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Prodigy Multiplayer Worlds: How do they work?

If you want to meet up with your friends and classmates in Prodigy then you'll need to be in the same "World". 

When you first login to the game, you'll be asked to "Choose Your World". You can choose the same world as your friends so that you can play Prodigy together. Or, if you prefer, you can choose to play offline without other players and your world will be populated by computer players. 

Recommended Worlds

You will be shown 6 recommended worlds to begin with. If you are part of a class that plays at school or a large class list, then these 6 worlds will be ones that you and your classmates have in common and we recommend you pick one of these.

You can do so just by clicking on one to enter that world. See the image below:


Playing Offline

If you prefer to play offline, select the "Play Offline" button at the bottom right of the page. 

Choose Your World

If you'd like to explore other worlds, then you can select the "More Worlds" menu at the bottom left portion of the screen. 

See the image below which illustrates how to open the "More Worlds" menu:

From this menu, you can use the arrows on the left to navigate through our 90 offered worlds. Each world can currently hold 200 players max, and the number of people currently in the world will be indicated by a bar that fills up next to the world's icon. Once a world is 100% full, you'll be unable to join it. 

What world am I in?

If you're playing the game and want to tell your friends what world you're a part of but can't remember, open the Settings menu (Gear Icon), then click Network. Your world will be displayed in the main window.


If you want to join a new world, then you'll need to log out and back in again. 

That's it! Get out into your Prodigy world and meet your fellow wizards!

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