Posted by: pogostix013 | December 7, 2010

Daily POP: Comics

The creators have made another post on their blog about the Daily POP comics. We know pretty well how to operate it by now I’m sure… but still.  The nine comics seem to be updated daily, and after you are done enjoying each AMAZING comic strip, Poptropica users may rate each comic from one to five stars, for those of you that are too busy hunting the Nessie on the view finder (I am SO one of them. =D) Seems to be all that there needs to say. As someone once said, “Actions speak louder than words…” so I would hurry up and check it out if you haven’t done so already.

Now back to that Cryptids island preview. You can run but you can’t hide Nessie….

Good luck with the Nessie! pogostix013 out.

btw, please include the creators post inside pogostix, thanx!

We’re very excited about the response so far to the new features on Poptropica, especially the Daily Pop. If some of you haven’t had a chance to check it out yet, we thought we’d give you a brief guide to all the new stuff you can do.

First, when you log onto your Poptropica account, you’ll see this screen. (You’ll need to have a saved username and password in order to use this section!)


From this page, you can jump back into your game, or check out some of the featured content we’re sharing that we think you’ll enjoy.

The link for the Daily Pop is that exploding “POP” icon in the upper right.


The first section that loads is comics. There are nine strips that you can choose to read, each updated daily.


When you’re reading a comic, you can rate it on a scale of 1-5 stars.


This helps us to know what comics Poptropicans are enjoying the most!

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