On the 28th of May Club Penguin has updated in 2009, 2010, and 2015. In 2009 Club Penguin released a few minor updates to the Card-Jitsu game, in 2010 there was new igloo music, the Everyday Phoning Facility opened and agents could now take a test to be recruited, and the Soccer Pitch returned. Along with that came an update to the Snow & Sports Catalogue. In 2015 a new pin was hidden on the island and a new item was available at the Fair.
For the Card-Jitsu updates on this day in 2009, the Club Penguin Team added a belt progress meter that could be opened up by clicking the deck of cards icon in the lower right corner of your screen in the Dojo Courtyard, Dojo, or Ninja Hideout. It would show you how close you were to receiving your next ninja belt and also allow you to view all the cards you have.
Jumping ahead one year, the biggest updates on this day in 2010 were related to the EPF. Earlier in the month Herbert had destroyed the Sports Shop, so the Everyday Phoning Facility took its place today in 2010. Penguins could now take the test and, if they passed, become an EPF agent. Becoming an agent means you can obtain the EPF Spy Phone and also access the EPF Command Room, which was still under construction when the Everyday Phoning Facility made its debut. A login screen saying elite agents were wanted was added to the game, too.
Another update on this day in 2010 was the Snow & Sports Catalogue being updated, which went hand-in-hand with the Soccer Pitch replacing the Ice Rink for half the year. The catalogue was updated to add some soccer (football for some) items.
The final update on this day in 2010 was the igloo music selection being updated. The new tracks were Knight’s Challenge, The Quest, and Jungle Jangles.
As for 2015, the first of two updates was a new pin being hidden on the island. The pin was the Medieval Monster Pin. This pin is Club Penguin’s 322nd pin overall and is the sixteenth pin to have been hidden in the Coffee Shop.
The only other update on this day in 2015 was a new item being available at the Fair. It was the Bell, a returning item. It cost 50 tickets and was available to all players.
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