CP Rewritten Field-Ops: Computers (September 2019)

It’s been a long, long time coming but it’s finally happened: Field-Ops are finally back and I am ecstatic! It was confirmed in two spy phone messages by both Gary and the Director on Club Penguin Rewritten.

I’ve brought Field Ops back online! There seems to be a suspicious signal detected on the island, and we’ll need all the help we can get. Be resourceful, be remarkable, be ready, agents.
-Gary

Be prepared for anything that comes our way. Never let your guard down.
-Director

Some people are seeing different Field-Ops due to a bug. If you’re seeing a Field-Op about signals, please click here for a guide to that.

Just as a quick reminder, in order to access Field-Ops, you need to go to the EPF HQ and visit the yellow screen on the right. The Field-Op is currently the same as July 2017.

Once you’ve done this, head over to the Cave Mine. Waddle to the bottom right of the room, where the computer is. Your spy phone will turn green and start bleeping. Click it!

The challenge this time is to Repair the System! by using the arrows at the bottom of the game. As this varies for each player, I can’t show you exactly how to do this, but basically use the arrows to make the robots move. You can only do this five times else you fail.

Field-Ops are going to be a weekly thing according to Gary, which is very exciting! Be sure to check back for more of the latest news and guides, waddle on!

-Torres 126

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