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March 22, 2009

Stage Histry and April Party Update!

Hello Penguins!

Firstly, Screenhog posted some history on the Stage in CP!  Scroll down to see what it says!

 

Hi everyone! It’s Screenhog again, with a little bit of Club Penguin history.

The Penguin Play Awards are almost here, and excitement is in the air! All eyes will be focused on the Stage, where the Awards will be presented. In fact, it’s almost hard to remember a time when there wasn’t a Stage in Club Penguin at all.

The Stage came to Club Penguin in November of 2007. Before that, the area between the Pizza Shop and the Pet Shop looked like this:

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It was a pretty empty area. Sometimes, penguins would sit around the tables and hang out with friends, and sometimes we’d decorate it for parties, but we’d always wanted to put a building there. What should it be? Should we put another shop there? Should we build a bowling alley? Should we have hundreds of penguins with jetpacks lift the Dojo from the top of its mountain and drop it there?

Then, we noticed how there were a lot of penguins that were pretending to do all sorts of things on Club Penguin that we didn’t have yet… going to school, being superheroes, even going into space! What if we built a place that would change every month so that penguins could do all of those things? And that’s why the stage was built.

As a bonus, building a very artistic stage made a very artistic puffle come out of hiding for the first time. I’m sure you know which one I mean:

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Hope you liked learning about this piece of Club Penguin history. Enjoy the Awards tomorrow!

-Club Penguin Team

That’s pretty cool here!  And now, Billybob posted down a sneek peak at the April Party!  Here’s what he said:
Hello Penguins!

Talk about an island packed with excitement! Not only are the Penguin Play Awards in full swing, but you might want to waddle around to check out the incredible art that penguins submitted and that snow artists have made into sculptures.

Even with all that’s happening, I still wanted to give you a sneak peek of more fun that’s coming to Club Penguin on April 1! Here’s a first look at a very silly party that’s coming up:

aprilfools[1].jpgAs always, let us know what you think.

Until then…Waddle on!

-Club Penguin Team

I’m guessing it’s the April Fools Day Party like last year!  Last year it was the Propeller Cap and the Jester Hat.  I think that this year’s will be like a Green Propeller hat!  I also want them to make Test Servers so we could turn into puffles lol!  All for now!  Bye!

February 11, 2009

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January 22, 2009

Behind the Scenes Dance Contest Game!

Hey Screenhog went behind the scenes of the Dance Contest!  Find out here to see what he said!  (Or look below to see it on this site)

 

Hi Everyone! Screenhog here. 

The Night Club is one of the oldest rooms in Club Penguin, dating back to the very beginning. Since the start of Club Penguin, making our penguins dance has been a popular activity. Lots of you asked for it, so it seemed only natural that we introduce a dance game that included a multiplayer mode.

I wanted to show you a sketch from way back when we were first designing the Dance Contest game:BreakdanceImage[1].jpg

If you get to this part in the game, you can see what it looks like now – With, of course, some color and animation…! Let us know what you think.
Until then…Waddle on!
-Club Penguin Team
Awesome right?  Comment by clicking the post name and tell me what ya think of it!

January 8, 2009

Screenhog Blogs some Secrets!

Screenhog told us some secrets in Club Penguin from a Blog!
Here’s what he said:

Hi everyone! Screenhog here.
 
We like to hide little hidden references in Club Penguin all the time. Sometimes they are really obvious, like those two puffles at the top of the stage that are like those famous actors masks.

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But sometimes, there are hidden things. If your a ninja, you’ve been able to see this lantern in the catalog:

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The price of the lantern is 575. Do any of you know about the Japanese poems called haiku? The Sensei almost always speaks in haikus. The rule with a haiku is that it’s a three-line poem; the first line has five syllables, the second line has seven syllables, and the third line has five syllables. In other words: 5-7-5.
 
Isn’t that cool? Or do we just have too much time on our hands sometimes?

Waddle on!

-Club Penguin Team

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