24 Carrot Island Review (Poptropica Worlds)

Hey there, Clawtropicans! If you didn’t know, 24 Carrot Island was released a few days ago! Well, actually, a remastered version of 24 Carrot released on Poptropica Worlds, and I find it a whole lot better than Crisis Caverns (sorry creators).


Anyway, please keep in mind that this post contains spoilers, so if you don’t want to be spoiled, I suggest you play the island before reading this post. With that said, let’s get started!

Storyline & Gameplay

Since World’s 24 Carrot Island is a remastered version of the original’s 24 Carrot, the plot is really similar. Here’s a short summary: You land on the main street of the island, and the major tells you that all the island’s carrots have been stolen, and guess what? You have to be the one who finds them! Yaay! 😀

So, as long as the crazy thirsty carrot lovers cry because they don’t have their precious vegetable, your investigation begins! Anyway, since the story is really similar to the original 24 Carrot Island, so I’ll just add the changed parts of the plot:

  • Instead of a common room, there’s a Carrot Museum.
  • Remember how the lady in the diner gives you free milk in the original? Well, screw that because she now wants tips! 😛
  • In this version, there’s no hair colorizer, unfortunately.
  • Whiskers (the cat) is trapped in inside a barn as a bait to catch Dr. Hare (still no idea why Dr. Hare would fall for cats) by a man named Maynard who states to be an ex-minion of Dr. Hare, who escaped from the factory.
  • To gain the blueprints, you have to give him a gear which can be found outside the factory.
  • In this version, there is no Smelter Room. Instead, when you fall you are in a part of the vents where the Drone Ears are.
  • There’s no Carrot Transporter in this reboot.
  • That’s pretty much it.

This island in particular, is full of platforming and obstacle dodging. The biggest difference was probably the new mini-game which was introduced at the end of the island. In the original version, you moved the rabbot to hit four meteors. In the Poptropica Worlds version, the rabbot sends droids that you have to shoot with a laser canon from the factory.


As of now, the best thing about Poptropica Worlds (in my opinion) is the art. The lighting, the shading, and the colors are placed so well.

Look at those colors! Everything’s so amazing! Besides that, I have nothing else to add. Keep up the good work, Poptropica artists and animators!


This island is a great edition to Poptropica Worlds, in both storyline, gameplay and art. I could only complain that this island had too much back and forth and there were a few glitches, which is kinda annoying. Anyway, I give this island a…


Final Thoughts

This island is a huge improvement for Poptropica Worlds, and there were less glitches on this island, but this island isn’t perfect. Even as an original, 24 Carrot Island wasn’t one of my favorites, but it’s a step to the right direction, and I can’t wait to see what’s in store for Poptropica Worlds next!

Well, thanks for reading! Which version is the best in your opinion: the original, or Poptropica World’s reboot? Share your thoughts in the comments! That was Purple Claw, signing out until my next post!

🐾 Purple Claw 🐾

p.s.: I apologize for the poor-quality made graphics. I installed a better editor, and I’m slightly improving, and thanks for sticking out! 🙂


4 thoughts on “24 Carrot Island Review (Poptropica Worlds)

  1. Hmm is anyone else encountering problems with the pictures on this blog loading?
    I’m trying to figure out if its a problem on my end or if
    it’s the blog. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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  2. Hi, thanks for addressing your concerns. The images seem to load just fine for me, maybe the problem has to do with your computer/internet connection.
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