All gone now!
3 left. I like how everyone picks from the bottom of the list up LOL
I didn't do anything with mine so I've accumulated quite a few, and can't think of a fun and low-effort way to distribute them...
So here are 24 invite codes for Toyhouse, no strings attached (just don't note me about codes), fastest fingers first:
I won't be updating the list with which ones are still available (until all of them are taken) so good luck!
If you haven't heard of Toyhouse please read this journal for info and some links:
Halloween '14 End + Toyhouse Plug
Some points if you don't feel like reading that much:
What TH is:
- A character repository site - basically it's an easy way to create and manage character pages. There are no limits on how many characters you can have or how many images you can put in their picture galleries. You can also link characters to other characters for managing character relationships.
- RP site - provides user-created forums (again, no limit on how many) for RPing and ability to comment ICly under a character's name + picture from their image gallery
- Adoptable management - allows characters to be credited to their designers, and allow designers to set rules on what people can do with their adopts (selling/gifting/trading etc.) + have logs on character transfers
- Other misc features:
- Watermarking of images
- Character tags/folders
- Privacy levels (private/friends-only)
- CSS customisation for premium members
- Forum for socialising/recruiting new RP members/etc.
- Exclusive - the reason for having to use invite codes to register is that we're worried about the server load from having so many people join at once. Anyone can join if they can get hold of a code! It's not our intention to limit the site to "popular" artists or anything like that. (Which is why I'm throwing all my spare invites out there)
- Weebly - please don't expect something that freeform! There's some measure of customisation with inputting character details, but for messing with the visuals you'll have to deal with the CSS (which I'm helping with by providing a framework on the site forum, and hopefully, some premade layouts). What we do have above Weebly is the built-in ability to socialise with other people over the site, though.
- Pay-to-use - the site's main features are free to use. At the moment you pay to get premium features (including usage of custom CSS and 2 invites per week) but using the site itself doesn't require you to pay, and there aren't character/world/image count limits for non-paying users.
- Clarification about the TOS (seems to be an issue that's floating around?) re: TH using uploaded images is here