in facial expression depending on their mood.
Initially, using WeeWorld is free. If all a user wants to do is chat with friends online and play games, no payment is involved. Lots of clothes, furnishings for rooms, and other items also are free to users.
However, some premium items, such as fancy clothes and hairstyles, cost points. There are two types of points in WeeWorld: Green and gold. Points accumulate at the top of your WeeMee page, and are shaped like a diamond. Green points are earned by playing games on the site or simply by exploring WeeWorld. Gold points, however, are points purchased with real money. Gold points are an easier way to get points for users who want to outfit their WeeMee with fancy items sooner rather than later. A subscription service where users pay to get gold points also exists.
Numerous references to WeeWorld cheats are on the internet, and the information ranges from written and video tips on how to earn free gold points to the venting of frustration that cheats do not exist.
WeeWorld members can use their cartoon avatars on other websites that support WeeWorld.