Pengur: Project Coral & Other Sneak Peeks

Pengur is an exciting private server which is due to release later this year, with it being filled with beautiful designs and more!

Earlier this month, as a little teaser, the team released a very short video which reads “Big things are coming”, followed by the word “Coral”, which seems to be the name of this secretive project.

So what do we know about Project Coral so far? Hagrid, who was an administrator for Club Penguin Rewritten, has described it as the “biggest project” he has worked on.

Stu, another administrator for Club Penguin Rewritten, released the following information around it, describing it as a “different experience”.

It will change everything, that’s for sure, it’s exciting and definitely an entire different experience which we can not wait to share with you all.

So many other Pengur staff members have repeated the word “Coral”. You may be wondering what it is, and honestly, I have no clue. It could be an acronym, a new design, a new source, the possibilities are endless and I’ll be sure to update you when more information is revealed!

So you may be wondering, what has actually been confirmed about Pengur? Well. a variety of sneak peeks have been released and they all look beautiful! These are the photos shared after the game went down last year.

These all look really incredible, and I’ll be sure to post more photos as they get released! I hope this shares why so many penguins are incredibly excited for this new experience, and it definitely has my full support!

Thank you very much for reading, waddle on!

-Torres 126

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