On This Day In Club Penguin History – February 9

On the 9th of February there have been updates in 2007, 2009, and 2012. There are lots of updates to cover so let’s get started!

In 2007 there were two updates. Rockhopper arrived at the island for another visit, his third one. The free item he brought for all players was the Pirate Belt. Members could purchase the Gold Wristwatch and Pirate Dress clothing items from his rare items catalogue. The Flamingo furniture item could also be purchased.

The second update in 2007 was the party for that month, the Festival of Snow, beginning. The leftover snow from the 2006 Christmas Party was stored in the Lodge Attic and used at this party to create different snow sculptures around the island.


Bonus points if you spot me in the picture!

On this day in 2009 Club Penguin launched in the French language. Along with the launch there were three available French servers to pick from. They were Antarcique, a safe chat server, and two regular servers – Brise and Jour de Neige. This is the second foreign language version of Club Penguin to be released, with the first language being Portuguese in November 2008.

The final year with updates on the 9th of February is 2012. Four updates occurred. The most minor update was Rockhopper being spotted in the Telescope. He was on his way to Club Penguin for that month’s event, Rockhopper’s Quest. There was also the 68th field op being released, which was located at the Pizza Parlour. The mini-game to complete the mission was decrypting the passcode, which was done by matching the shape given to decode the security.

Another update was the third pin of 2012 being hidden. It was the Camera Pin and could be found at the Dock. It is Club Penguin’s 195th pin overall and is the ninth pin to have been hidden at the Dock. The final update in 2012 was The Vikings That Time Forgot play being released at the Stage for the first time. It was a mashup of the stage plays “The Penguins That Time Forgot” and “Haunting of the Viking Opera”. This play was shown a total of three times at the Stage.


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