CP Rewritten: Bean Counters and Pufflescape Under Development
Just wanted to share some quick news about a couple of the upcoming mini-games on Club Penguin Rewritten: development for Bean Counters and Pufflescape is currently taking place! It’s been known that the latter game has been worked on for a while, but this is the first indication that the team are planning to return Bean Counters in the new HTML5 technology after its initial release had many bugs, causing it to be removed.
It’s not quite yet known when either of these games will be released or how much progress has currently been made in development, but I’ll be sure to keep you updated as we learn more. Thank you very much for reading!
CP Rewritten: Pufflescape Development Begins
With the recent return of puffles, the Club Penguin Rewritten team have announced that development on Pufflescape has begun again! This is a mini-game at the Pet Shop in which the aim is to collect O’Berries to progress to the next level. It can be quite challenging, since you’ll need to create bridges by clicking, but it also offered a lot of coins.
It’s not yet known when the game will be ready, but it’s worth noting that the team are re-writing the game in the new HTML5 technology, so it will almost certainly still take some time, but it should be smoother when it launches. Thank you very much for reading, be sure to check back for more of the latest Club Penguin Rewritten news and guides!
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!
CP Rewritten: Pufflescape Releases
Pufflescape, the game in which you explore caves with your puffle and try to unlock different levels, has now been released! It can be found at the Pet Shop by clicking the white puffle icon at the bottom left of the room.
I think that it probably won’t be necessary to delve into turning this post into a guide; there’s a fairly comprehensive guide by clicking “Instructions” on the level selection screen, and plenty of help available for each level.
There’s also eleven new Pufflescape stamps! I’ve mentioned them a bit more in this post, if you’re still interested. I suspect many people are still surprised the game has been added, but I hope you have a lot of fun playing – it’s definitely quite nostalgic too.
CP Rewritten: Pufflescape to be Released Tomorrow
Some very exciting news has just been released, and it’s completely unexpected! Pufflescape, the mini-game in which you explore caves with a puffle, is due to be released tomorrow!
For those unaware how the game works, it is located at the Pet Shop, and the aim is to collect O’Berries to progress to the next level. It can be quite challenging, since you’ll need to create bridges by clicking, but it also offered a lot of coins.
Besides the coins, the game also has a variety of stamps! In fact, even though the game has not released yet, you can find the stamps for Pufflescape in your stamp book.
As I know many will be curious, I’ve included an image (from classic Club Penguin) on what to expect when all the stamps have been earned.
In many ways, this does seem completely random and an out-of-place announcement. But I think that’s one of the things which has made this so exciting. And trust me, Pufflescape does have some beautiful music too!