Last night, Club Penguin Mountains reached over two million views, by over 350K people! I just wanted to make a quick post acknowledging this.
Although this post will be short, I wanted to express my thanks once again for all the support which made achieving this milestone possible! I never would have believed that this blog would’ve come so far five years ago, but I’m grateful that you’ve made it possible.
Thank you for all of the support!
Two million is such a huge number, and it always means a lot that people continue to find this blog helpful and enjoyable, so whether you’ve read just one post or you’ve been around for a few years – thank you!
A while back, you may remember that there used to be a lot of hope that Lego (the construction toy company) would make sets for Club Penguin, which you could buy and build!
Unfortunately, this never happened, but the Club Penguin team wanted it to! tigerrkid, who recently travelled to the CP Headquarters in Kelowna, kindly allowed me to share the pictures of the Lego designs!
In order for Lego sets to be considered, the team would’ve had to submit them into Lego Ideas, at which point we could vote for them. If it reached 10 thousand votes, then the Lego team themselves would’ve considered making them a reality.
Sadly though, it never got to that stage, and never will with Club Penguin Island closing. However, these pictures do look really cool, so I just wanted to share them in case you were interested.
I would’ve loved for these sets to have become a reality (you may remember the #LEGOCP project from a few years ago!), and whilst it never will be, I’d like to thank tigerrkid for sharing these photos, and the Club Penguin team for trying their best.
Eight years ago, I signed up to Club Penguin, and was immediately amazed by an entire snowy island, which launched exactly five years before then!
Today the classic version of Club Penguin would’ve turned thirteen, and although it’s devastating that this is the last anniversary of the official franchise, Club Penguin has provided us with amazing memories and experiences, along with skills, friendships and above all, fun times!
I wanted to recognise that with this post, because I’ve certainly had loads of amazing memories and learnt a lot, both from Club Penguin, CP Rewritten/Island and also maintaining this blog. It’s unfortunate that after all these years, the official franchise is ending and that lots of jobs are being lost, especially in the most cruel way if the rumours are true. But despite this, I’d really like to extend my thanks for the team behind thirteen years worth of magic, and the Club Penguin Rewritten team for offering to carry that on for all of us.
Club Penguin has been undeniably one of the most significant and prevalent virtual worlds to ever be created, and the proof is that is how we as a community continue to celebrate a 13th Anniversary at a time where many virtual worlds fade within months. For many of us, it feels like we were celebrating a party only recently, and who knows what exciting things are held in the future from now.
Hi everyone, throughout the Devcast podcast, you may have heard that Screenhog uploaded another addition to his Behind the Scenes music series!
He did so last night, and it’s a really interesting one which focuses on the creation of some of the Medieval tracks, but also a bit of insight into the creation of the initial concept of parties. It might sound familiar from you because it was featured in the Club Penguin New Horizon’s documentary!
If you’re interested, I’d highly recommend watching the video, otherwise please feel free to skip this post!
Every now and then, some concept art is released regarding Club Penguin, but this hasn’t happened in a while considering that the classic version has closed.
I know that a lot of people are really interested in this, so I just wanted to share a new concept art which was created by Neil Hooson and revealed earlier today. It shows Tusk, who you may recognise from Card Jitsu Snow!
Concept art is fascinating to me, so I just wanted to share it with you as it’s amazing how a character on Club Penguin comes to life. Feel free to just skip over this post though, this was just a quick post to share this with you.
Another fantastic video has been released by Screenhog, featuring some of the details behind the scenes of creating the Sled Racing track!
His video contains details on how the track was created, how it sounds and also an unreleased track which has rarely been heard before! You might not be interested by this, but I do like sharing exciting things related to Club Penguin, so feel free to watch!
The video is really cool, and features a lot of interesting stuff about a very iconic song! If you’d like to hear more of Screenhog’s stuff, feel free to check out his other videos (he’s done three so far), but he’ll also be on a stream on October 24th!
Hi! It’s rare for me to publish something not relating to the latest news on Club Penguin Rewritten, but something really amazing was recently published that I wanted to share with you! 🎵
Last night, Screenhog released a behind the scenes video about some of the music which he created. In case you didn’t know, Screenhog was an amazing artist and music composer behind the game! Much of how his music was created hasn’t been too well known, until recently!
If you haven’t already, I’d highly recommend watching the video if you’re curious about where and how some of the original music for the game was created.
In the video, a few tracks were featured, and you may recognise the Ocean Voyage theme from the previous party on Club Penguin Rewritten. Here’s how the finished product sounded like!
It’s incredibly similar in the video (though there’s some extra instruments)! You may also be familiar with it, but this is how the Pizzatron 3000 track sounds like too.
Also, if you’re wondering how it looks like on sheet music, a talented community member called Stone523 also managed to transcribe it into music playable on the piano. Check it out!
I decided to make this post as music is a huge part of Club Penguin, and I was really interested by Screenhog’s video and thought you would be too! I’m hoping he makes more in the future since the last one was awesome.
Thank you very much for reading, waddle on!
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