The ghost puffle is the ninth puffle you need to find in a game of hide and seek at Club Penguin’s 2016 Puffle Party!
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…
The Puffle Party may be over, however one of the wilderness rooms from the party is here to stay. In that room you can still adopt wild puffles, too.
Club Penguin’s third party of 2015, the Puffle Party, is now happening! In my opinion this is definitely Club Penguin’s best party of 2015 so far.
Since releasing Puffle Wild for iOS last year there has only been a small update with bug fixes. For those of you wanting new features in the app, you’re in luck! Later this month Puffle Wild will get its first content update.
The final task for the Merry Walrus Party is now available. Today you need to find all 6 blue puffle gems for your prize.
Last week, either on Thursday or Friday, Club Penguin added PH to the Dock on their mobile app. You can see her with Glitterpants, the Yellow Unicorn Puffle. If you tap on her she will talk to you.
Along with all of the big updates on Club Penguin yesterday, as usual there have been a few minor ones. This week’s minor updates include holiday postcards being added to the game, the ability to adopt more Puffles, and pay day.
Club Penguin has not yet officially announced it is released yet, however just like Megg mentioned not too long ago the new Puffle Wild app is now available on the Australian and New Zealand app stores for a few weeks as a soft launch so they can iron out any bugs.
I have obtained an exclusive Puffle Wild image! It doesn’t really contain anything new that I haven’t already posted, however it does seem to focus on the special berries the many new Puffles seem to like.