Club Penguin Island,  Daily Challenges

Club Penguin Island Daily Challenges – 16/04/17

There are new Daily Challenges for you to complete on Club Penguin Island! As always, here’s a brief guide explaining to you how you can complete them.

Spring Board Horde:

Ask four other penguins to go to the Hot Spring. Next to it is a little wooden path. If 5 people are standing there, you will be able to claim your reward. It doesn’t appear that you need to be evenly spaced.

Payback Time:

Head over to the party supplies market in Coconut Cove (next to the Shark Arch) and waddle over to it. Tap the orange interactive button and buy something as a member. It doesn’t matter what as you can still claim your reward!

Mind the Gap:

Head up to the Crow’s Nest of the Migrator. You can either take the Zipline from Picnic Hill or use the springboard at the right (east) of the Migrator. From there, you need to waddle carefully and slowly across the line. I can do it pretty easily but it might take a few attempts for you to be able to do it!


Once you’ve got finished waddling across the line using your trackpad, you should be able to claim your reward.


Pirate Prattle:

Have four penguins join you at the tip of the Migrator, which is the long point on the left of entering the ship with a puffle at the end. It is not the Crow’s Nest.

Ask them to use a sea emoji. We used a crab, but something like a shark would work fine. If five of you do this, you should be able to claim your reward.

Today’s Style Challenge:

I hope that this guide helped! Be sure to check back daily for the latest Club Penguin Island news and guides.

Waddle on!

-Torres 126


  • YehawCP Studios

    I dunno if I will really do the penguin game but let me tell you something, the game will be a mixture of Experimental Penguins With Penguin Chat with a few more features! And the ice berg and the plaza (The plaza will only have the arcade room and the pizza parlor and will open a few months after the game launches). I designed another ice berg for the game and it looks very good! I’m sorry to tell this but if I make that it will be mobile only! But wait, an app can be on a computer also! Yippee! Are you excited? Let your comments below this shiny post.
    As always,
    -Waddle On

    • Torres 126

      Hey, you gotta start somewhere! I didn’t think Club Penguin Mountains would become as big as this!

      You need to be very careful that you don’t make it too similar to CP, you could get into a lot of trouble for that.

      My knowledge is not very extensive, but I would suggest starting with desktop first. Mobile is so much harder and much more expensive. It would cost you $120 in the first year alone to just put it up on the App Store and the Google Play Store, and there are issues there. They won’t be happy if it’s too simple or too similar to CP. If you are really determined, I would suggest looking into Unity, but a reminder, Unity is also what CPI uses. It could be pretty hard to use.

      I am very intrigued by your idea and I’d be happy to give advice if you would like any! Good luck, so far, it sounds cool! 🙂

      • YehawCP Studios

        NOOOOOOOOOOOOO! It is very difficult to get the Penguin Chat SWFs I need, because their so old. But hey, don’t worry! I’m gonna make my own game, my penguin, my items, my rooms. (The penguin is similar to the Experimental Penguins one) and I am gonna add a snowing feature!

      • YehawCP Studios

        I could an app! Adobe Anímate of Creative Cloud! Too bad my dad took Creative Cloud of my Mac, I did not know what to do with Photoshop. And I did not use all the apps. Now I’m gonna ask my dad to put some of those apps in my Mac and make the game! Desktop! Woo! And I will ban everyone except the name Torres126!

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