We have a new… Create-Your-Own-Dream-Island Winner! Yep. We’re down to letter S! And this winner is the seventh! 🙂
Here’s a hint on what her island is.
“My bounty is as boundless as the sea,
My love as deep; the more I give to thee,
The more I have, for both are infinite.”
If you kinda know what this island is, well then, you’ve guessed it right!
It’s… Shakespeare Island of Kailey W. of Minnesota!
Ooh. Shakespeare…Shakespeare…Shakespeare… Shakespeare…
What’s with her poetic island? Let’s see!
The pitch: Players help Shakespeare put on a Romeo and Juliet play. Players sign up to be an actor, backstage organizer, or costume designer. But during the show, another actor gets stage fright and players will have to dress up and sing the song.
That would be really cool to help Shakespeare to finish the play!
Here’s the response from the Creators!
Why we liked it: First of all, who doesn’t love the Bard? Second, from the costumes to the scenery, this would be an excellent setting for a Poptropica Island. Last but not least, Kailey’s idea to let the player take on one of a few different roles would be an interesting game mechanic for us to explore. This was a very well thought-out entry!
She is a Poptropican named… Red Grape! 🙂
And here is the interview between the Creators and Kailey.
Poptropica Creators: How did you come up with the idea for your Island?
Kailey: I’ve always had a passion for theatre so I thought it would be a fun idea.
Poptropica Creators: How did you react when you found out you’d won?
Kailey: I was excited. I never thought that my idea would’ve made it this far.
Poptropica Creators: How long have you been playing Poptropica?
Kailey: For about five years.
Poptropica Creators: Which Island is your favorite?
Kailey: Mystery Train.
Poptropica Creators: What 3 things would you want with you on a deserted island?
Kailey: 1. Food 2. Water 3. And a prepped helicopter
I agree to the Creators’ opinion, you know.
Now that there are 7 runner-up islands, vote in the poll below!
All the world’s a stage,
And all the men and women merely players;
They have their exits and their entrances,
And one man in his time plays many parts,
His acts being seven ages