Pixie Hollow is an online game where players create a unique fairy character that interacts with other fairies in quests, games and other activities. Fairies meet and chat with online friends while decorating pixie hollow, caring for nature, shopping and making crafts. Players earn points by performing tasks, then use those points to play at shopping and trading items. Disney designed the game with a young female audience in mind and based it on the Tinker Bell movies by the Disney franchise.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
Navigate to the game website at pixiehollow.go.com. Click on the "log in" link at the upper right of the screen.
Enter an account ID and password in the pop up menu.
Click on the "log in" button.
Log In To Your Account
Click on the "Play" button. Click on the "Create" button in the next pop up menu. Click on "Next" at the right of the window.
Listen to the queen's speech that plays or press the "Skip this" link to continue. Choose whether to be a female or male character in the next screen.
Choose your fairy's facial features, skin colour and eye colour from the options provided on the face tab. Click on the hair tab to choose a hairstyle and hair colour.
Choose the size and shape of your fairy's wings by clicking on the wings tab. Click on the size tab to choose your fairy's height. Click on "Next" to move to the next screen.
Listen to the queen's speech, then click on next to enter the "Choose your talent" screen.
Create a Fairy
Choose your fairy's talent from the options shown. Click on the "Next" button.
Listen to the mentor fairy's speech.
Click on the "Next" link to choose a name.
Choose a Talent
Click on the up and down arrows to scroll through the name choices. Choose a first name and two combinations for the last name.
Click on the "Pick for me" button if you'd like the name to be chosen for you.
Click on "Save this fairy" to move the next section of the game.
Choose a Name
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