On the 20th of October Club Penguin has only updated in 2011. On this day that year the Halloween Party began, there was a new field op, and much more!
Starting with smaller updates and working our way up, the 52nd field op was released. Gary’s orders were the following:
During Halloween, Club Penguin always experiences strange weather. This can cause problems in our security equipment.
Check all EPF electronics and computers to make sure they’re secure. We must be certain Herbert’s security won’t fail.
The field op was located in the Command Room next to the System Defender game. The game was to enter directions (arrows) to move the bot across the points.
Another small update was the featured postcard selection being updated so players could now send Halloween themed postcards to other penguins.
The next update to have happened in 2011 is a new pin. The Crystal Ball Pin, Club Penguin’s 183rd pin, was hidden at the Hidden Lake. This is the fourth pin to have been hidden in that room.
At the Stage Night of the Living Sled: Live was released for the first time ever. Players could act out the classic Club Penguin film “Night of the Living Sled”.
A few other Halloween themed updates occurred too. The biggest one was the year’s annual Halloween Party beginning. Compared to the years prior, a lot of the rooms were decorated differently than before. There was a candy ghost scavenger hunt, the prize being a background. The free item for everybody was the Ghost Costume at the Haunted House. Gary was waddling around for the party, too. This was the first year the Halloween Party was released before the Anniversary Party. The Trick-or-treat stamp, which is unlocked by visiting 10 Trick-Or-Treat Igloos during a Halloween Party, was released. Special rooms at this party included the Haunted House, Secret Laboratory, Dark Swamp, Dark Chamber, and Monster Room.
The final update that is Halloween related was that year’s Halloween igloo decorating contest beginning. Members could decorate their igloos in a spooky manner and submit it to Club Penguin for judging.
Want to see and learn more? Check out these pages about the topics mentioned above.