Yet Another Thing That We Already Know…

There’s something wrong with the Creators.  They keep telling us stuff that we already know!

One giant leap for map-kind

For some time now, Poptropica has had a problem. A good problem, but a problem nonetheless. The problem: too many Islands! Vampire’s Curse Island will be our 25th Island, if you can believe it. And our map was starting to look really cluttered.

First, we thought we would just have to erase some Islands. Flush ’em right down the drain. But as our fingers were hovering over the “delete” button, somebody had an idea: why not make a new map? We all agreed that was a much better solution.

Now, when you log onto Poptropica for the first time, or return to your blimp from Main Street of any Island, you’ll see this new and improved map screen!

It has a few advantages over the old one. The Island icons no longer move, so it’s easier to read their names. The newest Islands are at the very beginning, so you’ll won’t have far to look for the latest and greatest adventure. And we’ve split up the map into different pages, which makes it easier for you to sort through them.

Oh, and most important of all: the birds chase your blimp.

We hope you enjoy the new map, and that it helps makes your visit to Poptropica even more fun than before.

Happy Leap Day! There won’t be another one for 4 years.

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CAPTAIN CRAWFISH

We knew about this…let’s see…4 or 5 days ago!  Creators, you really need to work on your efficientness (that can be a word if I want it to be).

That’s why you come here, where you get the news right away without any waiting!  Well, most of the time anyway.

Edit: It just sank in…the Creators almost deleted some islands!  Those beautiful, wonderful, amazing, islands that we spent forever trying to beat and make guides for!  Thank goodness somebody had the idea of making a new map, and whoever that was just saved me from crying about all the hard work that I did for nothing.

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