Explore the New Poptropica Worlds

This review was made possible by iConnect and Poptropica Worlds. I was provided compensation to facilitate this post, but all opinions stated are 100% mine.

School is out for summer! But in my home, we didn’t make it two days before my daughter was claiming that she was bored (that’s actually 1 day longer than I thought she would make it). While we limit screen time in the summer, I am a bit more lax since we are not swamped with homework and after school activities. Of course, it’s not a free for all and I still monitor online activity closely.

Poptropica Worlds
Because my daughter has loved Poptropica games in the past, I was excited to learn about the release of the new Poptropica Worlds! On May 23rd, StoryArc Media’s Poptropica launched Poptropica Worlds, a reimagining of an old favorite. Created by Jeff Kinney, author Diary of a Wimpy Kid book series (which we also love), Poptropica Worlds is about immersive and interactive storytelling in a safe, engaging, and interactive environment.

Poptropica Worlds Avatar
I downloaded Poptropica Worlds for iOS (but it is also available on Android) on our iPad and was excited to learn that setting up a new account is totally anonymous in order to protect my child’s safety. It did not require any personal information at all with the exception of age and gender.

Next, we picked a name from a selection of options and the avatar we liked best and we were off to explore Poptropica Worlds. Kids are empowered to explore a chain of story-based islands where they battle monsters and solve mysteries and complete quests. As a scientist, I liked Crisis Caverns the best because it is modeled after the supervolcano in Yellowstone National Park, and is focused on teaching geology concepts. My daughter thought it was fun to explore while gathering clues to solve problems.

Crisis Caverns
Take a look at the Poptropica Worlds trailer and then start your quest by downloading the app today!

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