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    Posted November 28, 2013 by
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    Toontown should not be closed

    Many everywhere have recently felt the effects of the famous Disney game, Toontown, being shut down. There certainly were mixed emotions from my point of view, to be completely honest this news could send an adult man into depression. Now anybody who heres the name of the game and the maker, being Disney, they automatically assume that the game is meant for children. With that being said, studies show that most users in this game were indeed teens from the ages of 13 to 18. So this shutdown could cause childhood memories to be destroyed.
    It is never simple to let something go, family, pets and even memories fade eventually, but when there is something you care about that doesn't have to be taken away, why not fight for it? Many fans have began petitioning for this dearly loved game. One of the more popular petitions,, is only 6000 more signatures away from sending their letter to a creator at Disney. I encourage anybody who misses Toontown to go to that link, fill out your info and get your name heard.
    All in all, Toontown is a classic game that many people will miss and fight for. Disney giving the excuse of working on other games such as Club Penguin is a downright ugly excuse, considering the popularity of Toontown compared to other games. I encourage everyone to let your voice be heard and join me, along with many others, in this fight to bring Toontown back. Toons of the World, Unite!

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