On This Day In Club Penguin History – June 11

On the 11th of June Club Penguin has updated in 2010 and 2015. In 2010 the Ruby and the Ruby play returned to the Stage, the postcard catalogue was updated, the 2010 Adventure Party preparations began, there was a new login screen, and last but not least the VR room was now available to EPF agents. In 2015 the first four EPF training missions were released and a new pin was hidden on the island.

The June 2010 showing of Ruby and the Ruby was Club Penguin’s third one. If you followed the clues in the script you would find the Ruby Pin in the safe, which was located behind the painting hung on the wall. To go along with this play the Club Penguin Team updated the postcard catalogue, adding the Ruby and the Ruby postcard as well as two others. The other two postcards were “Follow Me!” and “Night Club Color Party”.

Moving on to the Adventure Party related updates, crates containing decorations were placed at the Town, Plaza, Cove, and Beach. At the Beach you could find one of Gary’s inventions, the Flare Flinger 3000. When you clicked it, it would launch some flares in the sky in hopes of getting Rockhopper’s attention over at Rockhopper Island so he would sail to the Club Penguin island. A new login screen advertising the Island Adventure Party was released, too. It read “Adventure are everywhere. Choose yours! Starting June 18th.”


The final update on this day in 2010 was EPF agents now being able to access the VR Room, a room that is no longer available in Club Penguin. The VR room, which stands for Virtual Reality room, allowed you to see how the PSA (Penguin Secret Agency) HQ looked in the past before the EPF took over.

The first of two updates on this day in 2015 was the first four EPF training missions being released at the EPF HQ. These training missions are actually the PSA Missions but rebranded. The first four misssions are Case of the Missing Puffles, G’s Secret Mission, Case of the Missing Coins, and Avalanche Rescue.

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Gary began waddling around Club Penguin the next day to go along with the training missions.

The final update on this day in 2015 was a new pin being hidden, the Beach Day Pin. It could be found at the Puffle Berry Mall. This pin is Club Penguin’s 223rd pin overall and is the first pin to be hidden in that room.


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