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File:Habbo logo.png
URL See Current services below
Slogan Hangout for teens
Commercial? Yes
Type of site Social network service
Registration Yes
Available language(s) Multilingual
Owner Sulake Corporation
Created by Sampo Karjalainen
Aapo Kyrölä
Launched August 2000 Finland
January 2001 United Kingdom
September 2004 United States
November 2004 Australia
Alexa rank 5,439(Depending on hotel domain name.)
Current status Active

Habbo (previously known as Habbo Hotel) is a social networking website aimed at teenagers. The website is owned and operated by Sulake Corporation. The service began in 2000 and has expanded to include 32 online communities (or "hotels").[1] As of June 2008 over 118 million avatars have been registered. There are an average 8 million unique visitors monthly,[1] and 75,000 avatars are being created every day.[2] The 100 millionth avatar was created on Habbo UK in June 2008.[3]

Habbo's origins are said to be from Mobiles Disco, a 1999 hobby project by creative designer Sampo Karjalainen and technologist Aapo Kyrölä for a Finnish band, a virtual chat room running on Aapo's Fuse technology. After having been contracted to design a virtual game and chat called Lumisota (Snow Wars) for a Finnish ISP, Elisa, they were contracted for another project. They developed Hotelli Kultakala (eng. Hotel Goldfish) with a small team of developers and it was launched in August 2000 on the ISP's web portal.

Aapo and Sampo and Dee Edwards, an entrepreneur from the UK, wanted to create an international business based on the virtual hotel concept and worked on a plan in autumn 2000 and raised finance. By the end January 2001, Habbo Hotel had been launched in beta mode. The new hotel launched officially a few weeks afterwards, aimed at the teenage market, with marketing and payment partners in place, run from a HQ in London. It had a new credits system and community and safety features. [4] The next hotel was launched in Switzerland a few months later, in four languages. It has since been expanded to over 31 countries in five continents, including Hotelli Kultakala in Finland which was made into a Habbo Hotel and has been invested in by venture capitalists.[5]

During the years, Habbo has changed its web design and appearance, the latest change occurred in July 2009.[6]

In May 2006, the service, along with its domain names, were changed from www.habbohotel.com (.co.uk, .com.au, etc) to www.habbo.com (.co.uk, .com.au, etc). In August 2007, Habbo's Chinese community closed down temporarily, the first time a Habbo website has closed. The challenging Chinese market and high operational costs led to the decision of closing the service. Customers in China were redirected to other Habbo communities.[7] In December 2008, Habbo's Russian community announced it was closing in February 2009 as a result of low numbers. Those on the site with "furni" (virtual furniture that can be used to furnish rooms in the hotel that are bought with the use of Habbo Credits or Coins, that can be exchanged for real money given to Sulake) have been told they will receive credit codes for use on the USA Habbo community.

In late May 2009, Habbo opened a new beta version of Habbo for some Habbos to test out before using it officially. In the new version of Habbo, the client uses Flash instead of Shockwave, and the interface of the Hotel is changed.

In January 2010, it was announced that Habbo US and Habbo Canada were undergoing a merger, to be finalized in April 2010.[8]



Many activities and features are available on Habbo's website, that do not appear on the Hotel itself. The community section of the website features regularly updated news and events regarding the service. Recommended chat rooms, popular group pages and user pages and user interest tags are also accessible from the website. The website has seen over five different versions. Over the past three years, the website has become more involved with the hotel. Before 2006 users logged in on the hotel, now they log in via the website, which links them to the hotel. The website provides information on users' credit balance, groups, rooms and even friends.[citation needed]

User pages

This is a feature allowing users to customise their own web page displayed on the website, colloquially named Habbo Home. The web page can be accessed from inside the hotel,[9] and allow for user interaction with the home page of the user, as well as interaction within the Hotel. The web pages are displayed with the user's character appearance and motto. Users can customise their web page with a selection of widgets, stickers and backgrounds. Various widgets, stickers and backgrounds can be purchased with credits to add to the small default range of features.[10]


Groups are special "clubs" that users can join. They have a very similar format to user pages. While users can join groups for free, a ten credit fee is required if a user would like to create their own group. In groups, owners can change the badge (a small image to symbolise the group), customize the page, give/take away admin rights (the ability to change the badge, change the page, kick members out, give/take away other members rights, etc) to members, delete/change discussion forum threads, or change the group's settings, such as the URL, the group name, group description, and even the ability to make the group exclusive or available to everybody. Users can join up to 50 groups. Many of the hotel's community pages (such as the monthly Newsie) are featured on groups.[citation needed]

Discussion forums

Within groups, there is a discussion forum, where users can post various threads and topics. To be able to post in these forums, users will need to verify their e-mail address first. Users can post virtually anything they wish. Since many people enjoy spamming the forums, Habbo has included a "security code" system, where users must enter a randomly generated string of characters (eg. jsiqnsp) before their message can be saved, to prevent spam.[citation needed]


Users can also download the Habbo toolbar. The Habbo community toolbar allows users to stay on top of what is happening in Habbo, even when they are not there. Powered by Conduit, the community toolbar lets users see their messages, friends, news, and links to groups.[citation needed]


Habbo's main feature is the "Hotel", and consists of a client made using Adobe Shockwave technologies. The Hotel can be accessed by logged-in users via a popup window on the website. When a user accesses the Hotel they are brought to a screen colloquially known as Hotel View. From this screen, members can contact one another via the Habbo Chat, which acts as the main form of communication throughout all areas of the Hotel, and use the Navigator to navigate their way to a chat room. Originally, communication was conducted through the Habbo Console, which was recently replaced by Habbo Chat and by Habbo Mail, which is accessible via the Habbo Homepage.[citation needed]

Public Rooms

Public Rooms are rooms which are available to all members. They often depict scenes such as restaurants, cinemas, and dance clubs. Most Public Rooms contain automated robots which shout pre-recorded messages and can give members drinks and food items. Public rooms are designed by Sulake and are not customisable by users. Some public rooms contain team games such as BattleBall and SnowStorm. In BattleBall, teams try and capture as many squares as possible. SnowStorm is similar to a third-person shooter; players throw snowballs at each other to gain points. When Habbo updated to a new coding, these games were disabled due to not being compatible. Two public rooms contain pools in which the Wobble Squabble and Diving games are played. In Wobble Squabble, two players try to knock each other off "floaties" in a pool by pressing various button combinations. Diving is a single-player game where users can dive while performing tricks in-air; afterwards other users rate their dive.[citation needed]

Guest Rooms

Guest Rooms are rooms which users can customise to endless lengths with Habbo Furni, wallpaper and floor patterns, and which can be purchased with credits. Users can also choose from a range of room templates that determine what shape the room is. Guest rooms can be created by any member and can be locked to allow access only to specific users or password holder. Many users create their own games in their guest rooms, which give furniture or coins as a prize. These rooms are categorized on the navigator in many categories such as "Trading", "Partys", and "Role Playing".[citation needed]


Furni (shortened version of "furniture") can be purchased inside the Hotel from the Catalog using Credits. Users then can use the furniture to decorate and furnish their Guest Room. The furniture can be traded among users using a trading dialogue. Many users strive to collect more rare and exclusive furniture. Rare furniture is often sold in the Catalog, but for a limited amount of time, and thus increasing its value after it leaves the Catalogue. Rares were discontinued for a new system called "Collectibles". Collectibles are sold for only one month and then never sold on the website again.[citation needed]


Badges in Habbo are given to people who complete a task ex: Spending [hours] in Hotel, other badges are given by staff or VIP's, these badges are given out for events in Habbo, for example the Kitchen Survivor Challenges.


Scripting was a term used to describe a method of "hacking" in Habbo; since the methods used cannot be properly described as hacking, many users referred to it as scripting instead. Scripting was most popular before methods such as hex editing and packet editing were patched and rendered useless due to updated security methods within the Habbo server.

Trends suggest that scripting was at its most popular in 2005[11], when community-made "scripting applications" became more easily available and had more advanced features that allowed users to perform a variety of tricks such as recolouring items and clothes to colours other than the preset colour palette,[12] placing furniture outside the usual floor or wall space, unlocking HC functions (such as chooser, and furni tools) and teleporting across a room.

Earlier scripting methods involved "injecting" data packets into user-definable text fields such as stickie notes or photo descriptions. This was done by putting a data packet closing symbol, followed by a user-made custom data packet. The idea was that the server would process the text field, see the data packet closing symbol and assume the item description field had ended and interpret the rest of the text as a different data packet, therefore allowing users to send manipulated data to the server without having to break the encryption. This was soon patched by blocking use of the data end packet in all user-definable text fields.

The end of the scripting era was caused mainly by the large overhaul of the Habbo homepage and client, at which time a new encryption was introduced and most scripting methods had become obsolete due to more thorough checks within the server to stop illegitimate data packets from being processed. The discontinuation of many popular downloadable scripting programs such as AoD and Project Blah, and the increasing popularity[13] of illegally hosted "Retro Hotels" diverted the attention of many to a new opportunity.

Today, scripting is pretty much dead on Habbo, except for the few which work on some Habbo retros. These scripts are hard to come by, as most are fake or contain viruses.[citation needed]


Special effects were introduced in December 2008 along with Pixels. "Effects" can be purchased through the catalogue in the "Pixel Shop" section of the Habbo Catalogue. These Pixels can be received by gaining new or higher levelled badges, receiving respect or are freely given every fifteen minutes in a set of 10. Pixels are used to buy effects, such as partial invisibility (ghost, HC Black Clothing is more effective), UFOs, flies, hover boards, a spotlight, twinkle, torch, butterflies, fireflies, and becoming frozen. After an update, several more additions were added, such as a Microphone (making your speech look rigid and spiky), a Jet Pack, and coloured UFOs and Hover boards. However these effects have a time limit of one hour for each effect. Habbos also have the option to rent certain special effects for an hour at a time refunded) like an explosion, bubbles, or flare.[citation needed]

Habbo Club

Habbo Club (HC) is a premium subscription which can be purchased using Credits. Subscribers are denoted by a badge, displayed next to their avatar. Every month you subscribe for Habbo Club (HC) a new item of virtual furniture is delivered to subscribers.[citation needed]


Virtual pets can be bought and kept in Guest rooms (max 5 per room)[14] Users can interact with the pets (cats, dogs and crocodiles available) which will obey certain commands as long as they are kept happy and fed. Habbo pets never die but do get grumpy if left unattended or hungry.

Habbo Guides

Habbo Guides is a system that allows anyone who has been a user for over 30 days to use a special guide tool which allows them to quickly find new players who need help. New players would see an option to call a guide and when selected the guides received a message asking if they wanted to go and help. The guide tool is available to members of the group with an account at least 30 days old who have not been banned in the last 30 days. This system has been temporarily replaced by the Habbo Guide Bot, which can be called to a room and replies to certain keywords. Habbo guide bots only last for 24 hours. They have a guide badge and can be kicked from a room.


There are 2 types of currency on Habbo. Credits (or coins) which are used to buy furniture in the catologue and Pixels (free currency, you get 10 every 15 minutes) where you can buy effects and 'Hello Furni' (the furniture you get for free when you pick a room when you register.)


Credits, (previously called Coins) can be purchased using a variety of different services, such as credit card, a telephone service, a Ukash card and via SMS. The credits are stored in the user's purse, accessible in any public or private room as well as on the Hotel view and while logged in on the website. They can also be redeemed into Exchange, which displays the Credits as an item of virtual furniture; the furniture can then be traded among users, and redeemed back into Credits.


Exchange is a feature where users can turn their credits into furni representations which can be placed in their rooms or traded. Exchange coins can be transfered back into credits by clicking on them in your guest room.

  • Bronze Coin = 1 Habbo Coin
  • Silver Coin = 5 Habbo Coins
  • Gold Coin = 10 Habbo Coins
  • Sack = 20 Habbo Coins
  • Gold Bar = 50 Habbo Coins


Pixels were introduced in November 2008. Unlike credits, they are not purchased with real money, and cannot be traded in any form. They are given out when users satisfy certain conditions (such as logging in, being friendly, etc.). They can be used to purchase effects for their avatars, rent special furniture that causes "effects" in their rooms, and buy basic furniture.


Special effects were introduced in December 2008 along with Pixels. "Effects" can be purchased through the catalogue in the "Pixel Shop" section of the Habbo Catalogue. These Pixels can be received by gaining new or higher levelled badges, receiving respect or are freely given every fifteen minutes in a set of 10. Pixels are used to buy effects, such as partial invisibility (ghost, HC Black Clothing is more effective), UFOs, flies, hover boards, a spotlight, twinkle, torch, butterflies, fireflies, and becoming frozen. After an update, several more additions were added, such as a Microphone (making your speech look rigid and spiky), a Jet Pack, and coloured UFOs and Hover boards. However these effects have a time limit of one hour for each effect. Habbos also have the option to rent certain special effects for an hour at a time refunded) like an explosion, bubbles, or flare.[citation needed]

Managers and moderation

There are 18 office branches globally operated by Sulake employees; these office branches are the workplace of the respective Habbo's senior operators - These staff generally include a "Hotel Manager", or Content Manager, who oversees the community as a whole by communicating with users through newsletters, creating competitions, and managing the content of the website; a Community Manager, who is responsible for moderation and guidance throughout the virtual community by managing in-game Moderators and a Country Manager, who manages the business side of the community such as sales, finance and administration.

Office staff may also consist of customer support staff, who respond to queries sent via contact forms by users; and graphic designers who create the vast amounts of pixel imagery used both in-game and on the community's website.

Automatic moderation exists in Habbo's language filter, the "Bobba Filter", which replaces offensive text with the simple word "bobba". Replacement applies to anything from mild to highly offensive words, phrases, and even websites. In this way, the filter assists in the moderation of Habbo. A feature added on February 27, 2008, enables users to turn the Bobba Filter on and off. With this feature enabled, however, users cannot report to moderators any other users who may be using offensive language. Template:Facts

Habbo's moderation is covered by paid moderator staff who are police vetted Sulake employees.[15] Tools utilised by moderator staff allow them to send messages to individual Habbos in the hotel, which appear as in-game popups. As well as this ability, moderator staff can also kick Habbos from any room, mute them (prevent them from speaking) and ban them from the hotel entirely.[15]

Moderators & History

From August 2000, up until 31 December 2005, there existed a program for experienced members of each Habbo community to become a 'Hobba'. Hobbas were non-paid, volunteer moderators with limited powers that acted as Hotel Guides. On December 31, 2005, Sulake suspended the Hobba program due to major security issues and the rapidly growing Habbo community. It was decided that Habbo needed a stronger, more professional moderation team, that would be employees of Sulake.[16]


As a website geared towards teenagers, Habbo often attracts sponsorship from outside entities. This sponsorship includes visits by musicians[17] (such as The Veronicas, Gorillaz,[18] Skye Sweetnam,[19] Little Birdy, Stephanie McIntosh, Operator Please, Chingy, Evermore, Avril Lavigne, Ashlee Simpson, Cole and Dylan Sprouse, and more recently David Archuleta, The Ting Tings, DJ Ironik, Alesha Dixon, The Take, Same Difference and Eoghan Quigg as well as various corporate giants. Sulake has also recently teamed up with Fremantle Media, the company that produces American Idol. Contestants that are voted out of the final 12 (final 13 this current season) were invited to the hotel for an interview following their departure from the show. American Idol furniture was also added to the hotel. Also, recently habbo has introduced Night at the Museum 2 on Habbo UK releasing the rare "Golden Tablet" exclusively.

As Habbo is targeted at teenagers, and 90% of its users are between the age of 13 and 18,[1] it receives much attention from youth organisations, who educate users about many topics.

Habbo AU has recently signed up with wrestling giant WWE holding events to win merchandise and live tickets to shows, they have even recently had superstar Dave Batista as a guest to Habbo AU.


In November 2001, The Daily Telegraph listed Habbo as a top-10 chat and instant messaging site, describing it as "great-looking" and "proving popular with teenagers."[20] In 2005 and 2006, Habbo Australia received the NetGuide Online Web Award for "Best kids’/youth website".[21] In September 2006, Sulake won Deloitte's Fast 50 competition.[22][23]


In December 2004, a 36-year-old man was imprisoned after using Habbo to persuade a 13-year-old girl to visit him.[24] On 14 November 2007, a 17-year-old in Holland was arrested by police for allegedly stealing virtual furniture bought with real money worth up to €4000. Five 15-year-olds were brought in for questioning.[25].

Habbo has been a target for various Internet troll groups, most prominently by the members by the name of Anonymous and the Patriotic Nigras. Every July 12 since 2006,[26] users sign in to the Habbo site dressed in avatars of a black male wearing a suit and afro and blocked entry to the pool declaring that it was "closed due to fail and AIDS".[27] (A fix was put in place in which a habbo can walk "through" someone standing in front of the pool, making it harder to block the pool, unless there are a total of 6 people standing at each entrance.) In another raid by the group, several of these avatars were strategically placed in the public pool area, forming the shape of a swastika.[28]

Habbo Retros

Habbo Retros are fake Habbo Hotels, or private servers, operated by small organizations. The name "Habbo Retro" was first started when a "Retro" was started. Habbo Retros provide free credits on registration, and most will give more credits if needed. There also is a possibility to create your own furniture and put in in the server. Habbo Retros typically used older versions of Habbo, thus the term 'Retro'. However, now Retros mostly are working with the same release as the pilot hotel, or one or two older releases. Due to high maintenance rates and Sulake's stand, few Retros have survived for more than a year.[citation needed]

Current services

There are currently 19 websites in operation, serving 30 local communities.[1]

Country URL Opening date Closing date Country URL Opening date Closing date
File:Flag of Australia.svg Australiahabbo.com.auNovember 2004File:Flag of Malaysia.svg Malaysia (links to Habbo Singapore)habbo.com.myJuly 2006
File:Flag of Austria.svg Austria (links to Habbo Switzerland)habbo.atMay 2006File:Flag of Mexico.svg Mexico (links to Habbo Spain)habbo.com.mxJuly 2006
File:Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Belgium (links to Habbo Netherlands)habbo.beMay 2006File:Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlandshabbo.nlFebruary 2004
File:Flag of Brazil.svg Brazilhabbo.com.brFebruary 2006File:Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand (links to Habbo Australia)habbo.co.nzAugust 2006
File:Flag of Canada.svg Canadahabbo.caJune 2004File:Flag of Norway.svg Norwayhabbo.no June 2004
File:Flag of Chile.svg Chile (links to Habbo Spain)habbo.clJuly 2006File:Flag of the Philippines.svg Philippines (links to Habbo Singapore)habbo.com.phOctober 2008
File:Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg People's Republic of China (Closed/Bankrupt)[7])habbo.cnJuly 2006August 24, 2007File:Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal (links to Habbo Brazil)habbo.ptMarch 2006
File:Flag of Colombia.svg Colombia (links to Habbo Spain)habbo.com.coJuly 2006File:Flag of Russia.svg Russia (links to Habbo UK) habbo.ru September 2007 February 6, 2009
File:Flag of Denmark.svg Denmarkhabbo.dkDecember 2004File:Flag of Singapore.svg Singaporehabbo.com.sgDecember 2004
File:Flag of Finland.svg Finlandhabbo.fiAugust 2000File:Flag of Spain.svg Spainhabbo.esSeptember 2003
File:Flag of France.svg Francehabbo.frNovember 2004File:Flag of Sweden.svg Swedenhabbo.seDecember 2003
File:Flag of Germany.svg Germany habbo.deMarch 2004File:Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerlandhabbo.chAugust 2001
File:Flag of Italy.svg Italyhabbo.itSeptember 2003File:Flag of the United States.svg United States habbo.comSeptember 2004
File:Flag of Japan.svg Japan (links to Habbo US)habbo.jpFebruary 2003April 16, 2009File:Flag of Venezuela.svg Venezuela (links to Habbo Spain)habbo.com.veJuly 2006 April 16, 2009
File:Flag of Peru.svg Peru (links to Habbo Spain)habbo.com.pe
File:Flag of the United Kingdom.svg UK Habbo UK & other countries merged into one!habbo.co.ukJanuary 21st 2001----

See also


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  2. "Habbo's Avatar Count Rises To 80 million". Sulake Corporation. October 25, 2007. http://www.sulake.com/press/releases/2007-10-25-80_million_Avatars. Retrieved 2007-11-13. 
  3. 100 million Habbos
  4. http://habboages.110mb.com/Habbo%20Ages%20-%20Update%20History.htm
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  11. http://www.google.com/trends?q=habbo+hacking%2C+habbo+scripting&ctab=0&geo=all&date=all&sort=0
  12. http://www.oocities.com/strikerskull/postpromises.gif
  13. http://www.google.com/trends?q=habbo+retro%2C+habbo+private+server
  14. "Habbo US: News - Pets Have Returned". Sulake Corporation Ltd.. http://www.habbo.com/articles/1192-pets-have-returned. Retrieved 2009-08-24. 
  15. 15.0 15.1 "Habbo Hotel Australia - FAQs - "Moderating"". Sulake Corporation Ltd.. http://www.habbo.com.au/help/faqs?faq_1_categoryId=5. Retrieved 2006-12-17. 
  16. "Hobba - Information and Archives". Habbo Ages. http://habboages.110mb.com/Habbo%20Ages%20-The%20Hobba%20Archive.htm. Retrieved 2008-10-01. 
  17. "Habbo: Celebrity Visits". Sulake Corporation. http://www.habbo.co.uk/entertainment/celebrity_visits/. Retrieved 2007-05-13. 
  18. "Sulake Press Releases - "Gorillaz live at Habbo Hotel"". Sulake Corporation. 2007-08-17. http://www.sulake.com/press/releases/2005-08-17-Gorillaz_live_at_Habbo_Hotel. Retrieved 2006-07-03. 
  19. "SkyeSweetnam.com - "Skye Chats LIVE on Habbo Hotel"". http://www.skyesweetnam.com/index.aspx#6138. Retrieved 2006-07-03. 
  20. "Top 10 sites: chat and instant messaging". Telegraph Media Group Limited. November 2001. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/connected/main.jhtml?xml=/connected/2001/11/01/ecrtop01.xml. Retrieved 2007-05-18. 
  21. "NetGuide Australian Web Awards". NetGuide. http://www.netguide.com.au/v2/webawards/06winners.php. Retrieved 2007-05-14. 
  22. "Technology Fast 50/500". Deloitte. http://www.deloitte.com/dtt/article/0,1002,cid%253D130581%2526pv%253DY,00.html. "(Finnish)" 
  23. "Sulake wins Deloitte's Technology Fast50 competition". Sulake Corporation. 2005-09-15. http://www.sulake.com/press/releases/2005-09-15-Sulake_wins_Deloittes_Technology_Fast50_competition. Retrieved 2006-10-12. 
  24. "Paedophile jailed for grooming girl, 13, on Internet". Hull Daily Mail. 2004-12-16. http://www.accessmylibrary.com/coms2/summary_0286-18264946_ITM. Retrieved 2008-01-18. 
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  26. Phil Shuman (2007-07-26). "FOX 11 Investigates: 'Anonymous'". Fox Interactive Media. http://www.myfoxla.com/myfox/pages/ContentDetail?contentId=3894628. Retrieved 2007-09-07. 
  27. Dibbell, Julian (2008-01-18). "Mutilated Furries, Flying Phalluses: Put the Blame on Griefers". Wired. http://www.wired.com/gaming/virtualworlds/magazine/16-02/mf_goons. Retrieved 2008-01-18. 
  28. Croteau, Roger. "Net users insist 'racist' sign is joke". KENS-TV. http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local_news/Net_users_insist_its_joke.html. Retrieved 2009-01-09. 

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