CP Rewritten Field-Ops: Pufflescape (February 2020)

It’s been a while since Field-Ops have been on the island, but a new one is finally available to complete! This time, Gary wants us to investigate what puffles are discovering by setting up a surveillance device.

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. You do not need to go the EPF HQ to complete the Field-Op though, you can just head to the room below.

To complete this, head over to the Pet Shop, specifically to the bottom left of the room. Waddle to the pink puffle bed there, where my penguin is in the image below.

Your spy phone will turn green and start bleeping. Click it!

The challenge this time is to Tune the Radio Scanner! I must admit, this is a really tricky one, but the concept is fairly simple (it just gets really fast to the end).

A dial will rotate around, and you need to click your mouse when the arrow reaches the digit displayed at the bottom left of the game. Remember that they go up in intervals of 30, from 0 to 330!

Once you have completed that, Gary will thank you and reward you some medals, as well as state that it’ll now be possible to keep a closer eye on the puffles in the caves.

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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