And now for something completely different: a new iPad/iPhone app coming soon!

Today, the Creators threw a curveball at us. There was no warning beforehand. But they decided to share this with us:

Announcing Poptropica: Forgotten Islands for iOS!

We’re thrilled to announce Poptropica: Forgotten Islands, an all-new Poptropica adventure for iOS. For the first time, Poptropica will be playable on your iPhone or iPad!

Poptropica: Forgotten Islands is an original, standalone game from our friends at Ubisoft, the same people who brought you Poptropica Adventures for Nintendo DS. It will take you on a journey to discover the secrets of Poptropica’s buried past, one artifact at a time. Explore new islands, meet new characters, and take to the skies in a powered-up blimp that gains new abilities as you play! With each new island group, you’ll uncover the hidden history of Poptropica’s forgotten islands.

Poptropica: Forgotten Islands is coming this September and will be playable on iPhones and iPads. We’ll have all the details right here!

An iPad/iPhone app game?! Forgotten Islands?! How many of you guys saw this coming? I don’t think you guys did. But the way the title is phrased…

“Forgotten Islands”. Could…. Monster Carnival… be… one of the forgotten islands in this new iPad game?! Now that I think about it, I remember that post with the looking through long forgotten ideas…

Captain Crawfish has said “You never know, I guess.” Holy cow. After years, could we finally be getting our lost island in a way? What other lost islands could we be getting in this new adventure? What themes will we explore? What does upgrading our blimps in the app do? Only one way to find out the answers: wait for the news.

BT out with this exciting news!

17 thoughts on “And now for something completely different: a new iPad/iPhone app coming soon!

    • Poptropican says:

      Well,duh.
      The creators have been hinting at this since before My penguin was announced.

      Although, one name with connections to both:
      Tracey west.

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