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Speed Chat Plus allowed the player to type their own messages against a word filter developed by Disney; if a word was not allowed, it was replaced with an onomatopoeia of that player's Toon's species.True Friends allowed players to chat with a less-restrictive filter with certain friends who have shared a "True Friend code" with each other.These playgrounds consisted of the following main playgrounds: Toontown Central, Daisy Gardens, Donald's Dock, Minnie's Melodyland, The Brrrgh, Donald's Dreamland and extra playgrounds including: Goofy's Speedway, and Chip & Dale's Acorn Acres.Every Toontown Online account came with a player's estate.Subsequently, every player was given membership for the remaining time of the game.Seasonal and holiday celebrations and special in-game events took place in the time remaining.A month before the closure, Disney released a statement that the company would be 'shifting its focus to other online and mobile play experiences, such as Club Penguin and a growing selection of mobile apps.' Players could create characters called "Toons".
Toons could also customize their own invitations to these parties. Platform Publishing, a subsidiary company of Sony Online Entertainment that publishes games for third-party developers, announced on August 25, 2005 it had acquired rights to publish a CD version of Toontown Online for the PC and bring the game to online game consoles.Parties were hostable, plannable and customizable events by Toons.Toons would use their stored jellybeans in their bank to customize and add content to their parties, such as fireworks, minigames (Tug 'O War, etc.), trampolines, etc.Players could purchase more Speed Chat phrases using jellybeans."Speed Chat Plus" and "True Friends" were introduced some time after the game's release, which had to be enabled using a parental account if the player was under 13 years of age.