Today I am going to be reviewing the Puffle Party. Well, I’ll tell you this right now. I am fairly disappointed.
I really don’t like the rooms this year. That might be surprising considering that the Puffle Domains have made a return. Don’t get me wrong, I really like Puffle Domains, however how many times can they be reused? I mean, there’s hardly any rooms that haven’t made a return and the Iceberg and Ski Hill haven’t been decorated though they have been in previous Puffle Parties.
However, I do like how each day is a new “Puffle Day” and the decoration fits that puffle for a day.
The main activity so far in the Puffle Party is to find several different puffles. Although I do like this, I still think that the puffles haven’t been hidden that well. It would take less than half a minute to find one. Personally, I would have preferred the team not revealing which room the puffle is hidden in, though I understand that would make it much harder for younger players. It loses points due to it’s easy difficulty.
I must admit, the items in this party are awesome! I really do like that you get five items for finding each puffle! The more, the better, right? My only wish, as with every other party, that there was more than just a pin for non-members.
There’s no special features other than changing into a puffle. Even that is for members. This is a slight disappointment, but I don’t see what else Club Penguin could have added.
I, personally, have not experienced any glitches or bugs with this party. However, I saw a few people say that they couldn’t access the full party whilst others could. By this, I mean that they only heard the music and saw a few rooms. To solve the issue, they had to clear their cache. However, this party is pretty much flawless when it comes to bugs.
I was really expecting the Puffle Party to be a bit better than this, but it could have been a lot worse. I really love the amount of items they added, but it seems that that is all they actually worked on for this party.