Monthly Archives: July 2010
There is a new post by the Club Penguin team! Read below for more:
July’s nearly done, and that means a new month is here. So what’s coming up in August? Well, check out this sneak peek:
A brand new event called the Mountain Expedition is coming soon. And it’ll have LOTS of surprises for members. Check out the items at the Gift Shop soon for gear!
There will be updates for Elite Agents. Keep your eyes on the Command Room and your Elite Gear…
And finally, something that everyone can look forward to… More stamps!
There are lots of surprises set for next month – so let us know what you think they may be!
Until then… Waddle on!
-Club Penguin Team
The first panel at the very left is the mountain expedition, the third one is new stamps, and the last one is EPF missions. But what is the second one? Very mysterious!
Amazon.com today also confirmed the release of the Club Penguin 2011 Calendar but yet there is no further information right now. But I really like the idea of seeing your favorite Club Penguin characters greeting you everyday and keep you up to ‘date’!
I’d really want to see the pictures of every month but I guess we’ll be knowing all about that on Sept. 1, 2010!
UPDATE 6/10/2010: The Calendar sure looks sweet! There is a theme for every month! Check it out! Also notice the not-yet-released Water Ninja on month November!
Hey, that’s almost the date when the Club Penguin Game Day Wii game comes out. Speaking of the Wii game … keep checking back our blog because I’ll be updating you with the latest news about Club Penguin Game Day!
The Plaza is a major virtual hub on Club Penguin, featuring three buildingsÑa pizza shop, pet shop, and theater. This model-making kit features 23 fullcolor, perf-out cardstock sheets that kids can use to build the Plaza all by themselves, with easy-tofollow instructions. Once they are done building, kids can use the models as a playset, using the perf-out penguins, puffles, and set pieces featured inside.
Reading level: Ages 9-12
Paperback: 24 pages
Author: Katherine Noll
Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap
This looks like a book all Club Penguin fans will enjoy! This will be out on October 14, 2010. So if you’re a Club Penguin fan and you love fun activities be sure to pre-order it on Amazon.com! Wow, this is a Club Penguin book like no other! I love this!
Many of you have asked to see the Club Penguin books in your language. Today I am happy to show something new that is coming to the Penguins in Brazil!
For the first time, our books were translated into Portuguese! Very soon you will be able to pinguinzada check these books in Brazil:
The Ultimate Official Guide to Club Penguin, The Stowaway, Adventures at Sea, Waddle A Lot of Laughs, and The Inventor’s Apprentice.
For those who still do not know these books, I can say it has a lot of hints and mysteries of games waiting for you. Plus, all the story books come with a code to unlock a special item online.
What do you think? Tell us in comments!
– Club Penguin Team
If you’re wondering where I got this from, this post is simply an English translation towhat is said on the Portugese What’s New Blog
Club Penguin A5 Notebook
A yellow puffle makes a super handy sidekick at school on this compact A5 notebook. The cheerful creature grins away in padded PVC on the die-cut cover.
The Disney store admins made a mistake! That’s an orange puffle not a yellow puffle! LOL! Don’t worry nobody’s perfect! 🙂
Club Penguin Twin Pen Set
They can be teacher’s pet with help from those Club Penguin pets as they scribble notes using our two rollerball pens, whose cheery puffle design matches that on the Velcro fastening presentation box.
Hahah, teacher’s pet! Imagine your teacher entered your classroom with this set and you end up all the lesson daydreaming about Club Penguin.
Club Penguin Filled Pencil Case
This Club Penguin pencil case is wrapped in a cheery design with padded PVC details, it contains a rollerball pen, pencil, highlighter, 15cm ruler, eraser, sharpener, mini stapler and staples plus a mini hole punch.
If I would buy anything from these Back to School set I’d buy this Club Penguin Filled Pencil Case! It’s full of stuff and looks quite colourful!
Stamps – Can you earn them all?
The buzz in Club Penguin right now is most definitely the most recent new feature: Stamps. Everyone wants to collect all of the stamps! Some are partying at the Night Club, some tipping the iceberg and some even crashing on Jet Pack Adventure and land at the Forest! Good Luck earning them and if you’re finding trouble in earning stamps don’t forget to visit our Club Penguin Complete Stamp Guide!
Customize your Stamp Book!
There are two ways of customizing your Stamp Book.
Members can customize their Stamp Book cover by clicking on the . You can only put 6 items at the cover using your favourite pins or stamps! Don’t forget the Inside Pages of the Stamp Book. You fill them by collecting stamps by completing challenges! For more information just click on the picture above and read the article! 🙂
250th Club Penguin Times Issue!
Time sure flies by because this week’s Club Penguin Times issue is actually the 250th Issue! 250 issues full of news of Club Penguin parties, features, catalogs, updates, PSA messages and, well, anything Club Penguin!
Read Aunt Arctic’s message below:
On the Upcoming Events page, for the first time ever, a Mountain Expedition is announced! Not much is said except for:
‘Join in the Climb – Explore new heights!’
Maybe the Festival Flight like last August’s party will be special by exploring Mountains? Or penguins will be discovering new permanent rooms in “new heights” like we did during the Underground Expedition? Only time will tell! I’m quite excited! By the way did anyone notice that the Penguin Style might be in the ‘same theme’ of the Mountain Expedition? The background of the catalog gives us a hint:
- July 30 – New Pin Hidden
- August 6 – New Penguin Style catalog
- August 13 – Mountain Expedition
- August 20 – New Better Igloos catalog
- August 20 – New Igloo Upgrades catalog
Last week, we asked you what your favorite pin of all time was. Friitzee08 said:
I’ve collected a lot of pins over the year. And they’re all so great. But, I prefer a special one. Like the recycle pin! It’s a small symbol, but it changes the world by a %100. I’m pretty sure it’s made out of recycled stuff from the recycle center near the mine (; Each pin, I have stands for something. So, I try to wear a new one everyday to show my ‘pin-spirit’!
That’s great! Thanks for your review!
As everyone earns more and more Stamps, we’re starting to hear suggestions on what kinds we should add next. So this week, tell us – What new Stamps would YOU like to see added to Club Penguin?
Write your Reviewed By You answer as a comment. We’ll post one (50 – 75 words, please) in next week’s Reviewed By You. If your submission is chosen to be the feature comment on next week’s blog, we’ll add 10 000 coins to your penguin account. Don’t forget to use your penguin name so we can add coins!
Until then… Waddle on!
-Club Penguin Team
Hey guys! It’s time for another Club Penguin Field Op! First report to the EPF room and read what Gary has to say.
Go to the Beacon at the top of the Lighthouse. Walk over to the side of the giant bulb. You’ll know which side because penguins will be all over it.
Once you walk over to it, your spy phone will turn green and ring as you all know.
Read the instructions. Sadly, this Field Op has been used 3 times before already.
Get the microchip into the 4 charge stations. Every time you charge a silver station, go back to the microchips charging station so you have full battery.
Look out for the red things as well. They will shock your microchip and you will lose battery on it. Not good!
After you charge all four, you’ll earn another medal. Yippie!
Waddle on and keep visiting Fosters1537.wordpress.com!