Top Ten of The Month!

Hey Guys! It’s me, Smart Flame!  Today, We will countdown the top ten most meaningful islands. The islands will have deep story lines, cultural  beauty, and diverse story lines.  Let’s get started.

10. Arabian Nights
This island goes over the struggle people faced in ancient middle eastern times.  It shows how 40 thieves were destroying the city, while combining ancient myths and legends of genies in a bottle at the time.

9. Cryptids Island
This island shows how a millionaire wished to find proof of the many mythical creatures that are known through the world as cryptids.  But he realizes people are searching for them while terrorizing these animals.  He does everything in his power to help you find conclusive evidence of them, while helping refuge one too.

8. S.O.S. Island
This island shows the terror of boat wreck, which represents the famous Titanic boat sink that was an unexpected tragedy occurring in the early 20th century.  Through saving the guests, it shows you also how they were stuck in that terror.

7. Game Show Island
This island shows our poptropican’s struggle for freedom in dystopian-like environment controlled by robots.  They must prove themselves to become equals with the robots.  This island represents our “Pop Civil War” as we fight for our rights.

6. Escape From Pelican Rock Island
This island may not have been culturally diverse, but it dealt with more grown-up, real world situations.  Though getting framed and thrown in jail by an exact double of you in boots isn’t likely, it still dealt with crimes and showed us the torture of what prison would be.

5. Time Tangled Island
This island, quick as it may be, still dealt with several cultures and allowed us to see how different sultures interact and how some artifacts changed the course of history.

4. Twisted Thicket Island
This island was a personal favorite, and to this day I find how underrated it is.  It’s mystical and mythological elements only further the plot and playing experience, while still holding two central themes. The first being nature shouldn’t be fought, rather then worked with.  The second being the fierceness to protect something may rub off as rude or evil, but until we know it’s motivation, judging it is wrong, unless it is violent to the point of criminal status.

3. Vampire’s Curse Island
As much as I wanted to tape my hands together while writing this, due to it being one of my least favorite islands, the deep plots and story lines, though hidden in a Twilight-like them (HP wins any day), it still has a strong meaning that might miss at first glance.  It is that no human will live forever, and until one realizes that, depression and confusion will rage inside one, causing them to do irrational things.

2. Skullduggery Island
This is another one I do not wish to write, as it’s name is underlined in the red line (really annoying for me), and I wished to snap my chromebook while floating endlessy on water.  But this has a very adult meaning, in which we must work for our success, and because 90% of the island was this, it went up on this list.  And the phrase really comes true once you beat ol’ Captain Crawfish.

1. Ghost Story Island
Don’t tell me you didn’t see this coming.  It is a fan favorite, and rightfully so.  This is why I love Poptropica.  They’re able to convey deep story lines, ones you’d find in successful novels, and create them in such a way older kids love it, while still being a fun game that younger audiences can enjoy. And honestly this island in the epitome of that.  It provides a love story that’s not overly gushy and gross, a few scarier moments that are very unexpected, and the adventurous spirit that Poptropica brings to you from all islands.

Before I go I have two things to say.  First a theory, are only Poptropica ghosts aloud to talk?  And look at this:


I can’t believe anyone even nominated Endangered, but to now have it be in contention for voting?  This is so surreal. When this blog was created I did not think it would be still active, but here I am with something that could win a Poppies award! Shout-out to Sporty Boa who had the amazing idea for this wonderful series!  Yet again I thank everyone who nominated Endangered, and everyone who supports this blog, you mean so much to me.  BTW the 3rd part will be released tomorrow with a little surprise! Thank you if you made it this far, you could probably run a marathon.  Bye! ~Smart Flame



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