CP Rewritten Times: Issue #140 – Flight

A new edition of the Club Penguin Rewritten Times has been released! This one is notable because it contains the Coins for Change results, but it also alludes to this month’s party.

For the best experience, I would recommend reading the paper for yourself online as it always contains a variety of cool things such as artwork, but as always, I will summarise the news revealed.

This paper revealed the Coins for Change results:

  • Medical help: 23%
  • Protect the Earth: 44%
  • Building homes: 32%
  • Total donated: 443,162,500 coins (Wow! For context, in 2017, 66,349,900 coins were donated)

It also revealed some information regarding upcoming updates:

  • “The rumours seem to be true” regarding this month’s party – the most prevalent rumour is that it will be a Festival of Flight, especially after the team recently backtracked on previous comments saying it would never return. There’ll be “quite a view”
  • Tomorrow, a new Furniture catalog will be released
  • On January 16th, a new space-related Stage play will be released, along with a new pin

It’s really amazing to see how much was donated to Coins for Change! As a reminder, those figures serve as a vote to how a specific amount of money will be donated. I’ll let you know if figures are released translating them into actual money (they were in 2017).

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

CP Rewritten: Holiday Party 2019 – Full Guide

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The Holiday Party has started on Club Penguin Rewritten until January 2nd, bringing Coins for Change, lots of beautifully decorated rooms and more to the island! This post will provide a guide to the party. ūü¶Ć

Rockhopper is confirmed to visit for this party, and you can find his tracker here. Aunt Arctic is also visiting, with a new background. Her tracker can be found here.

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CP Rewritten Times: Issue #86 – Coins for Change

A new edition of the Club Penguin Rewritten Times has been released, containing the results for Coins for Change!

There wasn’t much other news revealed in the paper, other than on January 3rd, the Christmas Party will end but a new pin and a new Penguin Style will be released.

For the best experience, I would suggest reading the paper online, but here are the Coins for Change results! Almost 200 million coins were donated!

More details are going to be released soon about the exact details of Coins for Change, such as which charities will be receiving the money, but hopefully a real difference will be made!

Thank you very much for reading, waddle on!

-Torres 126

CP Rewritten: All Global Prizes Unlocked

We’ve had a lot of gifts this month on Club Penguin Rewritten, from items, backgrounds, igloos and even a colour in the Advent Calendar to a code!

However, we’ve donated over 175 million coins to Coins for Change! As such, all Global Prizes have been unlocked, which include several items and a pack of furniture.

Be sure to get the gifts by clicking on each circle before it’s too late! Along with this, since all prizes have been reached, fireworks have started at the Beacon and it’s received some cool minor additional decorations.

Thank you very much for reading, waddle on!

-Torres 126

CP Rewritten: Coins for Change Stamps Added

Coins for Change is due to end tomorrow, but the stamps are now available to earn on Club Penguin Rewritten!

You can earn stamps by donating coins at any Donation Stand, and theres three to earn with the highest being 10K! If you’ve already donated, you should already have the stamp appear in your stampbook.



The newspaper is also going to be coming tomorrow instead of today since it’ll contain the Coins for Change results.

Waddle on!

-Torres 126

CP Rewritten: $750 Donated in Coins for Change

Despite not previously revealing the exact amount, Codey (an administrator) shared how much actual money was donated to the three charities as a result of Coins for Change!

$750 dollars were donated to these charities:

  • Lumos ($350)
  • Make-a-Wish ($250)
  • World Wildlife Fund ($150)

Receipts were also provided, proving recent rumours about the team failing to donate as false!

Although it’s understandably not as large as the amount Club Penguin donated, I think it’s so incredible that CP Rewritten has donated such a significant amount of money to charity to help make the world a better place rather than making profit!

In case you’re wondering, I made a blog post on how Coins for Change actually works which you can read here. Thank you very much for reading!

Waddle on!

-Torres 126

CP Rewritten: 64.5 Million Coins Donated

The results from the Coins for Change event during the Christmas Party last year have been revealed, and they’re extremely high! 66,349,900 coins were donated, which is an enormous amount!

As for how it works, the team have shared receipts to prove that they have donated the money. Firstly, the game has an advert on the bottom of the playing screen. Some money has to be spent on maintaining Club Penguin Rewritten’s servers, so this is deducted from the sum. The rest of the money is then donated to charities in the percentage that we, the community, donated to with our virtual coins.  For example, if 70% of total coins donated when to protecting the environment, then 70% of the total money donated would be given to the WWF.

Lumos is the charity which was selected to help children in need, and is founded by the author of Harry Potter. 23,321,800 coins were donated to this charity, making up 36.16% of total coins donated.

Make-a-Wish was another charity selected to grant children something special all across the world, including medical aid. 21,978,600 coins were donated, which is 34.07% of total coins donated, meaning that 34.07% of Club Penguin Rewritten’s ad revenue will be donated to Make a Wish.

WWF is the organisation which was donated to in order to help protect the environment/Earth and the future of nature. 21,049,500 coins were donated to this cause, making up 32.63% of total coins donated.

This means that the revenue has been donated to the charities this way:

  • Lumos – 36.16%
  • Make a Wish – 34.07%
  • WWF – 32.63%

I find it incredibly generous and amazing for the Club Penguin Rewritten team to remain non-profit and donate their revenue! No matter how much money was donated, it will allow the world to be just a bit better than previously before, which is amazing!

Thank you very much for reading, waddle on!

-Torres 126

CP Rewritten: Coins for Change Begins

Coins for Change has begun on Club Penguin Rewritten and there are donating stations all across the island!

There are three causes to donate to which will be donated to charity to help people in real life!

  1. Lumos ‚Äď Helps build safe places for children
  2. WWF ‚Äď Helps support animals and the environment
  3. Make a Wish ‚Äď Helps support children in need of medical assistance

The way the event works is that the money made from the ad revenue that hasn’t been spent on maintaining the servers will be donated. The more coins which is donated virtually in-game to that cause will result in there being more money donated to that cause in the real world.

To donate, find any of the Donating Stations across the island! You can then choose which cause you would like to donate to. Once you choose a cause, you can donate between 100 and 10,000 coins.

Once you donate for the first time, you’ll receive the Coins for Change 2017 pin!

You can donate an unlimited number of coins to Coins for Change! All this money will be going to help make the world a better place, so definitely be sure to do so! Thank you very much for reading, be sure to check back for more of the latest news!

Waddle on!

-Torres 126

CP Rewritten: Advent Calendar – Day 14

The Club Penguin Rewritten Advent Calendar is now out at the Forest! Each day, a new gift will unlock until Christmas! This gift could vary from an item to a pin or to something completely different!

Day fourteen is already available! Simply click the number 14 on the Advent Calendar and you will be able to obtain the Milk ‘N Cookies Pin. Click “Yes” and it will be added to your inventory!

Thank you very much for reading, don’t forget to donate to Coins for Change! Be sure to check back for more of the latest news and guides!

Waddle on!

-Torres 126

CP Rewritten: Rockhopper’s Coins for Change Rare Items

Rockhopper’s ship, the Migrator, has arrived at the Beach on Club Penguin Rewritten and is completely decorated for Coins for Change! It even contains some exclusive items and a new notice board.

You can access the Migrator from the Beach, but to find the key, head to the¬†Book Room¬†and flick to the last page of Captain Rockhopper’s Journal! Click it and then you will be able to explore more of the ship!

In the Store, there are some new items available! A Coins for Change Background can be claimed by everyone for free, and there are also three shirts and two furniture outfits to buy.

The noticeboard inside the ship has also been updated with Rockhopper’s “To Do List” for this month! Those three pictures look super cool! Also, Rockhopper will be visiting the island.

That’s all for now, 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