The Halloween Party is now here, and the mascbots have gone haywire!
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When you log in for the first time Gary will appear.
Clicking the “Go there!” button will take you to the Mine Shack. Gary will then speak to you more.
Go to the Coffee Shop. In the corner you’ll see some glowing decaf coffee. Click on it.
When you click on it Gary will appear again.
We’ve had a similar game in the underground tremors PSA/EPF Training mission. The green terminal is on the bottom left, the yellow one is on the middle right. You just need to build a path between the two by clicking the pipes to rotate them.
Here’s what it looks like when completed:
After that you can collect an item or two, depending on if you are a member or not.
There is one mascbot a day that will be taken down. Day two is the Aunt Arctic’s mascbot.
Repeat the steps you did with Gary. Click on the Aunt Arctic mascbot.
Instead of decaf coffee, however, you need to find a bad spelling test.
Go to the school and click on the glowing spelling test.
Go back to the Dock and click on the Aunt Arctic mascbot.
Complete the puzzle:
And you can then collect your item(s).
That’s the gist of the party’s daily tasks. You have to find the item that triggers a fear response, complete the puzzle, then collect your free items each day.
As for other party attractions, at the Dock members can adopt ghost puffles.
Because the Ski Lodge/Puffle Lodge was renovated earlier this year, be sure to check out its decorations!
At the Beach you can turn into a robot if you’re a member.
Be sure to wave and dance as a robot!
Be sure to catch Night of the Living Sled at the Lighthouse.
The Coffee Shop is kind of destroyed.
Here are the party’s emotes. The third one reminds me of a Minion, lol.
Gary is waddling around for the party. Check my other post for his meetup times.
I like this year’s plot for the Halloween Party. Heck, the Halloween Party is always one of my top parties. Props to Club Penguin for two great parties in a row. I wish that the task was a little more challenging like PSA missions were (e.g. “Search the island for decaf coffee” rather than “Go to the Coffee Shop”) but it’s not a big deal.
(Hey, this section is called brief thoughts for a reason!)