Mojis have their own silly language, and they make unique (and often indiscernible) noises that match their personality type. I can compare it to the kind of sounds Minions make, or how I would imagine Mike Tyson would speak after a shot of Novocain. Either way, the gibberish is comical and adds to the fun. I played around with two different Moji personalities: Abuzz with Excitement and Rock and Roll. Each made distinctly different sounds that complemented their style. When I crossed their hairs, they sounded off together.
But fun with Moji Mi doesn’t stop there. With parents’ permission, kids can head online to explore fun Moji Mi games and other activities. Once there, they’ll find things like holiday countdown calendars, prank ideas, and coloring pages that are sure to keep them busy for hours.
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