Club Penguin has continuously been making improvements to its mobile app, released on iPad nearly a year ago and iPhone and iPod Touch a few weeks back. With the Snow Forts being updated online to prepare for the Future Party, the team used this chance to design a cool new feature on the app for this particular room.
When you enter, stand in one of the two colored circles (either red or blue) to pick a team. Then, throw snowballs at the opposite fort to knock it down and make the flag fall! One is victorious once the opposite team’s flag is all the way on the ground.
I really like this update! Do you? I hope this makes its way to the online version of the game soon.
Attention grasshoppers! The Puffle Party 2014 has begun, and with that has dog barks, cat meows, and a puffle extravaganza! Here are all the cheats you need to waddle around the big event.
Hey penguins! Starting next week, the Club Penguin app will finally be available for free purchase on iPhone and iPod Touch, which means you will be able to play it on all Apple iOS devices. Previously, only iPads could do this. It took a year, but oh well! Check out the screen shots that Polo Field has posted on the What’s New Blog below.
That Rainbow Puffle looks so cute in 3D! What do you think? Let me know by posting a comment.
As I reported last month, Club Penguin is working on bringing puffles to mobile devices via the Club Penguin app! Now, they have officially confirmed this with a new homepage, depicting puffles playing at the park, and what adoption will look like on an iPad! Check it out.
This is going to be wicked! I wonder how cool (or creepy) puffles will look in 3D on the app? The Puffle Party will be the first full party to make its way onto the app. I’m sure excited! Are you? Leave a comment and let me know.
In other news, earlier today at Field Friday Polo Field confirmed that the Future Party will be coming in May. You might remember it being teased through the membership page yesterday.
Club Penguin has a uploaded a new video in place of a new #WaddleOn, which will be arriving next week. This one includes a few staff members and… well, just watch the video below!
Also, check out what was accidentally teased by moderators on the Club Penguin app! I can’t wait to adopt these new wild puffles.
A TON of stuff is on the way for penguins on iOS devices! Spike Hike has recently confirmed on Twitter that the team has finished up the iPhone and iPod Touch version of My Penguin (yes, I still call it that). The app will take 2-3 weeks to be reviewed by Apple and should be available in April as part of the upcoming update I am about to spoil. However, the Android version will take another few months, as the coding is completely different on those devices.
Thanks to my friend Loo978, we now know that Club Penguin updated its app today with the next big release of rooms.