On This Day In Club Penguin History – March 15

By / March 15, 2015

On the 15th of March there have been updates in 2010, 2011, and 2012. In 2010 Puffle Rescue was released, in 2011 Puffle Launch was released, and in 2012 the Puffle Party began, the play at the Stage was updated, and there was a new field op.

In 2010 there was one update. The Puffle Rescue game, which is located at the Mine, was released! Since then, the game has been untouched aside from bug fixes and the addition of stamps. I personally find the game highly underrated, as it is a lot of fun.

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In 2011 another new game was released! Puffle Launch was released at the Pet Shop, and along with it came new stamps for the game. The mobile version of the game, now unavailable, was released later in the year. Just like Puffle Rescue, the game has remained untouched aside from bug fixes. Have you beat all the levels yet? Back when it was first released I spent hours filming tutorials for YouTube of myself getting a perfect score on all 36 levels without messing up…it was a hard task but it was doable and all of the hard work paid off!

Unlike 2010 and 2011 there was not a new game, but rather a party and a few other updates. The party beginning on March 15, 2012 was that year’s Puffle Party. At the Puffle Party PH, aka the Puffle Handler, visited the island for the first time. At the party member penguins could transform into Puffles. It’s also worth noting that there was a few small decorations for St. Patrick’s Day at the Mine Shack, a surprise for everyone!


Aside from the party, Quest for the Golden Puffle was re-released at the Stage for the umpteenth time. The final update in 2012 was the 73rd field op was released. It was located at the Dance Lounge (now known as the Arcade) next to Bits & Bolts.


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umpteenth time?



“Relatively large but unspecified in number”.

Basically it’s been at the Stage so many times I’ve lost count.



Oh man, looking for the old Mine Shack bring to me so much memories, i hate the University, i loved the Recycling Plant.