Sir Richard Branson created AWOMO (A World of My Own) to try to take off SL from it's undisputed leadership post.

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This article will try to point you out on the right direction to satisfy those social needs you don't have time to pay attention to anyone :) Moove is a German Virtual World that aims to provide smooth and interactive 3D avatar chatting and dating simulation.

Unlike some other virtual worlds, it isn't based on a world itself, but it works more on a "room basis", think habbo hotel style - you walk room to room and interact inside those rooms.

How many people do you know that got engaged or found a girlfriend or boyfriend online? Over the years, and as virtual worlds and technology progresses, virtual love and long distance relationships are growing and growing.

People are starting to spend more time online than offline and that shows on their interactions (mainly done online).

You can create content there too and earn money - plus you earn some free credits when you register. It promises to be the biggest competitor of Second Life and it is pretty similar.

Now, let me be pretty blunt about it: If you are a Woman: This will be the best place for you, lots of interesting and smart guys out here and there are not so many pervs and creeps as on SL.

no it's not the price of the game, or the price of a house.... IMVU is all about chatting and building relationships, so It's on the third spot of my online dating sim worlds list.

It's growing fast and one could argue that's a virtual world - it's more like a chat client!

The graphics are sweet and well worked on, and the features should be nice too - I say should because I didn't had the chance to try it yet. Granted that its graphics are not something awesome and otherworldly, but it's made in China and we all know that "Made In China" quickly propagates (joking :p) China's Government will probably censor it a bit, but it's a platform that will quickly grow due to its local popularity. The good thing is that social interactions are pretty encouraged, and people can't fly or teleport, so they have to take public transports or walk - which encourages interactions too. You have to take care because "profanities" will get you banned... Kaneva is quickly gaining popularity - and why is that?

Overall it resembles a poorly executed second life, but it isn't as expensive to work with. Well, for starters its a good social and dating sim, so this alone makes it a good pick for all kinds of people. In secondlife you have to pay around 6 bucks a week or get a premium account!

Not lots of girls have PS3 or like to spend their time there, it's bad news but well... It allows you to earn money too, as Second Life currency is easily converted to USD. Why did I pick virtual worlds for my top 10 dating sims list?