Friday, May 11, 2018

Island Highlight: Mocktropica

Today we're highlighting one of Poptropica's most amazing islands, Mocktropica! Have you visited this unique island? If so, what's your favorite part about it? 
Poptropica is under new management, and it's falling apart at the seams! The newest Island isn't finished, the staff is nowhere to be found, and you can't take two steps without running into a game-breaking bug. Get ready to go behind the scenes for your most important adventure yet — because this time, you've got to save Poptropica itself!
If you haven't visited Mocktropica, what are you waiting for?

10 comments:

Nathaniel Best said...

Tried finishing Mocktropica the other day, but it got stuck. Now when I try to reenter the island, I'm stuck in an infinite cut-scene. Please fix this because it's an amazing island! (Pretty ironic though how it's an island about bugs with bugs)

EnderSparcGaming said...

Guess you could say the island ideas team sure had alot of "bugs" bothering them lol

Jordyn Gowens said...

This is one of if not my favorite island. The story is incredibly meta, and the dialogue is really sharp. My favorite part is the mecha transformation sequence before the final battle.

Big Belly (Poptropican Name) said...

cool island, but why isn't the friend feature working?

J S said...

My favorite part was probably when i filled the canyon with those fluffy little orange creatures and walked across:) This was a fun and difficult island

CherryHusky said...

Hi there- for a while (like 2 days) I've been having horrendous login troubles, and once I get in, sometimes it says stuff like "can't find user" or something along those lines when playing an island. Please help!

Siddhant Raman said...

Will never forget this gorgeous island.

Quick Lizard said...

when are you coming out with a new island?

Kion Leader of The lion guard said...

This was a good island i enjoyed it was really funny to me when it gave me and achivement saying Dork for walking through a door Lol that was funny this was a pretty good island on poptropica.

Ramel Balingan said...

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