On This Day In Club Penguin History – February 12

On the 12th of February Club Penguin has updated in 2010 and 2015, plus in 2013 Club Penguin’s EP “The Party Starts Now” was released.

A majority of the updates in 2010 were puffle related. To prepare for the 2010 Puffle Party, boxes were placed around the island. There were also three new login screens, with two of the three advertising the upcoming event. The third new login screen advertised the stage play that was released that day, Secrets of the Bamboo Forest. This was its first ever showing at the Stage. Between then and 2015, when the Stage closed down, the play had a total of four showings. To go along with that stage play the Golden Feather Pin was hidden at the Lighthouse Beacon. The pin was needed to cross the small bridge on the stage’s set so you could collect the Phoenix Queen’s Background.

Other updates in 2010 include the Orange Puffle being spotted at the Ski Lodge, taking the place of Fred in the cuckoo clock that chirps every 30 minutes. The Puffle Furniture catalogue was updated too, and so were the featured postcards.


In 2013 Club Penguin’s album “The Party Starts Now” was now for sale in stores and on iTunes. The EP contains six songs: The Party Starts Now, Anchors Aweigh, Ghosts Just Wanna Dance, Cool In the Cold, Puffle Party (Gotta Have a Wingman), and Dubstep Puffle. If you purchased the CD you could get the Bling Bling Necklace item added to your penguin account.

The final year with updates on the 12th of February is 2015. A new furniture & igloo catalogue was released with music themed items, plus Club Penguin also updated their igloo music selection.

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Also in 2015 Club Penguin removed 13 of their Russian servers, leaving just 5 for players to choose from, one being safe chat.

Last but not least, the team released DJ Cadence’s and the Penguin Band’s new song “You Got This” as a free download.


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