Club Penguin Blog: Thanks for Playing Club Penguin in the Russian and German Languages

The date is almost here: after first being announced in the end of June, this coming Wednesday, September 2nd, the Russian and German versions of Club Penguin will cease to exist any longer. RIP.

On Thursday Megg made a bittersweet post about it. Here’s what she said:

Hi Penguins,

As you may know, back in July we announced that Club Penguin in the Russian and German languages will be closing Sept. 2, 2015. Once again, those of you that are affected by this are ALWAYS welcome on our other languages.

To say thanks to all of you in the community for your dedication and enthusiasm. We’ve gathered up some of our favorite pictures that were submitted to celebrate our Russian and German players.


Do you have a favorite memory you’d like to share? Leave it in the comments below. And if you have any questions, please check out our FAQ (SEE LINKS IN COMMENTS)) page for help.

Waddle on,

-Club Penguin Team

In her post Megg said “see links in comments” but there are no links in the comments. D’oh!

3 thoughts on “Club Penguin Blog: Thanks for Playing Club Penguin in the Russian and German Languages

  1. There should be another way to maintain the servers :/

    Other languages have like 10-20 empty servers. CP could easily get rid of those and leave Russian and German alone to save some money in keeping servers. Either that, or have some sort of CPIP 2.0 (Club Penguin Improvement Project) inviting penguins to help translate the game in other languages, and get rewarded in something exclusive like the first one.

    CP can’t JUST abolish the servers. Doing this will only make CP lose more players who ONLY know German and/or Russian.

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