Amazingly, it’s been fifteen years since Club Penguin released on October 24th 2005! As part of those celebrations, there’s usually a traditional Anniversary Party, and while the original game has sadly closed, there’s currently one ongoing on Club Penguin Rewritten now.
It’ll last for just one day, so be sure to visit the Coffee Shop where most the fun is at! There’s two things to highlight here:
- The 15th Anniversary Hat can be found by clicking the statue at the bottom left – this will never return, so I highly recommend obtaining it!
- If you don’t have the Celebration! stamp already, you can obtain it by blowing out the candles on the cake – to do this, just click the cake
It’s also possible to tip the Iceberg and receive the Iceberg Tipper item. In order to this, you need to have a lot of penguins drilling anywhere on the Iceberg, and it’ll start to wobble then eventually tip.
The ability to tip the Iceberg will extend a few days beyond this party, so don’t worry if you’re struggling to find a busy server!
The other thing to note is that Sensei and Aunt Arctic will be visiting throughout the day, and the tracker has already recorded their first visit! They should help with tracking them:
Happy anniversary to Club Penguin!
As part of yesterday’s update, two bugs were introduced on Club Penguin Rewritten in regards to the Iceberg. They will be fixed today, but I know many people have heard about them and will be curious on what’s going on! If these steps no longer work for you, the bug is probably fixed.
Both bugs have now been fixed, so you can no longer access the Concert Hall or tip the Iceberg
The first bug is that if you waddle to the left of the Iceberg, into the water but where the Whale would sometimes be at the Water Party, you’ll be taken to the Concert Hall!
The second bug is that if you have enough blue penguins drilling, you’ll be able to tip the Iceberg. Underneath it, the Beta Hat is present, but you cannot collect it. This item was available for the Waddle on Party in 2018, but then subsequently removed from everyone’s account.
Again though, to stress, these aren’t intentional and they’ll be fixed later today.
The Iceberg can be tipped right now because we accidentally uploaded the wrong one. The [Beta Hat] item will not be fixed, and the [correct & fixed] room will be updated later on today.-stu, Club Penguin Rewritten administrator
However, I wanted to share this as I know many people have been baffled by it! Thank you very much for reading!
The 12th Anniversary Party has begun on Club Penguin Rewritten and will last until the 24th! The Coffee Shop has been entirely redecorated, and it’s now even possible to tip the Iceberg!
This is the decorated Coffee Shop. It’s completely amazing and custom-made, including the fabulous cake that uses the colours of previous party hats! In fact, there’s some really cool animations too, such as when you click the paper cup.
Also, you are unable to blow out the candles on the cake to earn the stamp, but you will be able to do so when it’s the Club Penguin Rewritten anniversary.
However, if you click the little orange box on the floor, you’ll be able to see all the 12th Anniversary Party Hats! To pick one up, simply click the box again! It’s got a really nice orange theme to it!
The other huge feature of this event is the ability to tip the Iceberg! It takes many drillers to drill on the Iceberg and there’s no known exact method to make it tip, but with enough penguins, the iceberg will flip over! It will reveal a dance floor, but the note is not present.
Underneath the Iceberg is the free “Blue Torque” item. To obtain it, simply click the item by the speakers on the right. The rain of the storm has also been removed due to the large amount of lag which it caused., along with some other music changes to celebrate the Anniversary!
I really love this Anniversary Party, a lot of it is custom content that seems so cool! I’m also really hoping that some mascots log on soon, however Gary is confirmed to visit this month. The event ends on October 24th, so be sure to log on before then. Thank you very much for reading!