Want to play a game? Poptropica has more to do than just the main island quests. There are several Poptropica Mini-Games that you can play in different parts of Poptropica. There are three main places you can play. The first is inside multi-player rooms like the common rooms on Main Street of each island or in your own Multiverse room. The second is the mini-games available in the games area of Daily Pop. These are mostly single-player games hosted at MiniClip but customized to use your Poptropica character. Finally, some of the sneak preview mini-games for the different Poptropica Islands have been converted into standalone games that you can play if you get the game card inside the Poptropica Store.
Wow, that’s a lot of games. But don’t worry because we’ll break them all down for you here in this guide.
One of the easiest ways to get your game on in Poptropica is to play against other Poptropicans in the different multi-player mini-games that you can play in the various common areas. Every island in Poptropica has at least one common room, which is always located on Main Street. If you go inside the common room, you’ll see other Poptropicans here. You can chat with them (kind of–it’s pretty limited) or challenge them to a mini-game. If you win the game, your Battle Ranking will go up. If you lose, it goes down. It’s really that simple! Here’s a look at all the different games you can play in the common rooms.
- Star Link
- Paint War
- Sky Dive
Single Player Games in Daily Pop
Head to head not your style? Don’t worry, head on over to Daily Pop to get your gaming fix with some single-player action. Daily Pop has eight different games that you can play. You can play just for fun or try to get the high score for the day, the week or the month.
Here are the different games you can play in Daily Pop:
- UFO Joe
- Canyon Defense
- Candy & Clyde
- Sleigh Shot
- Snowline 2
- Crash Down
Sneak Preview GamesFor a while, Poptropica would release a small mini-game ahead of a new island as a way to provide a sneak peek. They stopped doing that, but several of the mini-games they created are now available in the Poptropica Store as cards. There’s also a card for the old Earth Day game, Don’t Be an Energy Hog. These games are free (they don’t cost any credits) but you must get them in the Poptropica Store before you can play them.
- Shrink Shot
- Prepare for Impact (Sumo Wrestling)
- Earth Day – Don’t be an Energy Hog