About Disney Superbia

Disney Superbia is an exciting, free place where you can hang out with your friends, play online games and visit all of your favourite Disney Channel Shows!

To help you find your way around Superbia, your new neighbours Ella and Max will guide you around,
setting you fun quests to complete. Get ready to make a six scoop ice-cream, win prizes on the Super Spinner and dress up for a fashion show. In Superbia you can be whoever you want to be, it’s your place, your friends, your rules!

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For Parents

At Disney Online we are all about providing kids with fun and entertaining experiences, within a safe online environment.

Disney Superbia does not have free text chat or provide any way for children’s personal data to be displayed or exchanged,
making it incredibly safe and giving you peace of mind. The only methods by which users can interact in the game, are to send in-game gifts (such as furniture for the player’s virtual house), send emoticons messages which consist of a graphic of a smilie and to choose to like one and another’s rooms.

The main game-play in Disney Superbia revolves around creativity, exploration and expression. Children are encouraged to decorate their virtual houses and dress their avatars in all kinds of different themes and styles. They earn in-game currency or gold to buy items via experimenting with creating tasty and unique flavours in the ice cream parlour game.

Throughout the experience they are given fun challenges or quests to help them explore the online versions of their favourite Disney Channel shows. While we do our best to make all of our online experiences as safe as possible, we encourage parents to talk to their children about online safety.

Here are key points to remember:

  • Never give out personal information online. Your real name, age, where you live, phone number or school.

  • Never share your password with anyone, except your parents. Someone else might use your password and pretend to be you.

  • If someone does or says anything online to make you feel uncomfortable, tell your parent or guardian straight away

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