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Small Clues, Mighty Implications

Hey Poptropicans! Another day, another Steam island clue. 🤔

The fifth hint comes to us in a mystic language of dots and dashes. Can you crack the code? 🔢 (Plus, for those following along: we’ve got takes on previous hints so far here: 123, 4.)

This hint comes with a little nudge: unscramble the letters below and you’ll get Morse Code. Only one island uses Morse code: Shrink Ray! The dots and dashes, by the way, spell out “small but mighty” — another nod towards the island where you’re mostly in miniature.

Such Great Heights: Finally, someone in Poptropica you can look up to.

We previously predicted Shrink Ray as a possibility for the first hint, but with this clue pointing to this island so strongly, the other one probably points to our other guess: Survival. Both islands fall within the theory that all 13 old islands returning to Steam will be the AS3 (newer) ones.

See A Shrink: If you catch this ray, it’ll be the last thing you ever do!

In other news, Poptropica reached 10K followers on their Twitter over the weekend! They previously promised to follow back more fan accounts when they reached this milestone, and they’ve been delivering! Up a third from last time, they’re now following 218 accounts, including many fans who requested it. If you’re on Twitter, prove your Pop loyalty and you might get yourself a new follower! 🥳

Congrats to Pop for their W, but an L soon followed with an amusing typo for Jeff Brim Heim, the game’s music composer. (Btw, our Poptropica Music page is filled to the brim with his soundtracks!)

That’s all for now. Stay tuned for the next hint, and pop by again soon!

~🐠

5 thoughts on “Small Clues, Mighty Implications”

      1. Well I have a lot of money in my wallet I can get a card to steam and buy the pack

    1. Steam games can vary a lot in price and there’s not quite an exact science to it. Some games can go for under (USD) $3 while others might be over $60. I’m not sure how I’d price the Poptropica bundle, but they do have to consider that many of their players may be too young to have much disposable income for games.

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