|Publisher(s)||New Horizon Interactive|
|Release date(s)||October 24, 2005|
Club Penguin is an online virtual world for all ages. A person can talk and meet others. Club Penguin originated from a chat room called Penguin Chat by Rocketsnail Games. Parties are held once a month with a different theme every time. One can play games to earn coins. Members can buy items for their penguins. Non-members can find free items during parties.
There are also several rooms in Club Penguin. A player usually goes to the town when they log on. People gather there. By walking or by using the map, players can visit other rooms.
Penguins[change | change source]
Puffles[change | change source]
Puffles are the penguin's pets. Non-members can only buy 2 (red and blue puffles), but members can adopt a total of 20 in all colors and types. If you do not give your puffle(s) enough food, play or sleep, it will return to the wild and you will never see it again. You can adopt another puffle after one runs away. You can buy them food, hats, and toys.
Games[change | change source]
There are a lot of games on Club Penguin. Club Penguin games have different controls; in some games like Bean Counters you use the mouse, but in other games like Dance Contest you use the keyboard. After you finish a game (or you exit out of a game) you win a certain amount of coins, depending on how long and how well you played the game.
Video games[change | change source]
There are some games based on Club Penguin. There is Club Penguin: Elite Penguin Force and Club Penguin: Elite Penguin Force: Herbert's Revenge for Nintendo DS and Club Penguin: Game Day for Wii.
References[change | change source]
- "Club Penguin". http://www.crunchbase.com/company/clubpenguin.
- Priebe, Lance. "Experimenting with Penguins". Rocketsnail Games. http://rocketsnail.com/blog/2011/02/21/experimenting-with-penguins/. Retrieved 23 February 2016.
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