CP Rewritten: “Very Ghostly” Halloween Party

Some more information has been revealed about the Halloween Party, which will begin on October 25th on Club Penguin Rewritten!

When asked about the Halloween Party earlier today, stu (an administrator) said the following regarding it:

Very ghostly related

-stu, Club Penguin Rewritten administrator

It’s not known what exactly this means yet, however, it could mean that we’ll get the ability to transform into a ghost. The Haunted House has already been hinted (see here and here) and one of the things which the original Haunted House is known for is offering the Ghost Lab!

At the Ghost Lab, we could transform into ghosts. Please note though, this is not confirmed for Club Penguin Rewritten, I’m just sharing this with you in case you wish to make your own conclusions!

Ghost Lab at the Club Penguin Halloween Party (2012)

Thank you very much for reading, be sure to check back for more of the latest Club Penguin Rewritten news and guides!

Waddle on!

-Torres 126

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7 thoughts on “CP Rewritten: “Very Ghostly” Halloween Party

  1. Super excited for this years party! Halloween celebrations on Club Penguin are always some of the best. Would be awesome if we could turn into ghosts this year! 👻

  2. Hey there! It would be awesome if the Ghostamatron made its return! The Halloween Party back in 2012 was surely something! Plus the eclipse makes the island even more spookier! Really looking forward to the Halloween party!
    – Kavoor

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