It is important to us that Tinkatolli is a safe environment with a friendly atmosphere.
We take safety and in-game behavior very seriously.
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All chat messages on Tinkatolli are filtered to prevent profane or offensive words. Parents can also choose 'icon-only chat', where players communicate using only 'emoticons'. Both forms of chat can communicate with each other through 'iconic chat'.
By logging into your parent account you can use the Parental Control feature that lets you decide how much time your child plays on Tinkatolli, who their pals are, and who you can block from being a pal.Login to your account
Each time a player logs in, they are reminded of the rules of Tinkatolli. The rules are designed to prevent bad behavior and to protect players from doing something unsafe. Please scroll down and review the rules with your children and make sure they know how to be safe online.
Players are encouraged to report other players who break the rules or make them feel uncomfortable. They just click on the player's Tinka, and press the 'report' button. We take reports very seriously, and act quickly. Players who break the rules can be suspended or banned.Contact Support
No faces allowed
Tinkatolli has a team of moderators who help players and enforce the rules.
Uploading pictures of offline activities is a big part of Tinkatolli. By default all scrapbooks are private, and you control who, if anyone, your child can show it to.
If a player feels another player is bothering them, they have the option of blocking that player. They just click on that player's Tinka and press the block button.
The Tinkafair is the one place where players can publicly share pictures of their offline creations. Each image submitted to the Tinkafair is manually approved by a moderator, and no pictures are allowed that can identify a player.
Each player must agree to the rules before they are allowed to play Tinkatolli. Please review the rules with your child and encourage them to tell you if they ever feel unsafe or uncomfortable online.
Never give out personal information like your real name, home address, phone number or passwords
This kind of thing makes a lot of players uncomfortable, and isn't appropriate for a kids game.
Tinkas don't like swearing, or talking in a mean or bad way. So don't talk like that.
Be polite and treat Tinkas with respect, and they'll do the same back to you. When a Tinka asks you to stop doing something that is bothering them - listen, and stop. And don't ask another Tinka to stop unless they are really bothering you.
If you cheat you'll only be cheating yourself out of the full experience of the game. A real Tinka would never cheat or be dishonest. Players who break the rules risk being banned or kicked out of Tinkatolli forever.
Teach your child how to be safe
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