The day is finally here. Some people are happy for it, some people are sad for it. The Stage is now gone and has been replaced with the Puffle Berry Mall.
Inside the Mall you can still access the Costume Trunk catalogue from the Stage, as there is a costume store.
Here’s the map with the Puffle Berry Mall. The Spy Phone has also been updated to list the Mall instead of the Stage.
I personally think the Puffle Berry Mall is a nice room, although I’m sure some will miss the Stage.
13 thoughts on “Goodbye Stage, Hello Puffle Berry Mall”
Why is there a pole that is attached to no sign still there
yesterday there was like the biggest riot in CP history about the stage being destroyed… yep all of a sudden now ppl actually care about it (pff! puh-lease they didn’t care about the stage at all in reality they just wanted to pick a fight) personally I like the mall more (but the anvil store is just stupid plus it needs more rooms if they don’t want it to be like the stage all over again)
I think the Stage could be an extension of the Mall, like a Theater or something
Wow, actually this is a great idea!
It should have replaced the Gift Shop, not the Stage.
The stage is just krusty krap
Wow. I leave CP for a year or so, and THIS is what they’re doing? The stage was one of the most iconic parts of Club Penguin history and they replaced it? Soon, nothing is going to be reminiscent of the great game it used to be. That’s heartbreaking.
The Stage was one of the most ignored rooms in Club Penguin. Hardly anyone took part in the plays. Hardly anyone talked about it before the news broke that it was getting replaced. It’s obvious why they replaced it. And now people care? smh.
I think people just like picking fights.
The Clothes Shop is older than the stage and the stage is just garbage made to make the Plaza like the Town
Puffle Berry Mall? It has nothing to do with puffles 0_0
There isn’t much to do their sooooo, it’ll probably be almost as ignored as the stage. The only good things about it are the costume trunk and the escalators, but even the escalators aren’t that fun….
Club Penguin is going downhill. If you compare the peak of Club Penguin to present-day, there is indeed quite a difference.