Club Penguin launched their game in yet another language… Russian exactly a month ago today in fact. To encourage more Russian players to join Club Penguin, you an pick up a Welcome Hat at the Stadium!
The Stadium is also decorated with Russian Flags which I think looks really nice! Welcome Russian players!
Club Penguin have redesigned the Elite Penguin Force Command Room… isn’t this the 3rd time they have done this? Anyways, it’s look very sleek and futuristic, take a peek:
Since Club Penguin removed the Field Ops, they have replaced them with Spy Drills, a game where you can play all of the mini-games that the Field Ops had! A bit boring though…
To help promote the Muppets Most Wanted Takeover that will be released on the island in a two weeks, Club Penguin have updated their login screen so that lots of penguins will know about this party when it gets released!
Kind of funny how there are two Disney logos in the login screen eh?
Every two weeks Club Penguin will release a new pin on the island, a pin is an image which looks unusual, like it doesn’t belong in the room. It’s very easy to spot a pin if you are waddling around the island because they are quite big and easy to see.
This time, Club Penguin have released the Lion Statue pin! You can obtain the Lion Statue pin for your penguin account by following the steps below.
Step 1. Log into Club Penguin.
Step 2. Go to the Mine Shack.
Step 3. Waddle over to the shack.
Step 4. Click on the pin.
You now have the Lion Statue pin! Check back in another two weeks for the latest cheats for the new pin that Club Penguin will release.
Ok, I have a really sweet and nothing to lose deal here. I’m really wanting to help out everyone out there, so… if you have a Club Penguin blog that needs more views I will be happy to write a guest post for your blog! Yeah, that’s right, you don’t have to pay me anything. I’m doing this out of the goodness of my own heart.
The only rule I have is that your blog has to be either on WordPress or Blogger, it doesn’t even matter if you don’t have 10,000 views or even 100! I just want to help you out and theres no catch.
So if you’re interested in me writing a nice detailed post that guarantees more views to your website then just do one of the following:
- Leave a comment with your email address below this post
- Shoot me a tweet on Twitter with your email
- Send me an email
I look forward to hearing from you soon, if you’re not a silly penguin you will take advantage of this offer that no other Club Penguin blogger has ever done.
I’ll see you tomorrow for this week’s Club Penguin cheats, waddle on!
It’s March 4th and this year’s The Fair has come to a close! It’s kind of sad because this year’s party was absolutely amazing, it blew my mind when I first logged onto Club Penguin when it was released because I never expected it to be this good.
However there were some big drawbacks regarding The Fair, some parts of the party were really bad. So, let’s take a look at the good and bad part of The Fair!
First off, one of the great parts about The Fair was the Wagon Wheel! It was a really cool feature of Club Penguin and even though it was repetitive, it was still a lot of fun. I’m going to rate this ride 8 out of 10 puffles!
Another amazing part of The Fair was the whole environment it was in, I feel like the whole party was more of an amusement park (probably the reason it was called the Club Penguin Amazement Park!) which I thought worked really well with the all the different activities. That would be the reason that I’ve loved The Fair so much, it feels like more of a carnival fair than just adding mini-games around the island!
However, I think the party was ruined quite a bit because the prizes were so expensive! Even though I found an explosive tactic that earned you lots of tickets in just a short space of time it was difficult to get all of the prizes from the Prize Booth.
Don’t you think Club Penguin should’ve made the prizes a lot cheaper so that players could get all of the items? I think I only have two prizes! Let me know your thoughts in the comments below!
Earning tickets at The Fair this year has been a complete nightmare, it takes so long to get the amount of tickets that you need to get all of the items in the Prize Booth on Club Penguin. Many penguins have emailed Club Penguin about this but I honestly don’t think they have any plans to reduce the cost of the prizes. So all we have to do now is try as hard as we can to get as many tickets as possible before the party ends on March 4th.
Well I have found a way that got me over 2,700 tickets in just 10 minutes on Club Penguin, and all I did is play a specific mini-game… Puffle Shuffle!
But if you want to earn as many tickets as possible with Puffle Shuffle, don’t make a single mistake and keep going until you get the amount of tickets you desire! I also calculated that by using this tactic, you will be able to get all of the prizes at The Fair in just 1 hour and 40 minutes. That’s not bad at all!
Let me know in the comments what your favorite mini game is at the Fair and if you have any of the prizes from the Prize Booth on the island!
Even if you think you know a lot about Club Penguin offline and online, you should take a look at this cool infographic that has taken me a few days to put together. I did cover 7 things that you don’t know about Club Penguin a couple months ago on this blog so I thought I should expand it and add some more awesome facts.
Even if you’re not interested in the off-game side of Club Penguin, you should still take a peak at some cool challenges that I’ve added towards the end.
To easily show you what every single penguin ought to know about Club Penguin, I’ve created an infographic that you can read easily. Take a look.
Click here to view an enlarged version of this infographic
So let’s take a look at what we’ve learned from this infographic and what Club Penguin should continue to do.
- Continue posting images on Facebook to expand their audience through Social Media
- Don’t give up and remove the Penguin Times!
- Produce the majority of toys in the USA and Canada (explains why there were always more there)
Thanks for taking a look at this post, let me know in the comments if you are enjoying this interesting content and I’ll keep publishing it!
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Check out this picture that was just posted on the official Club Penguin Twitter of Megg, Polo Field and Ninja! Looks like they are having fun wearing pink t-shirts in the offices huh?
Great work guys, it’s cool to see that Club Penguin are promoting anti-bullying! Remember, visit BeatBullying if you ever feel like you are being bullied or if you need to know more information.
Chris Hendricks also known as Screenhog, is one of the reasons that Club Penguin is as big as it is today as he helped with many of the rooms, music, games etc. He has said that “It’s been a good thing that Disney bought Club Penguin”.
However, Chris Hendricks also showed the other side of his opinion by stating “Personally, I do believe that Disney’s purchase of Club Penguin has helped in some ways and hurt in others”.
In an email sent to Chris Hendricks, we asked him what he thought about Disney purchasing Club Penguin. Wether it was a good move or not, he said that “Those takeover parties really are pretty cool” and before Disney there were very few toys, now there are t-shirts and so much more.
Another advantage that Disney brought along was that it made it a lot easier for Club Penguin to expand to different languages, they have offices all over the world.
So what’s your opinion on Disney purchasing Club Penguin? I honestly think it has benefited Club Penguin in a huge way and I’m very grateful that Disney did purchase the company! Let me know what you think in the comments below.