Sunday, December 18, 2011

Ghost Story Island Out!

Hey Guys!!! Ghost story Isalnd is now out, free to play! For members, That is. Enjoy!-Zippy

24 Carrot VS. Shark Tooth!

24 Carrot Vs. Shark Tooth now... 24 Carrot already beat Time Tangled! Vote ! Vote ! Vote ! - Zippy

Monday, December 5, 2011

Results: Early Poptropica VS. Shark Tooth

Hey guys! Here are the results for Shark Tooth Island VS. Early Poptropica Island: WOAH!!!!! It was 45 to 15!!! Shark Tooth: 45 Early Pop: 15
Blowout!!!! Anyway, keep watching! - Zippy Crab

Monday, November 28, 2011

Happy Holidays!

Hey guys!!! I love Christmas and cannot wait! Here's my outfit for the holidays:
You guys should try to make your own holiday wear! I love mine! We also got this card for our backpack called  the poptropica wish list. It lists all the Poptropica toys and you can check off if you have them or not. Anyway guys, Happy Holidays! - ZiPpY

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Zippy's Costumes: Jedi

Hi guys! My friend Caelin came up with another costume!!! Jedi! May the force be with you on this one!!!

Sky Hawk Warrior sword
Brown Jacket (main street Red Dragon Island)
Jack’s hair (also Red Dragon Island)
Shirt and pants from the boy standing on the dock (Skullduggery Island main street)

Hope you got it!!! - Zippy

Zippy's Costumes: 50's Lady

Hi world! My friend Caelin made a costume for me to share. It is called the 50's Lady. Enjoy!!!!!!

50's Lady
50′s lady:
Blue headband hair
Half rim glasses ( Cryptids main street)
Blue long skirt (Cryptids kite flying area)
Hot pink lips w/ mole
Pink shirt from the Carrot King (24 carrot)
Apron optional (also Carrot King)

I hope I helped!!! - Zippy

Zippy's Costumes: Light Yagami & Near

Hi guys! Here are once again more costumes from the anime death note. Sense I don't know much about death note my friend ( he calls himself Ryuzaki) made these. Enjoy!!!

Light Yagami
Light Yagami:
1.surfer dude hair(brown)
3.coat from guy outside of cafe on counterfeit island
4.brown pants
5.tan skin
6.singer(male)shirt red


1.white pants
2.white shirt with collar
3.white hair
4.tan skin
5.surfer dude hair

I hope you enjoyed!!! - Zippy

Zippy's Costumes: Ryuk & L

Hi guys! I have costumes from ( I don't know if you have heard of it, I hadn't before this) the anime Death Note, and these costumes were made by my friend who calls himself "Ryuzaki" sense I don't know much about Death Note. Here they are:

1.Hypnotic hair(black)
2.white skin
3.zombie eye glaze
4.Frankenstein shirt(or any completely black shirt pants that matches the shirt
6.any belt(preferably one with a large buckle)
7.furry monster 2 wings(bat wings are okay,but its better if there black)
8.full smile mouth(just chew some gum then turn of the gum to get the mouth

1.white shirt pants
3.surfer dude hair
4.bangs hair and tan skin

Thanks for looking!!! - Zippy

Zippy's Costumes: Mother Nature & Teenage Girl

Hi guys! I have 2 more costumes, (girl costumes this time) but they are made by my friend Neat Hopper. Here they are:


1. Green pop star lips 2. Green prom queen dress (both the top and the skirt) and bangs. (both bangs)
3. wavy hair from that girl on cryptids island. ( make your hair green by either using colorizer or 24 Carrot drinks ( 24 carrot drinks gave it a good olive color) )
4. (Optional) Fairy Wand

Teenage Girl
1. Vampire girl 1 hair
2. Vampire girl 2 shirt, necklace, bangs, and pants.
3. Vampire girl 3 bangs

Thanks for looking!!! - Zippy

Friday, November 25, 2011


Hey guys!!! I just noticed, I got 2,000 views!!! Thanks for all the support and help encouraging me to keep going. Thanks for checking out my website guys!!!!!! Tell your friends, family, and others!!!! Thanks Poptropica!!! - ZiPpY CrAb

Skullduggery Island

Hi guys! This is the walkthrough for Skullduggery Island.ATTENTION! THIS WAS STRAIGHT FROM WIKIPEDIA ANSWERS. Why? For one thing I know how to beat every island, but it takes days to type it. So here it is through a Wikipedia post with maybe my pics and maybe some beginning information. Thanks, Zippy.

 Skullduggery island is the 13th Island in Poptropica and opened June 17, 2010. 

*This solution contains spoilers*

Enter the island from the Island Map (members had Early Access May 20, 2010) and climb down to Fort Ridley, one of a few small islands scattered about in the sea. For the first part of the island, you will collect items that lead to other items and clues.
  1. Travel down Main Street to the right and cross the covered bridge. On the far side, climb down into the stream and go left to get the Doubloon from the sand.
  2. Return left to Stinky Tim's store, and use the doubloon to buy a bag of chicken feed. Also go to the upper right shelf to get the Broken Mirror.
  3. Give the feed to the boy with the chickens. He will give you a chicken.
  4. Head right again, across the bridge to the corn farm. Use the chicken to eat some of the bugs, and the farmer gives you a Blue Candle.
  5. Go far right. past the Governor's house, to the sea edge and talk to the woman there whose husband is lost at sea.
  6. Enter the Governor's house and use the Blue Candle to reveal the missing writing on the Parchment. The Governor will tell you about the Treasure Map and the need to defeat Captain Crawfish the pirate.
  7. Go back to the Fort and use the telescope at the top, where you will see a small raft. Signal the raft using the Broken Mirror, and it will dock.
  8. The beach woman's husband is aboard the raft, and is grateful to be home. He gives you his ship, which is now crewed by a cabin boy and the old sailor from the fort.

THE LONG SAILING AND TRADING PART OF THE GAME now begins, in the seas between the 5 outlying islands : Dragon Cove at the upper left, Bouffant Bay, Parrot Port, Golden Harbor, and Pirate Outpost. These are all indicated on the sailing map. Sail by lifting anchor (spacebar) and using the cursor to indicate direction and speed. Dock by dropping anchor and clicking the island dock. Each movement to an island is counted as a "day" in the quest, but there is no set speed of play. As the game progresses, you buy larger ships to hold more cargo, but the hazards increase somewhat as well.

Find the Map Pieces : there is one on each of the five trading islands.
Earning doubloons and cargo items : initially you "salvage" these from the water, and later you buy and sell them for a profit at any of the five ports. The prices for the cargo items vary from port to port, often allowing you to "buy low and sell high".
Hazards that can cost you cargo or damage the ship : Giant pink sea creatures such as a crab, octopus, or puffer fish. Whirlpools, thunderstorms, and rock shoals can cause damage. Pirate ships can attack, and you can duel them by firing any cannon you have. If you are damaged or sunk you lose some doubloons or cargo items.
New Ships and Skilled Crewmen can improve your durability, speed, cargo capacity, and armament use. Buy new ships at Dragon Cove, and hire crew (relatively expensive) at each of the four ports except Parrot Port. Ships are expensive but have a small resale value.
You can borrow more cash, equal to your current wealth, at the bank in Golden Harbor, and this must be repaid. The interest is only 5% per day, but compounded, so large balances should be paid off as quickly as possible without losing your working capital. If you have an overdue loan, you cannot buy a new ship.
Sailing Hint -- When sailing around rocks and salvage, drop anchor to pivot the ship.

  1. Dragon Cove -- go to the water's edge with the old fisherman. Sink the floating statue to uncover a Mallet. Slide the fisherman right, past the giant Bell Gong to the first barrel. When you use the Mallet on the Gong, fish will jump from the water, allowing the old man to catch one, and he will give you the map piece.
  2. Bouffant Bay -- You can help the worker at the dock and get a clue from his wife at the residence (far right). A pirate also tells you the map piece is at "312 Hanging Fern Way", a reference to three hanging plants. At the plants, jump into the 3rd, then the 1st, then the 2nd plant to get the map piece.
  3. Parrot Port -- There is a parrot flying around who leads you on a chase. First go to Petey's Pirate Pub and get the Cracker from the upper left. Now the parrot will have you dive into the sea (he moves to another window) then block the smoking chimney* (he's in a palm tree at the far right). He tells you to contact his owner, a pirate atop the tower at far left. Once you have, you can use the Cracker to lure the parrot back to the tower, where you receive the map piece. (You may have to dunk yourself and block the chimney again to find the parrot.)
  4. Golden Harbor -- There are 5 hanging street lights, and after lighting any of them , lighting another will turn others off. Counting from the left, you need the 1st, 2nd, and 4th lights on. The way to accomplish this is to light them from right to left : the 4th, then the 2nd, then the 1st in that order. Leaving the dock and returning will reset the lights. The piece appears in a draped archway.
  5. Pirate Outpost -- Climb the giant skull cliff, jumping over the pirates to avoid being knocked back. At the top of the tall mast is a Cannon Starter kit to use on any of the 4 cannons, but only the one at lower left is important. On the way back down. push the small barrel of explosives from the mast into the water below. Position the barrel under the giant Golden Tooth of the stone skull. If you fire the cannon and hit the barrel, the blast shakes loose the Golden Tooth and reveals the map piece. Assembling all 5 pieces reveals a hidden island, called Skullduggery, at the lower center of the map. Near the game's end, you will go there to find the Buried Treasure.

DEALING AND TRADING -- The best profits are made by sailing a clockwise course around the islands. Sell any salvage, and you may want to leave room for more you might pick up.
  1. Silk is bought cheaply at Dragon Cove (upper left), and sold at nearly double your cost at Bouffant Bay to the right.
  2. Medicine is bought cheaply at Bouffant Bay (upper middle) and sold at Parrot Port to the south. There is nothing cheap at Parrot Port.
  3. Grain is bought cheaply at Golden Harbor (lower right) and sold at Pirate Outpost to the left.
  4. Spices are bought cheaply at Pirate Outpost (lower left) and sold at Dragon Cove to the far north.

NEW SHIPS AND CREW -- Ships are bought from the dealer at Dragon Cove, each more expensive than the previous, requiring two or more trading runs to afford the next larger model. Take out a loan at Golden Harbor to help buy more cargo. Do NOT spend so much on a ship that you haven't enough doubloons for a FULL cargo or two for your new ship size. That would make your trades much less profitable.
  1. Your raft -- free but holds only 20 total cargo items, speed 6
  2. Jimmy Rigger -- 3000 doubloons, holds 60 cargo, speed 7, has 1 cannon
  3. Carabelle -- 9000 doubloons, holds 200 cargo, speed 8, 1 cannon
  4. Sea Sultan -- 30,000 doubloons, holds 600 cargo, speed 9, 2 cannon
  5. The Koi -- 90,000 doubloons, holds 1800 cargo, speed 12, 3 cannon
  6. Steaming Fury -- 300,000 doubloons, holds 5000 cargo, speed 12, 4 cannon
  7. Phoenix Warbird -- 1,000,000 doubloons, holds 6000 cargo, speed 13, 5 cannon

Crew positions :
  1. Shipwright (Dragon Cove) : 20,000 doubloons to hire, slowly fixes damage without docking
  2. Cargo Master (Bouffant Bay) : 15,000 doubloons, increases cargo space of any ship by 50%
  3. Navigator (Parrot Port) : 12,000 doubloons, increases ship speed
  4. Cannoneer (Pirate Outpost) : 20,000 doubloons, increases firing rate of your cannon

BATTLING PIRATES (and eventually Captain Crawfish)

Anytime you face damage from a hazard or attack, the green "health bar" appears on the travel view. One will also appear for enemy ships or creatures. Aiming and hitting enemy ships, especially those with more cannon, can be fun but a losing proposition. They are hard to hit because shots take awhile to arrive at the target. Oddly enough, this also lets you "outrun" or swerve to avoid cannon balls. Only when you have a larger ship than your opponent can you regularly succeed. Smaller ships will tend to "gang up" on you, as well. You can salvage items from any destroyed ships or sea creatures. If you are sunk, you lose part of your doubloons (10%) and cargo (10% to 13%) and start sailing again from your previous dock.

WIN THE GAME -- After from 25 to 100 days of trading, you will have acquired the most expensive ship, the Phoenix Warbird. This ship is a match for the dread Captain Crawfish. Sail to the Skullduggery sea to confront him. When he is apparently sunk, return to the Governor at Fort Ridley. You will receive a special card with the location of the Buried Treasure on Skullduggery Island, and a Bone Shovel to dig it up. When you finish, you are surprised by Captain Crawfish and his crew, who apparently survived the battle and are going to take the treasure from you. Fortunately, your valiant crew sails to your rescue, sinking the pirate ship and marooning Captain Crawfish. (He will never be seen again. Or will he??) Return the treasure to Fort Ridley and receive the Island Medallion!

* Save Your Game Often! *
Some users have lost a character and ship temporarily until rebooting the browser. Users have reported losing up to 45 days of playing time even with the browser open!

Notes :
1) Having an overdue loan will prevent you from buying a new ship.
2) After initial release, a moving ash cover was added to the chimney of Petey's Parrot Pub, so that you only need stand on it to block the smoke. This was likely a child safety concern.
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Mythology Island

Hi guys! This is the walkthrough for Mythology Island.ATTENTION! THIS WAS STRAIGHT FROM WIKIPEDIA ANSWERS. Why? For one thing I know how to beat every island, but it takes days to type it. So here it is through a Wikipedia post with maybe my pics and maybe some beginning information. Thanks, Zippy. 

Mythology Island is the 12th island on Poptropica. It opened to Poptropica's paid monthly members on April 1, 2010, and to general free use on April 29, 2010. 

----- This solution contains spoilers -----

Entering Mythology Island: Olympus Village

On this Main Street, the Olympus Museum is at the left, and to the right is Herc's Hero Hut, the gate to Mount Olympus, and the Midas Gym (the multiplayer meeting room). The area to the left is the forest and to the right is the Grove of Temples.
  1. Enter the museum and browse the Greek Mythology history and the various gods and goddesses. The only item to acquire is the Starfish which is on Poseidon's statue.
  2. The gate to Mount Olympus is locked until late in the game. Hercules is in the Hero Hut selling autographs, but nothing in there is ever functional.

The Grove of Temples

Go right from Olympus Village. The temple is to the Nine Muses, who inspire human scholars and artists.
  1. Go in and to the far right there are free Reed Pipes (flutes). Take one and go to the statue of Euterpe (in the group nearer the entrance).
  2. Repeat the song she teaches you note-by-note, and Euterpe will give you a song that can put Cerberus to sleep.

The Tree of Immortality

Leave the Grove, go left past Olympus Village to the forest. The Tree of Immortality is mostly decoration, and the statues dare you to eat an apple from it (there is only one, and it is in the next frame above the forest).
  1. Climb the steps and go up into the tree. There are serpents you can climb and mushrooms which will bounce you up to the next step. The central area has a "honey" spill which is only barely climbable.
  2. Find the satyr at the top right, who will show you the way to reach the Golden Apple if you collect 10 pots of honey within 60 seconds. There are about three to either side and four down the middle, and it is easier to get the top ones first.
  3. When you go up the hidden path and get the apple, Zeus angrily appears. But he offers you a task, recovering 5 sacred items for him in exchange for your immortality. Looking over the scroll, the items are: 1) a flower from the Garden of the Sphinx - far left, 2) the nose ring of the Minotaur - also left, 3) a scale from the Hydra - Poseidon's lair, 4) a giant pearl - also Poseidon's, and 5) a whisker from the dog-beast Cerberus - in Hades.
  4. After Zeus leaves, you are visited by Athena (his daughter) who warns you about Zeus and offers her help. When you see a glowing olive, it means that there is a helpful hint.

The Garden of the Sphinx and the Cave of the Minotaur

Cross the bridge to the right from the forest. There is a huge creature (the Sphinx) in a garden setting. Wood and stone aqueducts are spilling water about the scene. At the far left is the cave of the Minotaur.
  1. The creature (Sphinx) wants water returned to the Garden. Climb up from the entrance and open the water flow into the aqueduct. There are four control levers and two wooden gates. Once all of the water is flowing into the lake, you can go back to the Sphinx.
  2. You will find the Sacred Flower. Climb above it to a tree with red pomegranate fruits. Collect these and go to the cave entrance.
  3. The lock to the entrance is musical, with eight notes according to the color code of the Reed Pipe : blue-blue-green-yellow-yellow-red-blue-green.
  4. The Minotaur ushers you into his labyrinth, which is large but not particularly confusing. Go across the top until you hit a chain, then straight down from there (not back to the left). There are three challenges in the maze. The first involves a riddle, removing 6 bones from an arrangement of 15, leaving "10" (the nine bones that spell the letters TEN). The scorpion pit requires you to simply jump over him. The Red-Eyed Snake is elusive, but if you have fast reflexes, you can catch him three times as he pops out (peripheral vision is helpful). Your other option is to click at one of the holes for a few minutes until he pops out there (the Red-eye works his way around to all 12 holes every few cycles). There is no indication that you have succeeded until you tag him three times.
  5. Take the ring from the Minotaur's nose.

The Realms of Hades and Poseidon

These two sequences are to the right in the Grove of Temples, and each has a temple interior and a throne room (which you access much later in the game). Because of a special travel item, you should do the Poseidon realm first, then come back to the Hades pit.
  1. Travel all the way back to the Village, and through the Grove of Temples until you reach the realms of Hades (below) and Poseidon (farther right). Use the mud elevators to reach Poseidon's realm on the far right side of the Hades temple.
  2. In the Poseidon temple, place the Starfish on the altar, which opens the entrance to the realm. You will find a beach scene on a blue lake, with bikini girls and even a surfer-dude Triton as lifeguard. You also find Aphrodite, the goddess sister of Athena.
  3. Use your memory to identify five gods and goddesses on Aphrodite's test. (The answers are Ares, Hermes, Aphrodite, Artemis, and Hestia.) She will give you a special touch-screen mirror that lets you travel to and from any realm you have previously visited, without the need for a lengthy hike.
  4. Dive into the lake and swim underwater through the rock maze. The bubbles will give you extra oxygen. Go right near the top of the maze, down the right side to the bottom, and then left to the Hydra Cave. Just above the entrance is the Giant Pearl oyster.
  5. To defeat the Hydra, wait until one of its heads is about to thrust toward you. Jump up before it hits you, and land on top of it to knock the head out. After all five are kayoed, swim down to recover a scale from the creature.
  6. Use the mirror to take you back to Aphrodite, then walk back right to reach the exit and go to the Hades pit.
  7. At the temple, clean the graffiti from the walls to earn a drachma. Enter the temple and place the Pomegranates on the altar (there are some hints about this at the Hero Hut). Enter the realm.
  8. Jump down into the pit, ignoring the cartoon bat. You will find yourself with a boatman on the River Styx, which leads to Hades itself.
  9. As the boat moves down the river, you will find three hazards: falling rocks, fiery skulls, and river monsters. Move backward or forward in the boat to dodge the rocks, and jump over the skulls and creatures. There are multiple sets, usually four. You can sometimes survive a hit, but if you are knocked from the boat, you must begin again.
  10. At the river bank, you will find Cerberus, the three-headed dog monster. Tale out the Reed Pipe and play the 6-note song from Euterpe: blue-green-yellow-blue-red-green. He will take a nap and you can get one of his whiskers.
  11. You now have all five of the sacred items, but you cannot enter the Hades throne room because it is blocked by a large stone. Use the mirror to get back to Olympus Village and go left to the Tree Of Immortality. (If you did Hades first, you cross the river with no dangers, and go back to the surface.)

The Forest: Athena, Zeus, and finally Hercules

The items spell out a secret agenda for the scheming Zeus, who has been trying to wrest power from his brothers Poseidon and Hades.
  1. Athena meets you at the Tree site and tells you to assemble the secret message on the 5 sacred items. Put together, the words spell out "Whoever wields the five sacred objects will rule all of Poptropica".
  2. Zeus appears and steals the items from you, having no intention of making you immortal, intent only on seizing power from Poseidon and Hades.
  3. Athena sends you back to Olympus Village to appeal to Hercules. He finally relents when told of the scheme. (At this point you definitely need the Touchscreen Mirror because he won't follow you on foot.) The two of you use the mirror to go to Hades.

With Hercules to see Hades and Poseidon

  1. Hercules moves the rock from the Throne Room, and you enter to meet Hades. He decides to give you his powerful Crown to use against Zeus.
  2. Use the mirror to travel to the underwater realm of Poseidon, where Hercules opens the rock passage to Poseidon's throne. Poseidon gives you his powerful Trident to use. Use the mirror to take you to the locked Olympus Gate.

On Mount Olympus

  1. Hercules smashes open the lock on the gate and you enter Zeus's realm on Mount Olympus. Unfortunately, the first hazard you meet is Medusa, who turns Hercules into a stone statue.
  2. To the right is a high climb, but there is a way up: you use your drachma to buy a "bag of wind" from the Aeolus Wind Wagon. (Refills are free.)
  3. Reaching the summit, light up the four statues of Zeus to summon him to the final battle. You will use the combined powers of the Crown and Trident, flying and firing lightning bolts against Zeus.

Battle Against Zeus

  1. Use the Trident to fire bolts at Zeus as you fly around. The health meter below Zeus will show his weakening power if you hit him.
  2. Anytime he hits you, you will lose power, as indicated by the pink clouds supporting you. If you lose them all, you must start the battle over. Collect as many little clouds into your cloud as you can.
  3. After you have scored some hits, the process is made more difficult. Zeus begins to glow, and forms a spinning group of glowing white balls of energy. He then releases them at you, and you must dodge them by making evasive maneuvers. (This is like the spinning balls from Betty Jetty, or the razor balls from the Mordred robot.) Your bolts will only hurt Zeus when he is NOT glowing.
  4. If you successfully avoid the bolts and balls, you can score enough hits to reduce Zeus's power to zero. You have won the quest! Zeus returns the sacred items to you. Athena rewards you with the Island Medallion and you have become a hero in the realms of Olympus!

After the fact, you can meet Hades and Poseidon again, and Cerberus wakes up. The maze of the Minotaur has only the scorpion as a threat, and the Hydra is permanently knocked out. Zeus is not seen again after his defeat.
Small Glitch: (Poseidon) if you remove either of the boulders (Hades or Poseidon) and do not go in the throne room, and go to the other realm instead -- Hercules may give you conversation if you try to go back to the original location. Move away from him and try again. 
Poseidon Throne Room
Some players may find themselves at Poseidon's throne earlier in the game because they run out of oxygen underwater. If this happens, you can get the Trident early, but you will need the Touchscreen Mirror to escape back into the game! Otherwise, exit using the Haunted House card from the Poptropica Store.

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