Today, ten years ago, I joined Club Penguin. Now it is time to wind things down.
Here is this week’s roundup of all the blog posts I have published within the past seven days (June 6th – June 12th) in case you missed any or want to re-read something I posted.
In case you didn’t hear earlier this month, which you likely may have, it was discovered that on the portfolio of someone who has done artwork for Club Penguin throughout the years it listed “Club Penguin Remix, which many speculate to be Club Penguin’s Project Super Secret.
On the 12th of June there have been updates in 2009, 2013, and 2014. In 2009 the Adventure Party began and the play at the Stage was changed. In 2013 a new pin was hidden, new igloo music was released, and the furniture catalogue was updated for the month. In 2014 the igloo music was updated,…
On the 11th of June Club Penguin has updated in 2010 and 2015. In 2010 the Ruby and the Ruby play returned to the Stage, the postcard catalogue was updated, the 2010 Adventure Party preparations began, there was a new login screen, and last but not least the VR room was now available to EPF agents. In 2015…
Earlier in the month Club Penguin released their fan art video highlight some of the fan artwork they received in the month of May.
On the 10th of June Club Penguin has only updated in 2011. Preparations began for the month’s upcoming Music Jam event, a new edition of the furniture catalogue was released, Secrets of the Bamboo Forest returned to the Stage, and the beta team was updated.
On the 9th of June Club Penguin has only updated in 2006. There was one update, a new pin, Club Penguin’s seventh one.
Yesterday on Club Penguin’s blog Megg wrote a post about fan mail, and said that sometimes fan mail is even responded to by the team! That’s very nice of them to take the time to do.
Club Penguin’s sixth Penguin Style catalogue for the year, June’s edition, is now out.
Club Penguin has updated their furniture and igloo catalogue as well as the igloo music selection for the month of June. This month we have furniture and igloos relating to, well, I’m not sure really. They’re odds and ends, kind of.