My Place in Poptropica: Big Crumb

This is the My Place in Poptropica story of Big Crumb, a Poptropican who learned to appreciate Poptropica’s progress and still loves the game. See below for details on sending in your own MPIP!

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Hello, fellow Poptropicans! This is Big Crumb, and my username is lazylady19. I wrote this MPIP because I thought it was fun to do! Hope you enjoy!

2011-2012 | An Amazing Discovery!

I made my amazing discovery of Poptropica back when I was in third grade, and it was the teacher who suggested it. Since I didn’t know how to spell it back then, I was quiet about it for a while. Until one day, while I was on Funbrain, I saw a Poptropica advertisement and I thought it would be fun to take a look, because of my teacher’s suggestion.

Of course, being the little stupid kid I was back then, I was very uncreative with usernames and I made a really random one like “lazylady19” [cringes] But I loved Poptropica. I played with my best friend at the time, who helped me solve islands. She also played a little part in my finding of Poptropica.

Like I said before, I LOVED Poptropica. Every day I would make myself a Poptropica goal and say “I’m going to complete this island today!” and sometimes I did… though most of the time I didn’t.

One year in, by 2012, I was literally obsessed with Poptropica! I had about 18 medallions (with the help of my friend of course) and I went on every day to see what was different and what new features had been added.

2013 | PHB Discovery

The islands seemed to get harder as I progressed through the game. I needed a walkthrough (especially for *cough cough* Skullduggery *cough*) I searched up some walkthroughs, but really wasn’t interested because it was all in video format.

But then I discovered a written walkthrough here on the Poptropica Help Blog, which gave me all the details on how to beat the islands! (I also made a WordPress account for this website!) I loved it a LOT. ❤ Love you PHB!

2014 | The Golden Age

Poptropica really improved around this time, and I was very, very interested. I didn’t play as much, but when I did, I cherished it. That was because there were many new islands that I thought were amazing and drastically better than before! The new islands also had demos for non-members, which made me want them to be released sooner, since I couldn’t play the full island as a non-member until after the members’ Early Access period.

2015 | Loss of Interest

Many more upgrades have caught my interest in Poptropica, but in 2015, I barely noticed those changes because I never played. Sometimes, I completely forgot about it. I didn’t play for 4 months since school started, since I was occupied with that.

I checked Poptropica to answer those pop quizzes, but I never actually played. Then one day, I decided to check Poptropica again, and noticed that some of the islands had gotten quite upgraded, plus there were new episodic islands! After all that time, I really didn’t think about how Poptropica could have progressed, but it sure proved that it had!

2016 | Starting to grow on me again!

Yes, Poptropica is starting to grow on me again. Probably not as much as when I started 5 years ago, but it is definitely growing on me again. I’m going into 9th grade and I love checking the PHB, going on Poptropica to complete islands again and again, and I love Poptropica! ❤ It’s been a very interesting trip for me, and I probably left out many, many details, but this is all I can remember for now. After all, it has been five years!

–Big Crumb
(lazylady19) <—– friend meh!

Hope you enjoyed this “My Place in Poptropica” story! Feel free to send in your own (please include a minimum of 550 words, type with good spelling and grammar, divide it into labeled sections, and include your username). Look out for more community MPIPs in the future!

~the PHB


14 thoughts on “My Place in Poptropica: Big Crumb

  1. HappyHappy760 says:

    Okay, let’s come up with a good word for this…
    I can’t be the only middle school girl here that likes Mary Poppins right?
    Anyway, nice story!

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