Club Penguin: Year in Review

Club Penguin has released their "year in review" video for 2013 on their official YouTube channel. Here is the Rad remix!

Awesome! Great job Club Penguin Team, and here's to another great year!
Thank you for everything Guys!!


Fireworks Come Back to Club Penguin!!!!

Hey guys
Gappymcpup Here,

Awesome news Fire works are Back at Club Penguin

They Can Be found at The Ice Berg (As Shown), Ski Hill, And for the First Time ever THE BEACON!

Have fun on Club Penguin!!!

Over and out!!


My TV Show

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Quest For Gold Puffle Starts November 14th, Operation Puffle Starts November 21st

The new Puffle is definitely gold! Club Penguin’s membership page has been updated showing a sneak peek of the Gold Puffle, the November 2013 Penguin Style items, and also Operation Puffle. Here’s what’s displayed:
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New Penguin Styles!
Ready for outdoor adventure? Check the latest styles in the Clothes Shop—out now!
Gold Puffle!
Quest for the new gold puffle starting Nov. 14 and walk it to find super rare items!
Exclusive Gear!
All new rescue items available only during Operation Puffle date Nov. 21–Dec. 3.
It looks like Operation Puffle is going to be very involved!

Info from Trainman1405


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Comment on this post to be apart of Names that Im sending to Club Penguin

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Thank you we hit 107 pageviews on one post
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New Puffle Coming this month!! Is it for Rumoured Operation Puffle?

Hello Penguins!
The rumors are true! A new puffle species is coming this month. We can’t say too much yet, but we’ll have more show you soon!
Thoughts? What color species do you think it’ll be?
Waddle on,
-Club Penguin Team
Could it be a golden puffle? Could it be for the Rumoured Operation Puffle. If you have seen the video Zing Zong Zombies there is a Hidden Operation Puffle logo but we will have to wait!!! But Honestly I can't wait! XD
Well Heres a Pic

Let us know what you think in the comments


Grand Theft Penguin

It was a normal day for Gappymcpup, introducing new penguins to Club Penguin. Then a hacker came through with a leather jacket and ripped jeans.
“Can I help you?” Gappymcpup gestured.
“No, Go away I own this place now.” He replied.
“What’s your name?” Gappymcpup asked.
“HacksCP” he replied.
“That sounds like a threat.”
“It is a threat.”

Then he left. Gappymcpup told the Club Penguin Moderators as soon as possible. They couldn’t do anything because they needed the new penguin username. They couldn’t ban him from his name “HacksCP”. They needed his Penguin ID like “P10948925”.  So it was time for Z.Man. (Gappymcpup is Z.Man’s alter ego)

Gappymcpup changed in the speed of light.
He ran to town where he saw Rookie at the giftshop and his vault was open and all the money was gone.
“Don't worry, I know who took the money his name is HacksCP. I’ll take care of this”
“Thanks, I never caught your name.”
“Because I never told you”

Z.Man/Gappymcpup flew up and searched for HacksCP. He was nowhere outside, so Gappymcpup needed to use his X Ray vision to look for him. But still he was nowhere. I was like he logged off or something. Then it struck him. He must have gone to play a game.
Z.Man found him playing Hydro Hopper.
He picked up HacksCP and took him to his secret place “Z-Cave”.
Z.Man Put him in his personal jail cell.
But, the next day he was gone.

To be continued . . .


The Night Polo Field Remembers Screenhog!

Message from Polo Field:


Demeanour: The way a person behaves toward others.

Pretentious: Attempting to impress by affecting greater importance, talent, culture, etc., than is actually possessed.

Arrogant: Having or revealing an exaggerated sense of one's own importance or abilities. 

Ledger: A book or other collection of financial accounts of a particular type. 

Résumé: A curriculum vitae.

I remember when I first met Chris and the rest of the development team at Club Penguin. I was immediately struck by his kind, gentle and honest demeanour. There was nothing pretentious or arrogant about him. He just seemed like this amazingly humble and wise soul who was open to feedback or input from anyone he met.

Postcard from Screenhog :)
Back then, I had just joined the moderation team in an effort to do something different in my life. I had been working at a golf course as an accountant, while spending every possible free moment I could being “creative”: writing, producing music, designing album covers and websites, all while also trying to be a half-decent parent at the same time.

I spent my work days dreaming of doing something that I love for a living. Drawing cartoons, making video games, writing stories, or designing websites… Something that felt more like “me”, with a company I could believe in. I didn’t play golf, and didn’t enjoy reconciling ledger accounts. I didn’t like the idea of using millions of gallons of fresh water just to make green grass to play golf on. I wanted to make a difference. To work for a company that valued giving back and charity. I considered working for non-profits or charities, but I was still worried about making ends meet to feed my kids.

I first heard about Club Penguin from my friend Lisa, who had started working there a few months before me. It sounded too good to be true, and I wondered if the company would actually be able to pay her. When I first logged into the world of Club Penguin, I didn’t understand it at all. I visited one room, tried to chat, got no response, then logged off. Then Lisa told me about how the company donated a year’s supply of diapers to an orphanage in Rwanda. Suddenly I was very interested… A cartoon video game website that also happened to give back to the world? I submitted my résumé the next day. I would figure out how to feed my kids somehow.

I watched the CP development team from the outside for most of my first year. I was convinced that both Lance and Chris were both geniuses from some distant galaxy. I was the giddiest school boy in the world when I officially joined the dev team on the 4th floor. The creative energy in the room was electric. I sat next to the launch whiteboard where the team would jot down the next few weeks worth of launches and the theme of the various item catalogs.

The guy I admired the most was Chris – he was even-tempered, sharp, logical and multi-talented. Being around him made me feel calm, and I appreciated that he was honest about ideas or things that he didn’t like. Chris was one of the very few people that seemed to share my interest in CP history. He openly shared his digital files, sketchbooks, and ideas with me and everyone else on the team. Meanwhile, I became the company clutter bug, feverishly collecting every scrap of paper and napkin doodle I could find (my previous boss Nicole called me the ‘napkin collector.’)

Chris was the most cooperative and helpful of the whole dev team, and he openly shared whatever he could to help the great archival cause. He even drew a picture on the whiteboard to remind everyone to dump all their concept art in the “Archive Dumpster” so I could jump into the files later and archive them for safekeeping.
Early Penguin Sketch :)
There are a handful of times when I’ve cried about something at work. When Chris announced his departure from the team, I cried. It was sad. I was happy for him, but missed his presence. Chris represented the heart of the development team to me — the warm nucleus around which all the other creative craziness would spin. On his last few days, he presented a brief history of the company in the early days. It will go down in history as one of my favorite meetings of all time. It inspired me to work on a video about the same topic with Johnny — “New Horizons”.

I didn’t want Chris to leave. I wanted to keep working with him somehow. I asked him to work on blog posts with us, and he came up with some great “history of puffles” posts for the site. (Fans occasionally remind me that we need to work on the third instalment of that series.)

Screenhog Offline
Now Chris is working on brilliant new things with a team of very bright people on a new development team. It’s fun to watch them from afar and see all the creative ideas bubbling to the surface. I hope they create lots of success. This little city of Kelowna has some amazingly talented people in it, who come up with some very special things when they work together. A team with Screenhog on it is a very lucky team indeed.
Screenhog :)


Club Penguin Radio Exclusive Music Tomorrow!!

Earlier today Spikehike posted this on Twitter.

Don't miss it Claims that it starts at 5 PM PST But I don't know
Listen to Club Penguin Radio Created by LebronJr23CP and Pingu17174


New My Penguin 1.2 Homescreen Sneak Peek

A couple of Hours ago I posted a My Penguin 1.2 sneak peek of the app’s main screen. Now Polo Field has updated his Twitter profile showing a similar picture! As mentioned in my post the other day, the app’s main screen, when loaded, is going to look much different in My Penguin 1.2 than it does in the now and the past versions. There’s a whole new igloo background and interactive features such as igloos. Here’s the glimpse Polo Field is giving us:
Club Penguin My Penguin 1.2 Homescreen
The 1.2 update will be released Thursday, August 29th.
Thanks to Saraapril and Trainman1405 for pointing this out.