Read Between The Lines: You’re Poptropicans are Time Travelers!

I believe that Poptropica is one timeline of major problems in the world in which your poptropican went to save everyone in.  I will be reviewing the similarities in Crisis Caverns and 24 Carrot island to historical events and how your poptropican saved the potropicans there.

We’ll start with Crisis Caverns as there is smaller evidence and similarities.  I believe this island most closely relates to the eruption of Pompeii.  Mount Vesuvius was the volcano that erupted, possibly relating to the Caldera, or Super Volcano. Also, the park in the game was a tourist attraction, as was Pompeii for some of their many technological advances, unheard of at their time.

I believe 24 Carrot relates to the Great Depression of America.  I believe this because, as seen, the city is financial crisis.  I believe the loss of carrots represent the loss of the main resource or job that supported towns: this islands were carrots.  Now more evidence supports this theory.  The great depression took place in the 30’s, and nearly the 40’s.  The technological advances are similar to what would have been there at that time, such as a movie theater, and a diner.  Also during this time, the industrial evolution had really hit its peak, and there is a factory there, which could show the large amounts of smog seen on the island. Next is the farm, as even though farming  was not as popular as it used to be, it was still common to see a farm in every town.

Personally, I think the second could be true, but tell what you think in the comments below. That’s all for today, bye! ~Smart Flame


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