We received a lovely letter from a Poptropican named Loud Feather that we had to share.
A LAMENT TO THE 32 ISLANDS
Over the last few days, I have been going over all the last few Poptropican Islands. It is strange to think that once there was only one island; and that less than four years ago, there were only EIGHT!
Sometimes we forget about these old islands. They are just figures of the past, unwanted, and used. But really, they are more than that. They are milestones of Poptropica.
We should take the time from now until when the 33rd island comes out to celebrate, and decide, once and for all… WHICH IS THE BEST ISLAND IN POPTROPICA?
Obviously, everyone has different opinions.
Here are some milestones of Poptropica:
2007, EARLY POPTROPICA: Early Poptropica, the first island ever, was created.
2008, ASTRO KNIGHTS: The first “boss battle” scenes ever! Also, Astro Knights is one of the oldest islands, but one of the hardest and most popular!
2010, SKULLDUGGERY: The longest island TO DATE. It is an extremely popular island and is regarded to some as the hardest island on Poptropica.
2010, THE DAILY POP: All of Poptropica was closed down in late 2010 for repairs. No one knew exactly what was going on, until… it RE-OPENED: with a new format! Your own Poptropican homepage, the Daily Pop, a new saving system and a great new store came out.
2012, POPTROPICA FRIENDS: Poptropica gained a new activity: friending. Now, you can become friends with other people, start Multiverse codes with them, and see what they’ve been up to.
2012, SUPER VILLAIN: The 30th Island came out on Poptropica… with characters from other islands! In Reality TV (2009-10), you could go on a TV Show with them, but in Super Villain, you could actually go into their dreams and find out why they were so evil: giving a terrific back-story to Poptropica.
2013, ZOMBERRY: Yep, the 32nd island is out, and, well, let’s just say that in the past six years, Poptropica got a whole lot better!
Wonderful stuff. I’d say it’s more of an ode than a lament, but at any rate — this letter brought the house down! Thanks so much, Loud Feather.