On This Day In Club Penguin History – October 11

On the 11th of October Club Penguin has updated in 2010 and 2012. A new field op was released in 2010 and in 2012 there was also new field op, however much more than just that occurred. There were new furniture and igloo catalogues for the month alongside the Halloween igloo decorating contest, signs about finding Gariwald VIII were placed around the island, Club Penguin began using their new logo design, and the community section of Club Penguin’s website was redesigned alongside new blog featured.

The field op released on this day in 2010 was Club Penguin’s 18th one. Gary’s orders were the following:

The signal we intercepted last week was strange. It was just a series of snapping noises.

We have a hunch. Work together to check all water vehicles for tampering. You must hurry!

You then had to go to the Dock to the left of the Hydro Hopper boat. The ending game was to destroy the matching circuits.

2012 had a lot more updates compared to 2010. Just like 2010 there was a new field op, the 103rd one. For this mission you had to go to the Forest and complete the mini-game by decrypting the passcode, which was done by matching the shapes.

Back in 2012 the furniture and igloo catalogues were separate instead of combined, so each catalogue got an update for the month of October. The furniture catalogue contained many new items such as the Ogre Ottoman, Cursed Volume, and Batty Chaise Lounge. The igloo catalogue contained the brand new Creepy Cavern Igloo, which members could buy for 1,500 coins. Club Penguin also continued their yearly tradition by holding another Halloween igloo decorating contest, something they unfortunately no longer do.


Speaking of Halloween, in preparation for that year’s party some signs about finding Gariwald VIII, Gary’s Great Uncle, were placed around the island in some of the outdoor rooms. Ghosts of different colours would hover around the signs and appear from time to time.


The rest of the updates in 2012 are related to Club Penguin’s website. This is the original logo before the change:


And this is the logo after the change, still used to this day.


It’s not vastly different, big still a difference nonetheless. Which logo design do you like more?

Club Penguin also changed their website some. The help section was rennovated, the design of the fun stuff pages was changed, and you couldnow reply to people’s comments on the Club Penguin Blog.


Want to see and learn more? Check out these pages about the topics mentioned above.

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