|“||Explore, collect, compete||”|
Poptropica is an online role-play browser game created by Jeff Kinney and Family Education Network for kids ages 6–15.
In the game, players, called Poptropicans travel to different islands and complete quests on them. So far there are forty-three islands released on Poptropica and over 500,000,000 Poptropicans. Poptropica creates a lot of merchandise, including the Poptropica Blimp toy and many outfits, all of which are sold at the Poptropica Shop. They also make action figures, plush models, and "Pocketeers," which are two-inch toys.
|“||Poptropica's oldest inhabitants have a problem: someone's been stealing their stuff! To return what's rightfully theirs, you'll explore creepy sewers, pitch-black caverns, and even a giant's garden in the clouds. See how it all began with the very first Poptropica Island: Early Poptropica!||”|
So far, Poptropica has created one video game, called Poptropica Adventures for Nintendo DS. There is also a 3DS copy of the game playable on the 3DS.
- Main article: Common Room
Common Rooms are rooms where you can chat or challenge other players head-to-head. Nearly every island have their own Common Room. Below is the list of most of the island Common Rooms:
|Early Poptropica||Soda Pop Shop/Arcade|
|Shark Tooth||Coconut Cafe|
|Time Tangled||Party Time Tower|
|24 Carrot||24 Carrot Cinema|
|Super Power||The Daily Paper|
|Spy Island||The Hair Club|
|Big Nate||Cap'n Salty's|
|Astro-Knights||Crop Circle Inn|
|Counterfeit||The Moldy Baguette Inn|
|Skullduggery||The Broken Barrel|
|Steamworks||Steamworks Gear Shop|
|Great Pumpkin||Flying Ace Cafe|
|Cryptids||Bert's Bed & Breakfast|
|Wild West||Dusty Gulch Hotel|
|Wimpy Wonderland||Photo Gallery|
|Red Dragon||Frog Creek Library|
|Shrink Ray||Sweet Dreams Candy Shop|
|Mystery Train||Reverie Lounge|
|Game Show||Robo-Bling Boutique|
|Ghost Story||Visitor Center|
|S.O.S||Daggoo's Fish Market|
|Vampire's Curse||A Farm|
|Twisted Thicket||Bjorn's Smörgåsbord|
|Poptropolis Games 2013||Poptropolis Training Hall and Gym|
|Wimpy Boardwalk||Laser Tag|
|Lunar Colony||Final Frontier Gift Shop|
|Super Villain||You Know The Drill Eatery|
|Charlie and the Chocolate Factory||The Post Office|
The Blue Locust Restaurant
The Facili-tee, Atrium
- Main article: Mini-Islands
Also called Miniquests, Mini-Islands are quest that looks like the island quests, but shorter and usually easier. The Mini-Islands can be bought on Poptropica Store with various prices. However, since late 2011, the Mini-Islands would not cost any credits. Below is a list of Mini-Islands released on Poptropica :
There's also a Mini-Island play called Blimp Adventure. You must buy the Poptropica Blimp first on Toys R Us to get the redeem code.
Bonus QuestSince December 2011, Poptropica has been releasing bonus quests for members. The bonus quest can be unlocked when you finish selected islands. As for now, the islands that have Bonus Quest are:
- S.O.S Island
- Vampire's Curse Island
- Twisted Thicket Island
- Poptropolis Games Island 2013
- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Island
- Wimpy Boardwalk Island
- Lunar Colony Island
- Super Villain Island
- Zomberry Island
Poptropica has stopped releasing Bonus Quests since they have started making episode Islands.
Starting July 6, 2011, Poptropica started allowing players to replay islands, while keeping all the Island Medallions they had already earned. After you finished the island numerous times, you'll still get the statistics. To restart an island, you can click on the map icon at the top right of the screen. The Restart Island button located at the bottom-left of the screen.
- Poptropica was officially launched September 2007.
- As of October 19 of 2012, Poptropica has had over 498 million users.
- In early 2010, the Poptropica team added membership for Poptropica users to have an upgraded access to exclusive items from the Poptropica Store, and to play on islands before their release to non-members. In August 2014, they allowed members to access a beta island, Poptropica Land, where they are able to play with special idealistic tools, costumes, etc., for their enjoyment, even if they will not be used in future islands.
- Poptropica Website
- Poptropica Island Tour
- Poptropica Creator's Blog
- Poptropica on Google Plus
- Poptropica on Youtube
- Poptropica on Facebook
- Poptropica on Twitter
- The Mews Foundation Website