Pogo Classic officially went away on May 18, 2021 and was replaced with the new Pogo experience. You may occasionally see pages hosted on Pogo Classic, but these will eventually switch to the new Pogo experience.
We’ve heard your feedback about navigation, game performance, and game quality. So, we made some changes.
The new Pogo experience is our website design that we’ll keep updating with new features and game modes.
You can use it on any device with internet connection and a web browser. This includes desktops and laptops, tablets, and smartphones.
Technologies have evolved. Technologies have evolved. Platforms that used to power Pogo games—like Flash—have gone away.
We’ve done our best to make updates that work around changes, but a complete website refresh lets us act on all your needs. The new Pogo experience is the next step in our commitment of making Pogo your go-to for fun, relaxation, and connection!
All HTML5-powered titles are available to play on the new Pogo experience. Java games aren’t available since they’re being phased out across the web.
Click on the pink heart on the top right of the game page.
This opens the dropdown list of the top 10 games you’ve favorited. Click See More Favorites to see the full list.
These are new games that are only available on the new Pogo experience.
Only Pogo Club members can switch back to the Classic version after May 18 by following these steps:
Yes! Pogo player extraordinaire Joyce would love to give you the VIP tour.
See her when you visit different pages, or click the Replay the Tour button at the bottom of any web page. You can earn up to three Tour Badges by completing three tours.
Yes! To view them click My Profile then My Rewards.
It’s now called Challenge Central. Click on Challenges on the top of the menu to go to it.
Take a short tour with Joyce to familiarize yourself, including filtering and browsing Challenges. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click Replay the Tour for a refresher.
Tokens are not part of the new Pogo experience and you won’t get notifications about tokens you earn. .
Instead, you’ll earn Pogis from Challenges. These are special points that you can use to unlock bonus rewards like Badges, power-ups and avatars.
Here’s where you can view your token count:
The new Pogo experience
Daily, Weekly, and Event Challenges
HTML 5-based games
Available via the home page by clicking Activate Now links below each challenge in the carousel, or by clicking the Challenges tab at the top of the Pogo web page.
Add Challenges & Earn Badges
Available by clicking on the Challenges tab at the top of the Pogo web page, then adding Challenges to earn Badges.
“B” Badge shield menu options
Yes! Any power-ups, Challenges, and game episodes you buy will be available in the new Pogo experience, no matter where you access your device.
Head to the Pogo forums to connect with the community or ask questions that weren’t covered.