As Club Penguin continues to neglect fixing the crashing in their iOS Sled Racer app, yet another small update has been released for the Club Penguin iOS and Android apps to make it more compatible with Operation Crustacean, which began on the 19th of November.
Once again Club Penguin’s iOS and Android application has been updated with bug fixes for the Halloween Party. Meanwhile, a couple months later and the Sled Racer app on iOS still crashes whenever the race ends.
Today Club Penguin’s iOS and Android app has been updated to version 1.6.10. It’s again a minor update just for the party and brings with it a temporary new app icon.
My timing couldn’t have been better. On September 1st I posted a tweet questioning if Puffle Wild was ever going to get more levels, then the following day a new article was posted on Disney’s website stating that the app has been discontinued. It was removed the same day as Club Penguin’s German and Russian…
On Monday Club Penguin’s main iOS and Android app was updated to version 1.6.9. This update is better compatible with the Fashion Festival, which is currently taking place for the next two weeks.
Today Club Penguin’s iOS and Android app has been updated to version 1.6.8. This version has some improvements to better support the Inside Out Party, plus there is a new app icon.
On Tuesday a new version of Club Penguin’s app was released for both iOS and Android.
Late yesterday the SoundStudio app from Club Penguin was unexpectedly updated to version 1.2 on both iOS and Android. According to the release notes for what’s new in this update, you can now listen to tracks mixed by friends with the new friends category on CP Radio.
Today Club Penguin’s iOS app has been updated to version 1.6.6. The Android app update is likely on the way. In addition to having a higher compatibility with the Rainbow Puffle Party, which is a mobile only party, there is a new main screen – which means Sushi Drop was removed.
If you’re a nonmember and wish you had a rainbow puffle, Club Penguin has some good news for you. If you log on to Club Penguin through their mobile app at some point between May 21st and June 3rd, you’ll be able to adopt one for free – plus you get to keep it after…