Poptropica Costumes – A
The alphabet of Poptropica Costumes start off with some popular choices from the Poptropica Store, with some good costumes for both boy and girl characters in the game. Here’s a closer look at what you can get.
These outfits came out in January 2010, just in time for the NFL playoffs and Superbowl. The costume features a uniform, football and an oversize helmet for that huge Poptropican head. You can select four colors for the costume: green, red, blue and purple. The costume has a special move: press the spacebar to toss the football up into the air.
With a halo, wings, a white robe, belt and even a harp, even the most troublesome lad will look simply angelic and sweet in this outfit. The costume features a special move: press the space bar to make those wings fly. For extra credit, do this with your flight power activated in Super Power Island.
The girl’s version of the Angel costume is just as enchanting as the boy’s version. In fact, it’s exactly the same, so we’re not totally sure why Poptropica created two separate versions of the costume for boys and girls. As with the Angel Boy costume, press the space bar to flap your angel wings and fly, fly fly!
This costume is the same for both boys and girls in Poptropica. It was released to celebrate April Fool’s Day in Poptropica (see the original post here.) You get a sweet polka-dot orange top hat and jacket, a pair of big yellow-rimmed sunglasses, and a bow-tie. Most importantly, the costume has a special move that’s very appropriate for the April Fool’s holiday. Press the space bar and you’ll squirt a can of water at anyone in your path.
That’s one small step for Poptropicans and one giant leap for Poptropicakind. It was released in July 2009 to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the moon landing. Poptropica released a special background at about the same time. It features a huge astronaut helmet and a complete space suit for all your other-worldly travels. This one looks great while zipping from planet to planet on Astro-Knights Island. The costume is the same for both boys and girls.