Welcome to Popmundo

Popmundo is an online role-playing game and community where the players strive for fame in a virtual music industry.

You start the game as a complete nobody with nothing but your hopes and dreams. You can practice your music, play a few gigs, and begin to build a fanbase. Play your cards right and you'll soon be touring the world, cutting chart-topping records, and leaving a wake of tantalizing scandals behind you!

The game is played in real time and the game keeps on going even when you're not logged in. Success in the game is determined by careful strategy and good timing, not by constant online presence. It's perfectly possible to be successful in the game by logging in a couple of times a week to check up on things.

Popmundo is free of charge and no downloads are necessary to play it. If you can read this you're good to go.

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Latest Community News

This Week in Real Life #36
Server time5/17/2019

...we're a bit late, a bit tired, but still standing! Spring is having a hard time deciding if it has sprung or not here in the northern countries, but we're confident it'll make up its mind eventually.

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This Week in Real Life #35
Server time5/9/2019

Since Jonas broke the Rules of Conduct last week by commenting on real life politics here on this page he has received a content block and is unable to post any more community news. Hence, there will be no twirl this week.

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This Week in Real Life #34
Server time5/2/2019

This week we filed our taxes. Franklin D. Roosevelt said taxes are the dues that we pay for the privileges of membership in an organized society. This is all good and we don't mind the membership fee of living in Sweden despite it having some of the highest income tax rates on Earth. But seeing our politicians squabble in media these days one can't help but question their ability to spend the money we "give" them wisely. Calvin Coolidge said collecting more taxes than is absolutely necessary is legalized robbery. Sometimes it's hard to figure out which side of the fence is the right one.

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