Club Penguin Island: Waddle on Party

This post is regarding Club Penguin Island

Club Penguin Island’s final party has begun, ahead of the game’s shutdown on December 20th, and it’s a really well-done party. I know that I don’t really blog about CP Island anymore, but this is going to be the last chance to write a guide for an official party after five years, so feel free to skip this if you wish.

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CP Island Closure: Statements, Letter & Polo’s Projects

Hi everyone, by now you’ve probably heard that Club Penguin Island is closing, and although I don’t blog about the game, there’s been a fair bit of information released.

Some of you might be interested in seeing what’s been revealed, and since this is about the end of the official franchise ending, I’ve decided to make a blog post sharing what’s been revealed recently. If you’d like to skip this and just continue reading the latest news on The Fair, feel free!  Continue reading

Club Penguin Island is Shutting Down

Hi everyone,

I don’t blog about Club Penguin Island, I haven’t for a while. However, something was revealed today which was really upsetting to me, and I did want to cover it on this blog.

View more information on the shutdown here

Earlier today, the Club Penguin Island team announced that their game will be closing. I know that many people, including myself, aren’t the biggest fans of the game, but it’s still saddening to see the official franchise end, and I wanted to let you know in case you’re not aware.

To our Club Penguin Fans and Family:

There’s no easy way to say this but after 13 incredible years, Club Penguin will be sunsetting at the end of this year. We’ll be providing players with all the necessary information in the coming weeks via in-game messages and updates here on Island News.

Thanks to you, Club Penguin has been more than a game; it’s been a global community where you have gathered to socialize and express yourselves. In a time when games come and go within months, it was one of the longest-running kids’ games of all time and at its height, had over 200 million accounts. Players from countries around the world showed their commitment to the game by adopting 25 million Puffles and creating over 200,000 videos.

When we replaced the original Club Penguin game a year and a half ago, we always strived to make Club Penguin Island the best mobile successor to the original game. From day one of development, Club Penguin Island has been a true passion project for everyone here at Disney but, the time has come for the party to end.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your continued dedication to the Club Penguin and Club Penguin Island games and for being a member of our family. We are so grateful to have shared in this journey with you. We’re excited to bring you more new experiences around all of Disney’s beloved characters and stories across all platforms.

Please look out for more information soon and as always, waddle on.

– Club Penguin Team

You can read the full post here. Whilst I’m really sad about the news, I just want to take a moment to thank the Club Penguin Island team, many whom will have to be moving on from their jobs soon, and I wish them the best in their future journeys. I’d like to thank them for really making the last few years special, and doing their best to carry on the brand.

I won’t spend too long in this post as I don’t blog about CPI anymore and I’m aware some of you might not be interested, but I feel this was something worth sharing. Above all, to the CPI team, thank you, for the memories I had on the game and for the experiences all of CP has given me, and best wishes.

Waddle on,

-Torres 126

Immediate End of Club Penguin Island Blogging

It is with regret that I have decided to end all posts regarding Club Penguin Island, effective immediately with this change likely being permanent. As a result, this blog will focus exclusively on Club Penguin Rewritten content, and possibly content of Pengur, another private server, when it releases.

I’ve made plenty of lengthy posts both criticising and praising the game, but unfortunately, it just isn’t fun for me anymore. Whilst I don’t wish to use my final post as a way of speaking negatively about the game, I feel like it would be wrong for me not to explain my reasoning.

Ultimately, it all comes down to lack of content. I feel like I’ve done absolutely everything: reached the highest level, done all the adventures, made an outfit and an igloo, explored the island, spent time with others. As a result, the game has become less enjoyable and far less fun to blog about, it’s become far less popular from what I’ve seen and also far less safe.

This decision has taken me a while to make and I have listened to feedback surrounding this. It would feel wrong to continue my streak of exclusively posting CP Rewritten content. so I decided to make this announcement before making several new changes, which will be explained soon in this post!

Ultimately, not only are Club Penguin Rewritten posts far more enjoyable to make, they are also a lot more popular. CPI just isn’t designed for blogging; there’s very little news and guides are unnecessary due to there being no challenge at all. In the last 90 days, the only CPI post to be in the top twenty posts is a guide to cancelling your membership, which is extremely concerning.

Whilst I will also no longer be playing the game as regularly, I would like to thank the CPI team for granting me several months of fun and allowing me to form this blog. I may not be supporting them through memberships or blogging anymore, however I still wish them the best of luck with their game.

Not an actual tracker, just a sample image*

As for the future of this blog, I have lots of exciting new content coming this month! These include the most detailed mascot trackers, several new guides, a new sidebar and more! Already you will be able to see a temporary new blog header in celebration of the Great Snow Maze coming at the end of this month!

Club Penguin Island pages will remain until all this content is released. At that point, they will all be placed into a single page and no longer updated, so some guides will always be accessible. However, for now, this blog’s focus is Club Penguin Rewritten. Whilst I’m aware this will upset or annoy some of you, I fully appreciate all the support which you have given me, even if that ends now. I still hope that others will continue on this journey!

Once again, I’d like to thank all everyone who has read this blog as well as the team for everything! I have had plenty of great experiences and memories, yet for now, it is time to…Waddle on!

-Torres 126

Club Penguin Island Daily Challenges – 07/01/18

Club Penguin Island Daily Challenges – (07/01/18)

The Daily Challenges have reset on Club Penguin Island, offering coins and XP! As always, we have a guide to help assist you in completing the challenges!

Chair-ish the Moment

Sit in 6 different chairs at the Cove

  1. Head to Coconut Cove and sit on six different chairs. To sit on a chair, waddle next to it and tap the orange interactive button
  2. You will find the first chair at the Lifeguard Station overlooking the water
  3. The next three chairs are located in the island which contains buoy 2, directly ahead the Lifeguard Station
  4. There will be a chair by the waterfall on the west
  5. The final chair is located in front of the Sea Caves entrance and is a pearl chair
  6. Sit in all of these to claim your reward!


Food Trek: The Next Meal Station

Chat to order food while sitting at the Foodtrekker tables

  1. Head to the Foodtrekker, located in the west side of Beacon Boardwalk near the Lighthouse
  2. Waddle up to one of the benches and click the orange interactive button to sit down
  3. Say anything that passes the filter. It could be from the Quick Chat menu or something completely made up!
  4. Claim your reward


Ya Feelin’ Chameleon?

Have 3 penguins by the tulips change to a flower’s colours

  1. Head to Island Central and go to the tulips opposite the Igloo Furniture store
  2. Go into My Penguin – My Profile – Colour and change into either the light red, yellow or purple
  3. Ask two other penguins to also do the above and stand by the tulips
  4. If this is done, you will be able to claim your reward!


Highlights at High Heights

Have 2 penguins sit at the CPSN desk, and 1 behind the camera

  1. Head to Mt. Blizzard and take the cannon/trampolines to the top, where the Tube Racing tracks are
  2. On the right of the Racing tracks, there will be a CPSN desk. Waddle over there
  3. Ask two penguins to sit in the chair whilst you go up to the camera and click the orange interactive button or sit in the chair whilst someone else holds the camera
  4. Claim your reward!

Thank you very much for reading, I hope that this guide helped! Be sure to check back for more of the latest Club Penguin Island news and guides!

Waddle on!

-Torres 126

CP Island: Mascots Planning for a New Year

Aunt Arctic has interviewed some of the mascots on Club Penguin Island, asking them about their New Year’s resolution!

An image of all the characters was also released, and here we can see that Rory, a new character, is present! As such, it is extremely likely that he will be a new mascot on the island this year. Rory was a builder on classic Club Penguin, so it’s cool to see him on the new island.

Here are the new resolutions:

Dot: I won’t be so hard on myself when my designs aren’t perfect. In fact, I’ve got super colorful creations planned that I’m just going to have fun with.
Jet Pack Guy: My resolution? Fly higher; fly faster.
Rookie: I’ll be responsible and take my pet rock for more walks. But no more swims—last time didn’t go so well…
Gary: I resolve to delve deeper into the mysteries of the island. There are many conundrums yet to be solved.
DJ Cadence: I’ll keep the party going with some new sounds!
Rockhopper: I’d resolve to be the most legendary pirate but I already am. Har har har!
Aunt Arctic: I resolve to keep the island safe with the help of our strong and capable community.

These resolutions sound super cool, and I’m especially curious to find out what Gary will discover! Maybe even during the year, we’ll receive Gary’s adventures…thank you very much for reading, be sure to check back for more of the latest news and guides!

Waddle on!

-Torres 126

Club Penguin Island Daily Challenges – 06/01/18

Club Penguin Island Daily Challenges – (06/01/18)

The Daily Challenges have reset on Club Penguin Island, offering coins and XP! As always, we have a guide to help assist you in completing the challenges!

See the Sea Signs

Read all 7 blue arrow signs in the Sea Caves

  1. Head to the Sea Caves in order to read the signs. To read a sign, simply waddle up close to a blue board with a white arrow until some text appears
  2. Firstly, read the sign on the pillar, just above the water
  3. Next head to the arch near the entrance of the Race Course and read the sign to the Race Course there
  4. Read the sign on the rock above the Party Submarine, which can be found as you descend into the water
  5. Read the sign by the entrance to the Party Submarine to the right, which is where the Party Submarine propeller is
  6. Read the sign opposite the Throne Room entrance arch and facing the Crab’s Den. A red crab will be next to this sign
  7. Now read the sign by the Throne Room entrance arch
  8. Read the Glow Grotto sign, located a bit deeper than the entrance to the Crab’s Den and the Throne Room
  9. Claim your reward!


Ping! Ping! Ping!

I can see using sound, in a metal tube I am found.

  1. Head to the Sea Caves and dive to the Party Submarine
  2. First, pull the levers under the Disco Ball inside the Party Submarine so that the Disco Ball drops
  3. Next swim to the left and you will find a small tube that leads to a small area
  4. Swim down that tube and you will find a chest and some collectibiles, but you will also be able to claim your reward!


Tree-Mendous Effort

Have 3 penguins dress as trees at Island Central’s Park

  1. Go into My Penguin – My Style to open the Designer
  2. Buy and wear the Tree Costume, decals don’t matter!
  3. Head to Island Central and waddle to the grass which has two busking/music stations. You can find it in front of the Disney Shop
  4. Ensure that two other penguins are also in this location and are all wearing the Tree Outfit and then you will be able to claim your reward!


The Zoo Crew

Have 5 penguins dressed as pirate animals on the Migrator

  1. Wear the outfit of a Pirate Animal – this may be hard to do, but I wore the Crab Outfit and the Cursed Necklace
  2. Head to the Migrator
  3. Find four other penguins who are also wearing pirate animals and if all five are you on the Migrator, you will be able to claim your reward!

Thank you very much for reading, I hope that this guide helped! Be sure to check back for more of the latest Club Penguin Island news and guides!

Waddle on!

-Torres 126

Club Penguin Island: Rainbow Celebration Event

A new party will be coming to Club Penguin Island later this month because of a rare sighting of a rainbow in the sky! All of Island Central will be decorated with balloons, fruits and more! We’ll also be able to collect rainbow droplets.

Dot will be guiding us through the party, but the team have released a beautiful image giving a sneak peek of some of the decorations.

The party looks beautiful but it doesn’t just end there! There will be lots of items, including a “Rainbow Star Tee” and igloo furniture! This event seems random, yet completely cool and beautiful. After all, the randomness seems to make it special!

I hope we’ll be seeing monthly parties, at least, on Club Penguin Island! This looks like a great start for parties, so I definitely can’t wait to check it out! Thank you very much for reading, be sure to check back for more of the latest news and guides!

Waddle on!

-Torres 126

CP Island: Birthday Colour Palette Vote

Club Penguin Island’s birthday will be held in March, and the team are currently deciding a Colour Palette for the event, meaning that the colours in Island Central will be decorated in a specific colour.

They’ve narrowed down the options to three and allowed us to vote! The first is green and blue, and it is my personal favourite as it’s the colours of the 1st Anniversary Hat from Club Penguin.

If you’re looking for something fresh, there’s pink, yellow and blue & purple, orange and aqua.

You are able to vote on this blog post here. I think it’s really cool that we’re given the opportunity to influence what happens on the island, so definitely be sure to have your say before the voting ends! Thank you very much for reading!

Waddle on!

-Torres 126

Club Penguin Island Daily Challenges – 05/01/18

Club Penguin Island Daily Challenges – (05/01/18)

The Daily Challenges have reset on Club Penguin Island, offering coins and XP! As always, we have a guide to help assist you in completing the challenges!

Keytar Star

Play the keytar on the Coconut Cove stage

  1. Head to the Stage located by the left of the entrance to Coconut Cove
  2. Waddle over to the black keytar and click the orange interactive button
  3. You will now be playing the keytar
  4. Press one of the three blue buttons with the keytar
  5. Claim your reward!


Plunges for Sponges

Collect 3 sponge clusters in the Sea Caves

  1. Head over to the Sea Caves and dive into the water
  2. To collect a sponge, swim next to it and click the orange interactive button. Sponge clusters are three purple sponges
  3. Swim by the arch next to the entrance of the Race Course to find the first sponge
  4. Swim to near where the exit of the Race Course is to find the second sponge
  5. Swim by the Party Submarine propeller to find the third sponge
  6. Claim your reward!


Go Loopy

Run a lap on the Lighthouse Deck

  1. Head up to the Lighthouse in Beacon Boardwalk
  2. Step on the brown springboard to take you to the deck of the lighthouse
  3. Waddle around the bulb, ensuring that you don’t fall off
  4. You may need to do it once or twice but you will then be able to claim your reward!


Sub-stantial Party

Get 5 mermaids or sharks by the Party Sub

  1. Firstly, as a member, you’ll need to have a shark costume. You might have this from a previous challenge and if you do, simply wear it.
  2. If not, tap the blue button at the bottom of your screen, go to “My Designer” and buy a shark costume. Decals and fabrics don’t matter!
  3. Now just put it on.
  4. Gather 4 friends who are also wearing the “Sea Shark”
  5. Head over to the Party Submarine. This can be done by travelling a bit deep in the Sea Caves and sticking to the left.
  6. Once you’re all there in the same outfit, you can claim your reward.

Thank you very much for reading, I hope that this guide helped! Be sure to check back for more of the latest Club Penguin Island news and guides!

Waddle on!

-Torres 126