I like virtual pet stuff and there's an old one of those that really gels with me that I played when I could see better. I went back to it to see if I could still play it with Jaws and the anser is a definite "Yes."
The game is similar to many other virtual pet games set in a virtual universe, you adopt cute fantasy animals and creatures and keep them as pets, battling them, reading them books, collecting all manner of collectable items, and other things.
There are a few things on the system that are flash-based but they are not at all essential to playing the game. There are a couple games on the side that serve no real purpose that you would need flash for and that we couldn't effectively play. But stores, item management, quests, and to an extent, battle work out just fine. The one quirk in battle is you'll have to learn from experience what element your weapons and armor are as regardless of element, all Jaws reveals when it comes over the element icon is "element" and doesn't tell you which one.
Also a lot of the items have hilarious and very witty info bits in their descriptions, and I have been able to do everything I wanted to do with the game except for one thing.
They have a human avatar system and I have found this part of the game, which is big in community stuff is inaccessible, however it is not essential to gameplay, so the wardrobe isn't that big a deal. You also might have to guess about what some of the color schemes are for pets because they aren't called things like "green" or "pink" and you might also have to guess what one of the fake animals is supposed to represent. I'll put some translations down here for you.
harvester (my personal favorite): a little grim reaper
ghostly: a little ghost
fester: from what I remember it is either an eagle or a penguin
malarkey: a duck
ruffie: a dog of some sort
montre: I believe something like a griffon
tutani: a whale
bovine: cow or bull
draegorth: dragon thing
Kerubi: Japanese monster fox style creature, very cute
of course that's all I can think of as there are well over 50 different species in all. I'll also give you a translation of color types.
spectrum: rainbow colors
voodoo: creepy voodoo stuff
forest: green and some parts of the pet might be vines, branches, or leaves.
sun: bright red or orange
dusk: medium to pale blue
twilight: dark blues and blacks
steamworks: steampunk pets
storm: lightning and stormcloud motif
arid: usually white, sometimes slight middle-eastern or desert reflavoring of parts of the creature
bloodred: dark reds and blacks, often far more macabre representation of the pet with cartoon gore. very evil looking
marsh: moldy browns and greens and slimy in appearance.
cream: creamy colored
aqua: aqua in color
chibi: very baby-toy looking, often with large heads and small limbs looking sort of like a very cute drawing in a kids' book.
scribble: a cute pen and ink style drawing.
dark matter: black with halo of black spheres with lavender or pink aura, distinct evil appearance despite the pink color.
common: basic default coloration for a pet, varies widely from species to species.
I probably missed a color pattern or more and I didn't even scratch the surface of the actual pets, but that is the translation I am working with right now.