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Big Fat Awesome House PartyThe game's logo.Big Fat Awesome House Party was an online video game created by Cartoon Network's interactive division and Powerful Robot Games featuring the characters of Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, and was similar to the Nintendo's Animal Crossing series. Availability was limited to the USA and its territories. The game is a "massively-single player online role-playing game." Unlike an MMORPG, in which the players interact with each other, no player in this game can interact with another directly. The game began on May 15th, 2006, and updated monthly. It was originally intended to end on April 16th, 2007, but was extended to October 15th, 2007. After that date, the game stopped updating, but was still playable. One year after its launch, Cartoon Network announced that the game generated over 13 million player accounts. Despite the game's popularity, it was discontinued on July 13th, 2009 after the series ended, with the page saying, "Thanks for playing! We hope you enjoyed our Big Fat Awesome House Party! Unfortunately, every party has to end eventually." After it's closure, the URL redirected to Foster's page on the Cartoon Network website, but later on, it was redirected to Cartoon Network's main site, and currently, the URL now redirects to an error page.
Registration for the game was free of charge, only requiring the user to give a screen name and password. The user must also give a state and birthday. The state information gives the game the player's time zone, which supposedly determines the relevant day and night cycles in the game; however, the time was determined from the system clock of the user's computer. On the player's birthday, the other residents of the house would throw a party for the player. As a gift, the player's citizenship and popularity bars are filled and they were given a party hat to wear.
The outside of the Foster's mansion holds several notable locations, but no main or recurring characters. Many of the chores take place out here. Beyond the Foster's gate is the bus, which both brings the player to the house upon first playing the game and allows them to visit locations in the city. To either side of the house are pathways between the two yards. The left-hand pathway also allows access to the basement. The backyard holds many notable locations: the unicorn stables, the forest, the Extreme-a-saur cage, Cyrus the Sea Serpent's lake, the greenhouse, and the pool. Cyrus and the Extreme-a-saur are usually hidden within their respective locations, but the player will occasionally be assigned chores that allow them to see the characters.
The first floor is the starting point of the game. When a player first creates their character or logs in to continue playing, they end up in the lobby section of this floor (new players have a short animated sequence of their friend leaving a bus and walking into the house). From the lobby, the other floors can be accessed by taking the stairs or the elevator. The basement can be accessed through a trapdoor in the kitchen. The outside of the mansion can be accessed from the front doors and a rear door in the lounge. Notable rooms on this floor include the lobby, the kitchen, the dining room, Mr. Herriman's office, the lounge, and the arcade room. The arcade room holds minigames. The dining room is used for the player's birthday party.
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In August, FOSTER'S joined several other Tuner Broadcasting System Inc. properties available for download from Apple iTunes and Amazon. A new interactive game from Crave for Nintendo's GameBoyAdvance will be available for the upcoming holidays and a first season DVD is also in the works for early 2007.
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