Cool games to check out /with pics too/

Poptropica : is an onlinerole-playing game made by Jeff Kinney targeted at children ages 6 to 15, where players can travel, play games, compete in head-to-head competition, and communicate safely with each other. Players are given several quests, called islands, which they are encouraged to complete. Players can currently travel between twenty-six islands, but more are added every year. Poptropica was developed by the Family Education Network,[2] a division of Pearson, which also owns kids’ site FunBrain.com. Since 4 February 2012,

Click to play. Poptropica Is a Adventure Waiting for you.

 

Pirates of the Caribbean Online : sometimes shortened to Pirates Online or POTCO, is a MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game), created by the Walt Disney Company. It is based on the film series and theme park attraction of the same name. The game is the second MMORPG developed by the Disney Online Studios – Los Angeles section of the Disney Interactive Media Group, after Toontown Online (which launched in 2003).

The game was first announced by The Walt Disney Company on April 26, 2005. It was originally scheduled to be released in summer 2006, to coincide with the release of the film Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest, but its release was pushed back multiple times. The game went through two beta testing phases during 2007 and was officially launched on October 31, 2007.

The game is officially available to players in the United StatesUnited Kingdom, parts of Mexico, and Canada. The game runs in the Panda3D graphics engine.
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