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For the three months between Virus Hunter’s announcement and its release, the Creators spent a lot of time blogging about how it would be the biggest and best island yet. Then the long wait was over, and the island turned out to be … good. I’ll give it that. It was a fun island with cool designs and great dialogue. But I don’t think for a second that it is Poptropica’s “best” (for me, that award probably goes to Mythology or Super Villain). Still, I liked it, even if it fell a little bit short of expectations.
Does this count as an island since it’s technically a re-release? Some new content was added and it even got its own trailer so I’m going to say yes. I really don’t have much to say about it besides this: it’s a great concept and I love the games (especially the two new ones), but I wish there was more story to it.
Mocktropica is like no island that ever came before… in this quest, you have to save Poptropica itself from rogue game designers! It’s nice to know that Poptropica isn’t afraid to make fun of itself at times. Still, considering how much of a breakthrough this island is, it’s hard to believe that it consists of so little: there’s a mountain, a school, a cheese factory, and that’s about it. Compared to the visuals of other islands of late, it kind of falls flat at times.
Come back next week for when the awards are presented!
The Oscars are playing tonight, so I thought I’d do my own awards show of sorts. But instead of movies, I’ll be giving an overview of all of the islands that were released in 2013. We’ll start off with…
What a great way to kick off the year! Cool visuals, quirky characters, and a Whodunit-style quest to boot. Poptropica kicked its way into the zombie craze with full force, and boy, did it pay off!
First off, I’d like to say that this island has a lot of great things going for it – it has more free costumes and Easter eggs than any other island on Poptropica. The only thing it lacks is the most important – a solid story. Let’s face it, most of the quest is just you wandering around an empty mall, hoping your cell phone will ring soon so some security guard can tell you what to do next. Even the segway-surfing snake can’t save this island from plodding along at a snail’s pace.
I already mentioned before that my dream job is to become a film director when I grow up. So naturally, I had pretty high expectations for this Hollywood-based quest when it came out, but I was still pleasantly surprised by how exceedingly good it was. This is Poptropica’s homage to the world of cinema, and you can almost see the Creators pouring out their love for the movies onto the screen. The satirical edge is so razor sharp and the dialogue so witty that this island can be enjoyed by adults just as much as children.
This doesn’t mean that Poptropica has no chance at a LEGO set in the future. Consider this: two different Legends of Zelda projects have already reached the review stage before, with another one on the way. None of them have passed review so far, but that doesn’t stop Zelda fans from casting their vote. If one Poptropica-based CUUSOO project can get 10,000 votes, others are sure to follow.
A few days ago, we learned that Monster Carnival Island will be released after spending five years as the most mysterious secret in Poptropica history. Now we finally have more details on the island and its bonus quest.
In the dead of night, a caravan rumbles into town. The traveling carnival has returned! But this is no day at the park. Behind the lights and the laughter, the carnival harbors a dark secret. Buy a ticket if you dare, but beware — once you enter, you may never be able to escape the Monster Carnival!
The town is safe, but now a prominent citizen is missing. Has the monster carnival claimed another victim, or is something else behind his disappearance?
From the pictures on the info page, we can see that the carnival will include a Ferris Wheel, a Tunnel of Love, a dark forest, an ice cream parlor and ‘Ringmaster Raven’s Circus of the Bizarre’.
Members will also get a gear pack that includes the Ringmaster Costume, Raven Swarm Power, and Hypno-Powder.
First of all, Mocktropica is now available to everyone. That isn’t one of the two most wonderful pieces of news I mentioned in the title, but I thought I should probably mention it.
It’s official! After years of waiting, Monster Carnival Island will finally be released! For those who don’t know, Monster Carnival was supposed to be Poptropica’s fourth island, but it was wiped off the map and replaced with 24 Carrot before it came out.
The trailer doesn’t really tell us much, but keep checking back for news updates and release dates!
Ever since I started playing Poptropica, I’ve wanted to make my own island. Not just write the story, like in the Be A Poptropica Creator contest, but actually build it from scratch. The newly-released Poptropica Labs allows you to move around in an environment where you can place down different objects and change the landscape. It’s still a far cry from actually building an entire island, but that might come around in the not-too-far future.
There’s one catch, though: it’s only available to members. (Cue depressing music)
Mocktropica is now available to members! When you arrive at the front page, the Poptropica logo will shake like this every few seconds:
Most of you probably have friends or relatives who think Poptropica is some kind of fruit punch. To help out the unfortunates who currently live in a Poptropica-less world, this one-and-a-half minute video will shed some light on what this virtual world is all about: