Thursday, December 6, 2012

Poptropica Adventures Nintendo DS Game Review - #UbiPoptropica #spon

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Do you have kids that just love video games?  Here's another great game from Ubisoft!  It's Poptropica Adventures for the Nintendo DS!  I gave the Poptropica Adventures to my grandkids, they were really excited and couldn't wait to play it!  They have played the Poptropica on-line and loved it, so I thought this game would be perfect for them!  They played it for hours.  First, you can create your character and then visit three different islands, along with finding missing artifacts.  I love the fact that the kids can play it in the car, while you're doing your errands!  I would highly recommend the Poptropica Adventures Video Game!



About the Poptropica Adventures Nintendo DS Game

In Poptropica Adventures, the Poptropica museum is in ruins and needs help.  Players can explore three amazing Islands and find missing artifacts to help restore the museum to its former glory.  Along the way, they meet interesting characters, collect artifacts, solve puzzles and play mini-games in the ultimate on-the-go Poptropica experience.

About Poptropica

Poptropica was developed by Family Education Network (FEN), the makers of Funbrain.com.  For over a decade, kids, teachers, librarians, and parents have enthusiastically turned to Funbrain for its interactive learning games, online books, and comics.  The popularity of Funbrain in schools prompted FEN to use its expertise to build a unique online experience for kids to enjoy during their free time.

In September 2007, FEN launched Poptropica, a virtual world in which kids explore and play in complete safety.  Accessibility to this world for kids is important to the creators, which is why the Poptropica Islands are free for all kids to play.

Poptropica is published by Family Education Network, a part of Pearson, the education, services and technology company.  Pearson's other primary operations include the Financial Times Group and the Penguin Group.


A product sample was received for review. I was not paid in any form of cash for this posting. The opinions expressed are my own and were NOT influenced in any way. 

 

Bonny Sallee

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WhatJeanLikes said... Best Blogger Tips

My niece has this game and is addicted to it. One of the better games that Nintendo makes for the DS in my opinion.

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Marianne Sandling said... Best Blogger Tips

This sounds like a great game that my 7yr old would love. He is a special needs child, and sometimes games that are meant for his age are very difficult for him, so we are often looking out for reviews that match up with his abilities, so thank you for this!

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