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

Paris festival information!
Server time10/6/2021

The 21st Popmundo Festival is now open for everyone to join as long as they've played a terrific show within the last two game years. Click here for more information. Please check out the revised rules before joining, you don't want to miss out on anything important like how it's easier than ever to earn the "Played in the Festival" achievement.

See you in Paris!

Sally forth, brave adventurers!
Server time10/1/2021

While developing your next big adventure, we've been experimenting with enhancing the interface you use while you're out exploring, and the boring old compass in particular. Today we decided to let you give it a test run! Please let us know of any bugs you encounter.

And since we know that one should never deploy to production on a Friday, there's an option to revert to the old compass located in the Content Settings section of your Account Details.

Happy adventuring!

Expand your vocabulary
Server time9/27/2021

Starting today, we've (finally!) added support for "CJK Unified Ideographs" in all places where you previously could only use the western alphabets. This means that you should be able to use Chinese, Japanese and Korean characters in song names and similar.

We've also improved our support of Cyrillic characters.

Please be advised that only a limited set of the most common ideographs is available at this moment.