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Pop Puzzles: What’s Missing? 🧐

Hey Poptropicans, this is a guest post by Dizzy FeatherEnjoy!

Falling to Pieces: Let’s see if we can rig this guy back together.

Hello everyone, Dizzy Feather here, and I’m going to introduce to you a little puzzle game called “What’s missing?”

I’ll show you screenshots from Poptropica with a detail covered up, and your job is to guess what the missing piece is. Leave your guesses in the comments of this post, and in about a week I’ll share the answers and shout out those who got them all correct! A few rules before we start:

  • No cheating! Don’t go in-game to the area shown to find the answers, and don’t copy someone else’s answers (best not to look before sharing yours). Not only would that be cheating others, but you’ll be taking the fun away from yourself!
  • Give as many details as you can. Some of the hidden objects might be obvious, but tell me what’s special about them. 
  • Have fun! It’s just a game. Don’t pressure yourself to get them all.

Now that we’ve got that down, let’s start with the pilot round:

So what’s missing? Share your guesses in the comments below, and be sure to check back next week to see how many you got right!


Hope you enjoyed this guest post by Dizzy Feather. If you did, you might also enjoy her clubhouse tour, or a similar puzzle series from the PHB, Stolen Snapshots, featuring scenes from classic islands.

The Poptropica Help Blog welcomes interesting Poptropica insights from anyone in the Poptropica community with thoughts to share. Interested in writing for the PHB? We’d love to hear from you!

5 thoughts on “Pop Puzzles: What’s Missing? 🧐”

  1. Since this might be hard I created some riddles for each one (you don’t have to guess all 6, by the way, I’ll mention you, if you get any right)
    1. It brings you light but melts away.
    2. It holds what’s write.
    3. Red, Orange, and Yellow will turn to grey after it touches.
    4. Fruit from legend will make your heart beat.
    5. Villain from an unfinished story, This may hint at the return.
    6. Shake it and a seasonal weather shall be copied.

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