Club Penguin Guide


Part 1

About Club Penguin

About Club Penguin
Club Penguin is a snow-covered virtual island where kids can play games and interact in a fun-filled, online playground that’s guided by an unwavering commitment to safety.
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The Technology Behind Disney’s Club Penguin

Summary: Lane Merrifield, co-founder of Club Penguin and now a Disney exec, talks infrastructure, a social networking overhaul and a new round of features for the site with 150 million registered users.

If you have kids at home you’ve probably heard about Club Penguin, a massively multi-player online role-playing game that was acquired by Disney in 2007 for $350 million.

Lane Merrifield, co-founder of Club Penguin and now a Disney exec, said the site, which launched in 2005, was “engineered without expecting big success.” Merrifield said he was hoping for about 1,000 users. In the first few months of Club Penguin’s existence, the site jumped from 5,000 to 25,000 users. By then it was clear that Merrifield’s aim to simply “break even someday” wasn’t ambitious enough.

Now Club Penguin has 150 million registered users around the world.

That infrastructure, which enables children to jump around to different servers to build igloos, decorate them and collect virtual coins, largely remains intact. Club Penguin remains a Flash-based site and even calls its various locales servers.

Underneath the hood, Club Penguin is undergoing a dramatic change. “We’re rebuilding the entire world on a different technical infrastructure,” said Merrifield. On Thursday, Club Penguin started to roll out new chat and friends tools that will be available to all users in the weeks to come.

Club Penguin’s new chat system is built on six years of player behavior and includes a database of 300,000 approved phrases in four languages. This patented chat system supports 56 million messages a day.

This infrastructure has to support:

  • 10,000 emails a day from kids.
  • 200 people worldwide that answer those emails personally in four different languages.
  • A cutting edge kid-safe messaging system complete with filters and translation capability.
  • 25 million Puffles.
  • 950,000 blog posts.
  • Subscriptions.
  • Chat logs.
  • And a new translation service so kids can talk to each other around the globe in their native tongue.

I caught up with Merrifield to talk shop in an interview that had my two daughters (penguins, right) stoked about what I do for the first time since—well ever.

Here’s the recap:

The strategy: Club Penguin is a subscription service that has been profitable since its early days. Merrifield’s aim is simple, but difficult to pull off: Provide social networking experiences for children, who engage in different ways than adults do on Facebook. On Club Penguin, play is front and center. “Kids don’t socialize the way adults do on Facebook,” said Merrifield. “They want to play. It’s like when you give your kids a gift and the cardboard box becomes the main attraction. The goal here is to give the kids the best cardboard box, best markers and scissors so they can play games and role play.” These kids bug their parents for subscriptions and they ultimately cave. Trust me, the model works well.

Customer support: Merrifield has a network of 200 workers trained to moderate chats and ensure safety for the young users. These workers are housed in seven offices around the world. Club Penguin has four languages covered—English, Spanish, Portuguese and French—with a fifth on deck. These moderators are also trained to play Club Penguin’s iconic characters—Captain Rockhopper, Aunt Arctic, Sensei and Gary the Gadget Guy. Merrifield said each of the game’s key characters have humans behind them—much like Mickey and Minnie Mouse at Disney World. The characters roam and kids flock to them. “We could do AI (artificial intelligence), but real humans give a better experience,” said Merrifield. “It can’t be AI when a kid asks ‘are you real?'”

 

Lane Merrifield. Credit: Disney

 

Business intelligence: Club Penguin has a home-grown dashboard in its customer support tools to monitor trends, emerging expressions and collect data. “Different trends pop. We use BI from a data perspective as well as anecdotally,” said Merrifield. “By watching play you get both quantitative and qualitative data. It always baffles us how kids can create.” The information, which is only used internally, spots trends in igloo design—things like Sept. 11, 2001 memorials and references to Japan’s earthquake earlier this year. This intelligence is used to create the Club Penguin Times, which has a bigger circulation than the New York Times, and improve filtering.

Safety and security: For Club Penguin to exist, safety is everything. Regulations on targeting children and the filtering necessary means that many companies have avoided targeting an audience under 13. “We modify filters 100 times a week,” said Merrifield. Why? That’s how fast pop culture can change. Club Penguin’s filtering system is based on white lists—phrases that are approved. The trick for Club Penguin is discovering new references. For instance, the word lollipop can be fine one day and then be deemed inappropriate when used in a rap song. Context is critical. “Our filtering system has a heavy dose of tech, but we’ve never found a technology that can replace human moderators,” said Merrifield. “There are just too many nuances.” Like most of its systems, Club Penguin’s filtering system is proprietary. The Disney unit has nine filed patents on the system and keeps five years of chat logs. “It’s the most advanced online communication tool for kids,” said Merrifield.

Communications enhancements: The new version of Club Penguin’s chat system will enable predictive text and typing. That should allow children under nine to communicate better. “Users 4, 5 and 6 don’t chat with each other,” said Merrifield. “Version two will get used to the player and allow them to click through a sentence and say more than before at the speed of reading not typing.” The real innovation is that once a phrase is added to the supported phrase list it can be used multiple languages because it is given a numerical value. The future will include a system that acts as a translator where a user speaking English can converse with a pal in French without every knowing the difference. “They will be on the same servers, but speaking in their native language,” said Merrifield. “Kids can grow up with no language barrier.” To accomplish this feat, Merrifield said Club Penguin separated chat from the game itself.

The server setup: Merrifield couldn’t go into much detail on his infrastructure, but Club Penguin operations on data centers around the world and deploys a cloud computing set-up. “We didn’t call it cloud when we started, but it was the only way to do it,” he said.

The use of Flash: When Merrifield started Club Penguin, the site used Flash 6. “Back then Flash 6 was a banner ad technology, but it was the only thing that could do what we needed,” he said. Adobe has propelled it forward. Club Penguin will continue to use Flash because HTML 5 is still young and needs more additions to support Club Penguin. Nevertheless, Club Penguin will be moving more toward HTML 5 while continuing to use Flash.

Expansion: Merrifield said being part of Disney typically means properties and characters go trans-media. Club Penguin so far has avoided massive commercial expansion, but there are experiments underway. Club Penguin is starting to get plugs on the Disney Channel and there are short cartoons. It’s also likely Puffles and Club Penguin characters also are starting to appear in real world environments. I won’t be shocked at all to see a Club Penguin presence at Disney World in a few years.

Social networking for kids: Today, Club Penguin requires kids to hop to various servers to explore. That process will become easier. Merrifield said the server terminology may be toned down a bit (even though I think it’s comical to hear my 4 year old talk servers). Merrifield said that a new friend list will make it easier to find characters and catch up with playmates for a little card jitsu. The audience is also getting a bit older—13, 14 and 15 year olds will serve as guides for younger siblings and wind up playing again. In the latest social enhancements, Club Penguin will allow for fully customized penguin avatars, best friend tagging, tools for finding friends and a feature to eliminate penguins from your computer screen.

On apps and being cutting edge: Club Penguin has stepped up its app push in the last six months and its Puffle Launch is an iTunes hit. Club Penguin has apps on iOS and is planning ones for Android. “We move when trends reach a certain size and penetration,” said Merrifield. “We were a little late with iOS, but we’re dealing with the kids space. HTML 5 may not work because they may not have the latest browser. Kids are not bleeding edge and often have a hand-me-down from a parent.” How does Club Penguin know when to go app happy? The kids community starts talking about Apple products a lot. “We track trends and in the last six months we heard a lot of kids asking for iPod Touches and iPads for Christmas,” said Merrifield. Whatever Club Penguin does the apps can’t be buggy because the site has a lot of trust with its customers. One reason Android apps will follow iOS versions is the testing requirements. Club Penguin has to test its apps on multiple versions of Android and devices.

 

Design simplicity: One of Merrifield’s biggest challenges is making Club Penguin simpler to play. Club Penguin tests technologies and designs at boys and girls clubs. “We put it in front of kids and just watch,” said Merrifield. Club Penguin had to make its igloo designs easier to use. Igloos are customized by kids—it’s a virtual equivalent of the cardboard box that winds up getting a lot of love.

 Part 2
Registering And Logging In

How to Register an Account:

Logging into the snow covered island isn’t too hard, but you just need to find your way through. To start off, you need to register an account. You can do this by going to the play Club Penguin page and then clicking on “Create a Penguin.” You should find this button near the bottom left corner.

After you do this, you will see a page with some blank fields. In this fields you will enter things such as your username, password, email, and color. However, to complete registration, you need to click on the two check boxes at the end. By clicking on those boxes, you are saying that you agree to the Club Penguin Rules.

After you fill all of the fields out and press submit, you will find a message telling you to check your email. This is because you need to activate your account, and when you do, you will be able to log into the island of Club Penguin. It’s as simple as that.

Once you get the activation email, click on the activate button. After this, the rest of the steps are pretty self explanatory. You will need to select the type of chat you want and you will need to agree to the rules once again.

How to Login to Club Penguin:

Logging into Club Penguin is a pretty simple process. To begin, you need to access the same URL, but this time click on the button that says “Login.” If you are having trouble with this, we have provided you with a picture of it below. Once you do this, we can continue on to the next step of logging in.

In the next screen, you will be prompted to enter your username and password. You can also select the option for if you want to stay logged in. Do not tell it to remember your password if you are on a public computer. This can cause your penguin to be hacked easily.

Once you fill everything out, click on login. After that, you will see the server selection page. Click on any one of the servers to login to the island. The more bars a specific server has, the more users are on it.

Then, after you have successfully logged into a server, you will find that you are in the Welcome Room. This room will only be accessed once, and that is when you log into Club Penguin for the first time. This is how it looks.

When you have finished the tutorial, you are free to enter the island to waddle around and meet new friends

Part 3

Making Friends

  1. Be Friendly! So walk up to them, and say something like,”Hello!” Don’t start off with a compliment. They might be thinking you just like their outfit.

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    Say some compliments! Lots of penguins love hearing compliments. If you wanna go with this, say something like,”Hi! I like your dress!”

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    Use some menu chat! Menu chat was created to make friends. So use it!

  4. 4

    Send postcards! Send some like, “I like your outfit,” or “Cool Puffle!”

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    When you get to know them, ask if they want to be your buddy. Don’t just send a request. Ask them. You can now have unlimited buddies also!

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    If they say yes, do something together! Go to the Pizza Parlor, play Find Four, go to a party, anything! This will make you very good friends.

    Part 4
    Exploring/Locations
    Town

    New Town Fulll!!

    Coffee Shop

    Coffee Shop August 30th

    Book Room

    CPTNOCPMSHT

    Dance Club

    Dance club with new design puffle

    Arcade

    New night club

    Clothes Shop

    Buy Clothes

    Plaza

    Plaza with Puffle Hotel

    Pet Shop

    Newpetshop2013

    Puffle Hotel

    Puffle Hotel Ext

    The Stage

    22 Underwater Adventure

    Pizza Parlor

    NewPizza

    Puffle Hotel Lobby

    Lobby PH

    Puffle Hotel SPA

    Puffle Hotel Spa

    Puffle Hotel Roof

    Puffle Hotel Roof

    Ski Village

    Ski Village June 2013

    Ski Hill

    SkiHill

    Ski Lodge

    Lodge

    Lodge Attic

    Attic

    Everyday Phoning Factility ( EPF )

    Everyday Phoning Facility June 2013

    Beach

    New beach

    Lighthouse

    Lighthouse

    Beacon

    Newbeacon

    Migrator

    Migrator

    Dock

    New doc

    Mine Shack

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    Mine

    Mine

    Underground Pool

    Cave

    Boiler Room

    Boiler Room 2013

    Lake

    Hidden lake

    Cave Mine

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    Dojo Courtyard

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    Dojo

    Rooms Dojo june 13 2013

    Fire Dojo

    Dojofire with senseifire

     

     

     

    NOTE : Places Will Change Depending On The Event ! Then They Will Get Back To Old Look

    Example : At Halloween They Designed The Town With Spiders ! After Halloween They Removed Them

    Part 5

    Teleporting

    Teleportation is the ability to go from one place in club penguin to another in an instant

    Teleportation Gadgets :

    Spy Phone

    SpyPhone

    Epf Spy Phone

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    Dot’s Personal Gadget

    CPEPF Spy Gadget

    Map

    Map July 11 2013

     

    Part 6

    Clothing

    Clothes, or clothing, are optional items that penguins can wear. Most clothes can only be purchased by members, but non-members can still obtain partyitems, unlock items from the Treasure Book and also buy certain clothing items. Clothes can be bought in some catalogs, including catalogs that are available during special occasions. Clothing items are stored in the inventory, where the players can use items they have previously obtained, and wear other items. Clothing are removed by clicking the item on the penguin in its player card

    Part 7

    Items

    Head Items :

    A Head Item is a category of clothing. It includes items such as hats, helmets, and wigs. Head Items are the most common items in Club Penguin. All players receive the the head item New Player Red Baseball Hat by default

    Below you will find the complete list of items

    List of Items

    Here is a list of Head Items.

     

    Face Items :

    A Face Item is a category of clothing in Club Penguin. It mostly includes glasses, masks, and face paints..

    Other items available in HTTP://WWW.CPITEMS.COM

    Part 8

    Buddy List

    A Buddy is a penguin that another penguin has added to their Buddy List because they are friends with each other. The word “buddy” is just a different way of saying “friends”, as most online games have a “friend” status rather than a buddy status. They are classed as ‘friends’. Players can ask to be someone’s buddy by clicking on the other penguin’s player card, then clicking on the smiley face on the bottom left of their Player Card. A pop-up box appears, which has two options: Yes and No. By clicking yes, one will become their buddy. Clicking no means you do not wish to be their buddy, and thus, they are not added to your buddy list. An envelope appears when they have answered your request. The limited allowance of buddies is 100, but there was a glitch that allowed players to have even more buddies, although it is now fixed by the Club Penguin Team. If a person deletes you from their buddy list, they will be removed from your buddy list as well. In October 28, 2011, the buddy list was upgraded to have 500 friends/buddies and it is now possible to add Famous Penguins.

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    When Your Buddies Are On a Server

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    Becoming a buddy of another penguin is a useful thing. Players can locate where their buddy is by clicking on their player card (via the buddy list), then clicking on the “Find” button. Buddies are represented by smiley faces while choosing which server to enter when logging in. When a server has a Smiley Face rather than the default blue neutral face, it means a buddy is online on said server. However, it is not possible to discuss with buddies between servers, only directly within a room. However, Billybob has mentioned on the CP Blog that they are working on a way to create this function.

    In October 2011, the ability to add Famous Penguins was added. On Famous Penguins playercards, you may now add them and get their background or whatever free item they may be giving out. Gary was the first famous penguin you could add in Club Penguin.

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    Trying To Add a New a New Buddy

    Part 9

    Club Penguin Music

    There are various types of music that are played in most areas of Club Penguin. Some rooms always have music, like the Pizza Parlor, while sometimes rooms have music for special occasions only. Igloos and Games have music as well. Most pieces of music lasts about 30-50 seconds, and are looped.

    Music files

    Club Penguin’s flash-based music files have a prefix of:

    http://media1.clubpenguin.com/play/v2/content/global/music/

    And end with a number and .swf.

    • The 1-99 numbers are for normal rooms.[1]
    • The 100-199 numbers are for games.
    • The 200-399 numbers are for parties.
    • The 400-499 numbers are for some igloo music.

    Note that some songs are available in a .mp3 format.

    Real Life Songs

    In 2012, Club Penguin started making real songs, for the Make Your Mark: Ultimate JamAdventure Party: Temple of FruitHalloween Party 2012Holiday Party 2012 and Puffle Party 2013 These songs last about two or three minutes and are posted as Club Penguin Shorts on their YouTube channel.

    In June 2013, the song I’ve Been Delayed was available for playing in igloos.

    Part 10

    Emoticons

    Emoticons or Emotes are faces and symbols that can show how Penguins feel. They usually appear in speech bubbles accessed by clicking on the “Emote Menu” or by pressing “E”, followed by various keys what are usually the first letter of the noun.

    The “Skull emotion” was removed, along with the heart emote [1] – however, due to popular demand, the heart emote came back a month later. According to Club Penguin: “There are plenty of other ways to show you don’t like something besides using the skull.” One of them could be the tongue emote. There is also a special sun emote which can be found by pressing E and D together. There is also a special tooting emote which can also be found by pressing E and T.

    Emoticon And Action Shortcuts

    Quick-keys

    Note: The “?” and “!” keys may be different in other language keyboards. (These shortcuts are for American and English keyboards.) E.g. The ? button in Finland and Sweden is the ‘ key. In Hungary, the ? is the ü, and the ! is the 1 key. And in Turkey ? is ö (Note:J = Joke)

     

    Emoticons :

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    Possible renovated emotes.

     

    Emote Menu
    The old Emoticons.

     

    Emmotions
    A guide to emotions.

     

    Redemote

     

    Old Penguin Chat Laugh Emoticon
    The old Laugh Emoticon from thePenguin Chat era.

     

    Old Laugh Emoticon
    The old Laugh Emoticon from theClub Penguin era. (Note: These are different.)

     

    Laugh Emoticon
    The new Laugh Emoticon after 2007.

     

    Moody Emoticon
    Another popular emoticon, theDepressed Emoticon.

     

    Surprised Emoticon
    The Surprised Emoticon.

     

    Skull Emoticon
    The removed Skull Emoticon.

     

    Happy emoticon
    The Happy Emoticon.

     

    Heart Emoticon
    The Heart Emoticon.

     

    Sad Emoticon
    The Sad Emoticon.

     

    Wink Emoticon
    The Wink Emoticon.

     

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    The Cake Emoticon.

     

    Madface1
    The Angry Emoticon.

     

    Sickface1
    The Sick Emoticon.

     

    Raspberry Face Emoticon
    The Sticking-Tongue-Out Emoticon.

     

    Straight Face Emoticon
    The Straight Face Emoticon.

     

    Day Emoticon
    The Day Emoticon.

     

    Night Emoticon
    The Night Emoticon.

     

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    The Clover Emoticon.

     

    Igloo Emoticon
    The Igloo Emoticon.

     

    Coin
    The Coin Emoticon.

     

    Tounge emote.
    A strange emote that was only ever seen inA Silly Place on the rating scoreboard. Possibly the Tongue Emoticonredesigned.

     

    Newemoticon
    Another emoticon found only in A Silly Place, the King Emoticon.

     

    Lightbulb Emoticon
    The Lightbulb Emoticon.

     

    Blue Puffle Emoticon
    The Puffle Emoticon.

     

    Coffee Cup Emoticon
    The Coffee Emoticon.

     

    Chocolate Ice Cream Emoticon
    The Chocolate Ice Cream Emoticon.

     

    Exclamation Point Emoticon
    The Exclamation Point Emoticon.

     

    Ice Cream emoticon
    The Ice Cream Emoticon.

     

    Question Mark Emoticon
    The Question Mark Emoticon.

     

    Music Note Emoticon
    The Music Note Emoticon.

     

    Flower Emote
    The Flower Emoticon.

     

    Game Emoticon
    The Game Emoticon.

     

    Pizza Emote
    The Pizza Emoticon.

     

    Popcorn Emoticon
    The Popcorn Emoticon.

     

    Hmm Emoticon
    The Meh Emoticon.

    Part 11

    Swf List – Exploring & Testing

    An .swf (“Shockwave Flash” or “Small Web Format”) file is a flash extension file used by the Club Penguin Team when designing rooms, player cards, penguins, games, etc. When you open a .swf room, no penguins appear, because it is just a local .swf file. Club Penguin is made with Adobe Flash. All penguins in .swf’s are dark black because it is the default color. It is a storage link for item, music, and more id’s.

    Flash

    Every room on Club Penguin has a swf name, which normally is slightly different from the room name. The swf name is the file name of the room, as well as the reference code for that room in Club Penguin’s files.

    Stamps Swf List : List

    Part 12

    Stamps – List Of Stamps

    On this page, you can find a list of all 351 stamps, and how to get them. There are lots of Stamps and Party Stamps always come on Parties. Stamps are almost on every game and your penguin will get double coins if you get all the stamps for each game

    Key : Membership Badge Means Members Only

    Medium

    Name Description
    Rockhopper stamp Be in the same room as Rockhopper.

    Hard

    Name Description
    Gary stamp Be in the same room as Gary.
    Cadence stamp Be in the same room as Cadence.
    Franky Stamp Be in the same room as Franky.
    G Billy stamp Be in the same room as G Billy.
    Petey K stamp Be in the same room as Petey K.
    Stompin’ Bob stamp Be in the same room as Stompin’ Bob.
    PH stamp Be in the same room as Puffle Handler.

    Extreme

    Name Description
    Aunt Arctic stamp Be in the same room as Aunt Arctic.
    Sensei stamp Be in the same room as Sensei.
    Rookie stamp Be in the same room as Rookie
    Herbert Stamp Be in the same room as Herbert

    Party

    Main article: List of Party Stamps

    Easy

    Name Description
    Puffle Party stamp Walk into your puffle party room
    Snack Shack stamp Serve snacks from a booth, using any food emote.
    Celebration stamp Blow out the candles on the Anniversary cake.
    Construction stamp Join in construction at a party with a jackhammer.
    Explorer stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Visit all decorated rooms in a party.
    Volunteer stamp Donate to a Coins For Change cause.
    Out At Sea stamp Sail away from the island in a boat.
    Food Fight stamp Throw your meal in a place where food is found.
    Go Green stamp Recycle 10 objects at the Recycling Plant.
    Trick-or-Treat stamp Visit 10 trick-or-treat igloos at the Halloween Party.

    Medium

    Name Description
    Happy Room stamp Make 10 penguins smile in a room.
    Party Puzzle stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Solve a puzzle at a party.
    Target Champion stamp Hit 50 targets in a task at a party.
    Monster Mash stamp Wear a monster outfit at the Halloween Party.
    Scavenger Hunt stamp Complete a Scavenger Hunt.
    Path Finder stamp Complete a maze at a party.
    Noble Knight stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Wear a knight costume at a Medieval party.
    Tree Mob stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Get 10 or more friends to dress up as trees.
    Music Maestro stamp Solve a musical puzzle at a party.

    Hard

    Name Description
    Top Volunteer stamp Give a 5000 coin donation for Coins for Change.
    Stunt Penguin stamp Complete an obstacle course.
    Mountaineer stamp Reach a Mountain Peak.

    Extreme

    Name Description
    Epic Volunteer stamp Give a 10,000 coin donation to Coins for Change.

    Activities

    Main article: List of Activities Stamps

    Easy

    Name Description
    Underground stamp Find the secret entrance to the Underground.
    Snapshot stamp Use a camera on top of the Ski Hill.
    Go Swimming stamp Swim in the water with a rubber duck.
    Clock Target stamp Hit the Clock Target 10 times in a row.
    Field Agent stamp Earn 1 EPF Medal.
    Puffle Dig Stamp Walk a Puffle and find treasure.

    Medium

    Name Description
    183 days! stamp Log in with a penguin 183 days or older.
    Going Places stamp Waddle around 30 rooms.
    Dance Party stamp Party in the Night Club with 10 penguins.
    Igloo Party stamp Throw an igloo party for 10 penguins.
    Coffee Server stamp Serve five coffees, using the Coffee Apron and the coffee emote.
    Pizza Waiter stamp Serve five pizzas, using the Pizza ApronChef Hat and the pizza emote.
    Special Agent stamp Earn 5 EPF Medals
    Special Forces stamp Earn 10 EPF Medals
    First Dig Stamp See another player’s puffle find their first treasure.
    Dig All Day Stamp Find puffle treasure 5 times in a day.
    Every Color Stamp Dig up treasure with 11 different color puffles.

    Hard

    Name Description
    365 days! stamp Log in with a penguin 365 days or older.
    Puffle Owner stamp Adopt and care for 16 puffles.
    Floor Filler stamp Dance in the Night Club with 25 penguins.
    Full House stamp
    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Fill your igloo with 99 furniture items.
    Play It Loud! stamp Form a full band at the Lighthouse.
    Berg Drill! stamp Get 30 penguins and use a jackhammer on the Iceberg.
    Fort Battle stamp Throw snow at the Forts with 5 penguins of the same color.
    Hockey Team stamp Form a team with 5 penguins in the same jersey.
    Elite Protector stamp Earn 25 EPF Medals.
    Big Dig Stamp Find over 50 coins in puffle dig.

    Extreme

    Name Description
    Soccer Team stamp Form a team with 5 penguin in the same jersey.
    Party Host stamp Host an igloo party for 30 penguins.
    Ninja Meeting stamp Meet 10 black belts in the Dojo.
    Island Guardian stamp Earn 50 EPF Medals
    3 Gems stamp Earn the Fire, Water, and Snow Gems

    Games

    Jet Pack Adventure

    Easy

    Name Description
    Lift Off stamp Take off and return to the launch pad.
    Fuel Rank 1 stamp Collect all fuel cans in Level 1.
    Puffle Pilot stamp Bring a green puffle into the game.

    Medium

    Name Description
    Jet Pack 5 stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete 5 levels.
    Crash! stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Crash land your jet pack at the Forest.
    Fuel Rank 2 stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Collect all fuel cans in Level 2.
    Fuel Rank 3 stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Collect all fuel cans in Level 3.
    Fuel Rank 4 stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Collect all fuel cans in Level 4.
    Fuel Rank 5 stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Collect all fuel cans in Level 5.
    1-up Leader stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Collect 2 x 1-ups.
    Puffle Bonus Stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Your green puffle collects 200 coins.

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    Hard

    Name Description
    Kerching! stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Collect 650 coins.
    Fuel Command stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Collect all fuel cans in one game.
    Fuel Wings stamp Collect a fuel can while falling.
    1-up Captain stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Collect all 1-ups in one game.
    Puffle Plus stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Your green puffle collects 450 coins.

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    Extreme

    Name Description
    Ace Pilot stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete the game without collecting any coins.
    Puffle Boost Stamp Your green puffle gets a gas can when you run out of fuel.

    Aqua Grabber

    Main article: List of Aqua Grabber Stamps

    Easy

    Name Description
    Squid Spotter stamp Spot the Squid.
    Aqua Puffle stamp Take your pink puffle for a deep-sea dive

    Medium

    Name Description
    Soda Success stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete Soda Seas levels.
    Clam Success stamp Complete Clam Waters levels.
    Soda Master stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete Soda Seas levels without losing a life.
    Clam Master stamp Complete Clam Waters levels without losing a life.
    Get Fluffy stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Catch the yellow fish and return to your net.
    Get the Worm stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Catch a worm and return to your net.
    Bubble Catch stamp Collect a pink puffle’s bubble.
    Pearl Capture stamp Collect all the white pearls in Clam Waters Levels.

    Hard

    Name Description
    Clam Treasure stamp Discover secret treasure in Clam Waters levels.
    Soda Treasure stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Discover secret treasure in Soda Seas levels.
    Clam Compress stamp Complete the Clam Waters compressed air mode.
    Soda Compress stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete the Soda Seas compressed air mode.
    Clam Pressure stamp Master the Clam Waters compressed air mode without losing a life.
    Soda Pressure stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Master the Soda Seas compressed air mode without losing a life.
    Clam Timer stamp Complete the Clam Waters time trial.
    Soda Timer stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete the Soda Seas time trial.
    Crab’s Treasure stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Capture all the crab’s treasure.

    Extreme

    Name Description
    Mullet Capture stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Capture the large red fish and return to net.

    Astro Barrier

    Easy

    Name Description
    Astro 5 Stamp Finish 5 levels.
    Astro 5 Max Stamp Finish 5 levels without missing a shot.

    Medium

    Name Description
    Astro 40 Stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Finish 1-40 levels.
    Ship Blast stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Use a Blaster to shoot a ship.
    1-up Blast stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Use a Blaster to shoot a 1-up.
    Astro Secret stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete all Secret Levels.
    Astro 10 Max Stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete levels 1-10 without missing a shot.
    Astro 20 Max Stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete levels 1-20 without missing a shot.

    Hard

    Name Description
    Astro Expert stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete the Expert Levels.
    Astro30 Max stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete levels 1-30 without missing a shot.
    Astro 1-up stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Collect 8 1-ups.

    Extreme

    Name Description
    Astro Master stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete 25 levels + Secret and Expert.

    Catchin’ Waves

    Easy

    Name Description
    First Trick stamp Master your first trick on the board.
    Puffle Surfin’ stamp Take your Red Puffle to a surf lesson.
    Easy Flip stamp Perform 1 flip.
    Easy Tube stamp Hit the 100 point combo while shooting the tube.
    Easy Grind stamp Hit the 100 point combo while grinding the wave.
    Graduate stamp Finish a surf lesson.
    Easy Spin stamp Perform a 3 spin jump.

    Medium

    Name Description
    Trick Star stamp Master 13 different tricks in a surf.
    Podium Puffle stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Finish in 1st, 2nd or 3rd place with your puffle.
    Flip Star stamp Jump and flip 3 times.
    Easy Jump stamp Jump the height of 8 penguins.
    Super Tube stamp Hit the 1000 point combo while shooting the tube.
    Super Spin stamp Perform a 7 spin jump.
    Super Grind stamp Hit the 700 point combo while grinding the wave.

    Hard

    Name Description
    Max Grind stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Hit the 1200 point combo while grinding the wave.
    First Place stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Win first place in a competition.
    Max Flips stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Jump and flip 10 times.
    High Jump stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Jump the height of 20 penguins.
    Max Tube stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Hit the 5000 point combo while shooting the tube.
    Max Spin stamp Perform a 10 spin jump.

    Extreme

    Name Description
    Shark! stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Spot the shark.
    Survivor stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete Survival Mode.

    Thin Ice

    Main article: List of Thin Ice Stamps

    Easy

    Name Description
    1 Coin Bag stamp Collect 1 coin bag.

    Medium

    Name Description
    3 Coin Bags stamp Collect 3 coin bags.
    6 Coin Bags stamp Collect 6 coin bags.
    Iced Treasure stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Find the iced treasure room.

    Hard

    Name Description
    10 Coin Bags stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Collect 10 coin bags.
    Ice Bonus stamp Completely melt 480 ice tiles.
    Ice Trekker stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Push all blocks to the correct position.

    Extreme

    Name Description
    All Coin Bags stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Collect all coin bags on every level.
    Ice Master stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Master all the mazes.

    Puffle Rescue

    Main article: List of Puffle Rescue Stamps

    Easy

    Name Description
    1 Coin Bag stamp Find 1 coin bag in the snow levels.
    Quick Catch stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Catch 1 coin bag before it falls.
    Rapid Rescue stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete 5 sea levels in 30 seconds each.
    1 Coin Bubble stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Find 1 coin bag in a bubble in the sea levels.

    Medium

    Name Description
    SOS 30 stamp Rescue 30 puffles in snow levels.
    2 Coin Bags stamp Find 2 coin bags in the snow levels.
    Snow Student stamp Complete 3 snow levels in no more than 70 moves.
    Cave Coins stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Find hidden coins on level 1 in the caves.
    Cave Coins Plus stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Find hidden coins on level 4 in the caves.
    Super Catch stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Catch 2 coin bags before they fall.
    Easy Cannon stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Destroy 8 snowball cannons in cave levels.
    Close Call stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Dodge the giant snowball.
    Express Rescue stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete 10 sea levels in 30 seconds each.
    10 Sea Levels stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Reach 10 sea levels with 5 full lives.
    2 Coin Bubbles stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Find 2 coin bags in a bubble in the sea levels.

    Hard

    Name Description
    SOS 60 stamp Rescue 60 puffles in snow levels.
    3 Coin Bags stamp Find 3 coin bags in the snow levels.
    Snow Master stamp Complete 6 snow levels in no more than 160 moves.
    Cave Coins Max stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Find hidden coins on level 7 in the caves.
    Expert Catch stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Catch 3 coin bags before they fall.
    Super Cannon stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Destroy 12 snowball cannons in cave levels.
    Extreme Rescue stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete 20 sea levels in 30 seconds each.
    20 Sea Levels stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Reach 20 sea levels with 5 full lives.
    3 Coin Bubbles stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Find 3 coin bags in a bubble in the sea levels.

    Extreme

    Name Description
    Snow Hero stamp Complete 9 snow levels in no more than 270 moves.
    Extreme Cannon stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Destroy 15 snowball cannons in cave levels.
    30 Sea Levels stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Reach 30 sea levels with 5 full lives.

    Missions

    Name Description
    Mission 1 Medal stamp Complete Case of the Missing Puffles.
    Aunt Arctic Letter stamp Complete the secret task in Mission 1.
    Mission 2 Medal stamp Complete G’s Secret Mission.
    G’s Letter stamp Complete the secret task in Mission 2.
    Mission 3 Medal stamp Complete Case of the Missing Coins.
    Thank You Card stamp Complete the secret task in Mission 3.
    Mission 4 Medal stamp Complete Avalanche Rescue.
    Handy Award stamp Complete the secret task in Mission 4.
    Mission 5 Medal stamp Complete Secret of the Fur.
    Pizza Box stamp Complete the secret task in Mission 5.
    Mission 6 Medal stamp Complete Questions for a Crab.
    Blueprint stamp Complete the secret task in Mission 6.
    Mission 7 Medal stamp Complete Clockwork Repairs.
    Pennant stamp Complete the secret task in Mission 7.
    Mission 8 Medal stamp Complete Mysterious Tremors.
    Cool Gift stamp Complete the secret task in Mission 8.
    Mission 9 Medal stamp Complete Operation: Spy and Seek.
    Chocolate Box stamp Complete the secret task in Mission 9.
    Mission 10 Medal stamp Complete Waddle Squad.
    Employee Award stamp Complete the secret task in Mission 10.
    Mission 11 Medal stamp Complete The Veggie Villain.
    Snow Globe stamp Complete the secret task in Mission 11.

    Cart Surfer

    Main article: List of Cart Surfer Stamps

    Easy

    Name Description
    Great Balance stamp Recover from a wobble.

    Medium

    Name Description
    Cart Pro Stamp Earn 150 coins in one game.
    Mine Marvel stamp Perform 10 tricks in the cart.
    Mine Mission stamp Perform 10 tricks out of the cart.
    Trick Master stamp Perform 14 different tricks.
    Puffle Power stamp Recover from a wobble with a puffle.

    Hard

    Name Description
    Cart Expert stamp Earn 250 coins in one game.
    Mine Grind stamp Grind around 8 corners.
    Surf’s Up stamp Surf around 8 corners.
    Flip Mania stamp Flip 20 times in a row without crashing.
    Ultimate Duo stamp Perform 20 tricks with your puffle.

    Extreme

    Name Description
    Cart Master stamp Earn 350 coins in one game.

    Card-Jitsu

    Main article: List of Card-Jitsu Stamps

    Easy

    Name Description
    Grasshopper stamp Begin your journey. Earn your white belt.
    Elemental Win stamp Win a match with three different elements.

    Medium

    Name Description
    Fine Student stamp Reach halfway. Earn your blue belt.
    Flawless Victory stamp Win without letting your opponent gain any cards.
    One Element stamp Win a match with three cards of the same element.

    Hard

    Name Description
    True Ninjas stamp Prove your ninja skills. Earn your black belt.
    Ninja Master stamp Defeat Sensei and become a ninja.
    Match Master stamp Win 25 matches.

    Extreme

    Name Description
    Sensei Card stamp See the Sensei Power Card.
    Full Dojo stamp Score 9 cards before you win.

    Card-Jitsu: Fire

    Easy

    Name Description
    Warm Up stamp Win 10 Fire Matches.
    Score Fire stamp Win 1 Energy Point in a match.

    Medium

    Name Description
    Fire Midway stamp Earn your coat. Finish 50% of your Fire Ninja Journey.

    Hard

    Name Description
    Strong Defence stamp Win a match without losing any energy.
    Fire Suit stamp Complete your Fire Suit.
    Fire Ninja stamp Defeat Sensei and become a Fire Ninja.

    Extreme

    Name Description
    Max Energy stamp Win 3 Energy Points in a match.
    Fire Expert stamp Win 50 matches.

    Card-Jitsu: Snow

    Easy

    Name Description
    Fire Ninja stamp (Card-Jitsu Snow) Win 3 Rounds as a Fire Ninja.
    Snow Ninja stamp Win 3 Rounds as a Snow Ninja.
    Water Ninja stamp (Card-Jitsu Snow) Win 3 Rounds as a Water Ninja.

    Medium

    Name Description
    Revive stamp Revive a ninja.
    3 Ninja Combo Stamp Play a Power Card in the same turn as all ninjas.
    Up and at ’em stamp Get revived and still win the battle.
    Huge Heal stamp Heal all ninjas with 1 Snow Power Card.
    Snow Shield stamp Shield other ninjas in a Snow Power Card Combo.
    Wave Boost stamp Boost all ninja attcks in a Water Power Card Combo.
    Power Card Pro Play 3 Power Cards in a battle.
    Snow Pro Earn the gem. Finish over half of your Snow journey.

    Hard

    Name Description
    4 Ninja Combo Play a Power Card in the same turn as all ninjas & Sensei.
    Team Revival stamp Win after all ninjas have fallen and been revived.
    Heal 15 stamp Heal a ninja 15 times in a battle.
    Tidal Wave stamp Damage 3 Snow Minions with 1 Water Power Card.
    Fire Blast stamp Blast 3 Snow Minions with 1 Fire Power Card.
    Fire Blast Combo stamp Blast 3 Snow Minions with 1 ire Power Card in a Combo.
    3 Combos stamp Play 3 Power Card Combos in a battle.

    Extreme

    Name Description
    Full Health stamp Reach a Full Health Bonus Round.
    Bonus Win stamp Defeat all Snow Minions in a Bonus Round.
    Final Battle stamp Defeat the master of Snow.

    Card-Jitsu: Water

    Easy

    Name Description
    Gong! stamp Win a match and sound the gong.
    Watery Fall stamp Take the Plunge! Fall of the Waterfall.

    Medium

    Name Description
    Water Expert stamp Win 100 Matches.
    Water Midway stamp Earn the coat. Finish 50% of your Water Ninja Journey.

    Hard

    Name Description
    Water Suit stamp Complete your Water suit.
    Water Ninja stamp Defeat Sensei and become a Water Ninja.

    Extreme

    Name Description
    Two Close stamp Drift to the edge twice and still win the match.
    Skipping Stones stamp Clear 28 stones of any element in a match.

    System Defender

    Easy

    Name Description
    Ready For Duty stamp Finish G’s Tutorial.
    Garbage Disposal stamp Destroy 100 enemies in one level.
    Bug Overload Protect the EPF mainframe from rogue bugs.

    Medium

    Name Description
    Strategic Sucess stamp Destroy 100 enemies without upgrading cannons.
    Mono Mechanic stamp Complete a game with only one type of cannon.
    Tactical Pro stamp Destroy 100 enemies without taking damage.
    Master Mechanic stamp Fill every open socket with a cannon.
    Herbert Attack stamp Protect the EPF mainframe from Herbert P. Bear.
    Klutzy Attack stamp Protect the EPF mainframe from Klutzy.

    Hard

    Name Description
    Strategic Master stamp Destroy 250 enemies without upgrading.
    Tactical Ace stamp Destroy 250 enemies without taking damage.
    Test Bot Trio stamp Protect the EPF mainframe from the Test Bots.
    Protobot Attack stamp Protect the EPF mainframe from the Ultimate Protobot.

    Extreme

    Name Description
    Track Herbert stamp Complete the Level “Track Herbert!”
    Strategic 318 stamp Unreleased

    Ice Fishing

    Main article: List of Ice Fishing Stamps

    Easy

    Name Description
    Snack Attack stamp Feed a fish to a shark.

    Medium

    Name Description
    Shock King stamp Get 3 shocks from jellyfish and finish the game.
    Fishtastic stamp Catch 15 fish without any mistakes.

    Hard

    Name Description
    Worm Win stamp Finish the game without losing a worm.
    Crab Cuts stamp Have three crabs cut your line and finish the game.
    Afishionado stamp Catch 45 fish without any mistakes.
    Gray Goodies stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Catch 15 gray fish.
    Prize Mullet stamp Capture Mullet.
    Fly Fisher stamp Catch 63 fish in under 5 minutes.

    Extreme

    Name Description
    Ace Angler stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Hook 15 gray fish and mullet with no worm lost.

    Pizzatron 3000

    Main article: List of Pizzatron 3000 Stamps

    Easy

    Name Description
    Food Fiasco stamp Make a mess of the kitchen with 3 wrong pizzas.
    Just Dessert stamp Play pizzatron in candy mode.

    Medium

    Name Description
    Chef Hat stamp Make 20 pizzas without any mistakes.
    Spice Sea stamp Make 3 hot sauce and shrimp pizzas to order.
    Cocoa Beans stamp Make 3 jellybean and chocolate pizzas to order.

    Hard

    Name Description
    Fiery Squids stamp Make 3 hot sauce and squid pizzas to order.
    Candy Land Stamp Make 3 pink sauce and marshmallow pizzas to order.
    Pizza Chef stamp Make 30 pizzas without any mistakes.

    Extreme

    Name Description
    Pizza Master stamp Make 40 pizzas without any mistakes.
    Dessert Chef stamp Make 40 candy pizzas without any mistakes.

    Treasure Hunt

    Main article: List of Treasure Hunt Stamps

    Medium

    Name Description
    Gem Skills stamp Uncover 2 gems in a single game.
    Collector stamp Collect 8 coins in a single game.

    Hard

    Name Description
    In The Rough stamp Find a rare treasure.
    Gem Expert stamp Uncover a gem in only 3 moves.

    Extreme

    Name Description
    Gem Pro stamp Uncover 2 gems in only 6 moves.

    Pufflescape

    Main article: List of Pufflescape Stamps

    Easy

    Name Description
    Bonus Snack stamp Eat a bonus Puffle O.
    On a Roll stamp Complete level 4.
    Puzzle Pro stamp Complete level 8.

    Medium

    Name Description
    Puffle O Feast stamp Eat all regular Puffle O’s in one set of levels.
    Bite in Time stamp Eat a disappearing Puffle O.
    Extreme Puzzler stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete level 12.
    Master Roller stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete level 17.

    Hard

    Name Description
    Quick Snack stamp Eat all the disappearing O’s in one level.
    Epic Roller stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete level 22.
    Ice Master stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete the final level.

    Extreme

    Name Description
    Fast Food stamp Eat all disappearing O’s in one set of levels.

    Puffle Launch

    Easy

    Name Description
    Begin Build stamp Collect your first piece.

    Medium

    Name Description
    Launch Ready stamp Build a Cannon.
    Crab Attack stamp Defeat a crab boss once.
    Quick Launch stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete all 36 levels in under 35 minutes.
    Turbo Time stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete a level in turbo mode.

    Hard

    Name Description
    Epic Cannon stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Build the Epic Cannon.
    Crab Crash stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Defeat 3 crab bosses in a single play session.
    Crab Battle stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Defeat 6 crab bosses in a single play session.
    Supersonic Launch stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete all 36 levels in under 25 minutes.
    Turbo Battle stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Defeat the crab in turbo mode.

    Extreme

    Name Description
    Light Speed Launch stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete all 36 levels in under 18 minutes.
    Turbo Master stamp

    Membership Badge Toolbar
    Complete all 36 levels in turbo mode.

    Smoothie Smash

    Easy

    Name Description
    Fruit Squeeze Stamp Complete 5 smoothies in one game.
    Berry Smart stamp Serve Aunt Arctic.
    Beary Berry stamp Serve Herbert.
    Shipshake stamp Serve Rockhopper.

    Medium

    Name Description
    Tasty Treat stamp Complete 10 recipes in one game.
    Fruit Splatter Stamp Smash 10 correct fruit in a row.
    Fruit Power Stamp Last 2 minutes in survival mode.
    Deflector Stamp Take no damage for 2 minutes in survival mode.

    Hard

    Name Description
    Energizer Stamp Complete 20 correct recipes in one game.
    Fruit Stomper stamp Smash 20 correct fruit in a row.
    Smoothie Warrior Stamp Last 4 minutes in survival mode.
    Smoothie Survivor Stamp Take no damage for 3 minutes in survival mode.

    Extreme

    Name Description
    Smoothie Zing stamp Complete 30 recipes in one game
    Fruit Smasher Stamp Smash 50 correct fruit in a row.
    Smoothie Master stamp Last 8 minutes in survival mode.
    Smoothie Hero stamp Take no damage for 4 minutes in survival mode.

    Video Games

    Game Day

    Main article: List of Game Day Stamps

    Easy

    Name Description
    Red Win stamp Conquer the island as Team Red.
    Blue Win stamp Conquer the island as Team Blue.
    Green Win stamp Conquer the island as Team Green.
    Yellow Win stamp Conquer the island as Team Yellow.
    Remote Upload stamp Upload another penguin to your Wii remote.
    White Puffle stamp Feed a white puffle in Feed-A-Puffle.

    Medium

    Name Description
    Conquer the Island stamp Conquer the island as each team.
    Puffle Paddle stamp Play 4-player mode without dropping any puffles.
    Bean Balance stamp Balance 30 bags in a 4-player game.

    Hard

    Name Description
    Collector stamp Collect all the items.
    2 Vs. 2 stamp Come 1st in all 2 vs. 2 matches.

    Extreme

     

    Name Description
    Sumo Smash stamp Win a 4-player game without being knocked out.
    2 Vs. 2 Max stamp Win all 2 vs. 2 matches against the Wii at hard level.
    Goalie stamp Win a game without letting a puck in your net.

    Part 13

    Membership

     

    Penguins who have Membership can dress up in various clothing that are for members and non-members, decorate their igloo, adopt up to 20 puffles, have more choices, be able to enter rooms or servers that are full to non-members, and go to exclusive parties. Members can get clothes not only from the Gift Shop, but if they are EPF agents, then they can buy clothes from the Elite Gear. Also, if they are Ninja, they can get ninja furniture, buy a Hand Gong, and get a Ninja Costume from the Martial Artworks catalog. Simply, a membership results in many additional features. The main countries for membership are the US, Canada, India, the UK, and Australia. When a player becomes a member, a “Member Badge” will appear in the upper left corner of their Player Card. Member Badges can vary according to how long you have been a member on Club Penguin.

     

    Member Badge Stripe Code :

     

    1 – 6 Months: The regular member badge. 7 – 12 Months: The regular member badge with a blue stripe under it. 13 – 18 Months: Same as previous badge, but with a orange stripe above the blue. 19 – 24 Months: Another stripe is added, between the blue and orange one, a white stripe. 24 + Months: same as 19 – 24 months but with a star in the middle of the stripes. People in other countries can still buy membership. The USD currency will be converted into their country’s currency once bought

     

    Membership Prices :

     

    There are three options to choose from – the monthly installment, the 6-month installment or the annual installment. The annual option is cheaper over a long term period; however, many users prefer to use Monthly, as they can cancel it after any period. On July 13, 2011, Club Penguin increased all membership prices. Memberships can be purchased online (as can gift certificates), or residents of the United States and the United Kingdom may purchase a membership card.

     

    Currency

     

    • USD = US dollar $
    • SGD = Singapore dollar $
    • INR = Indian Rupee INR ₹
    • BRL = Brazilian Real R$
    • AUD = Australian Dollar $
    • NZD = New Zealand Dollar $
    • USD = United States Dollar $
    • CAD = Canadian Dollar $
    • EUR = Euro €
    • MXN = Mexican Peso Mex$
    • ARS = Argentine Peso $
    • MYR = Malaysian Ringgit RM
    • GBP = Great British Pound £
    • PHP = Philippine Pesos ₱
    • CHI = Chilean Pesos $
    • COP = Colombian Pesos $
    • PZL = Polish Zloty
    • TL = Turkish Lira
    • HK = Hong Kong Dollar $
    • NOK = Norwegian coins (Kroner)
    • SEK = Swedish coins (Kronor)
    • ILS = Israeli Shekel ₪
    • IDR = Uang Indonesia RP
    • NS = Peruvian Nuevos Soles

     

    Membership Prices

     

    Monthly

     

    • £4.95 GBP
    • $1.00 SGD
    • ₱195 PHP
    • R$8.95 BRL
    • $100.95 AUD/NZD
    • $7.95 USD/CAD
    • €4.95 EUR
    • Mex$51.90 MXN
    • $19.90 ARS
    • RM13.95 MYR
    • Rs 199/-
    • $2.500 CHI
    • $9.500 COP
    • ~25.00zł PZL
    • $8.90 TL
    • $63.6 HK
    • 54.00 SEK
    • 49.00 NOK (Prior 48.50, but raised to 49.00NOK when the 0,50NOK was removed).
    • S/14.00 NS

     

    3 Months (Limited Edition)

     

    • £9.95 GBP
    • R$22.95 BRL
    • $17.95 AUD/NZD
    • $19.95 USD/CAD
    • €0EUR
    • Mex$128.00 MXN
    • $119.6 HK
    • ₪21.95 ILS

     

    6 Months

     

    • £19.95 GBP
    • $35.95 SGD
    • R$44.95 BRL
    • $34.95 AUD/NZD
    • $39.95 USD/CAD
    • €24.95 EUR
    • Mex$255.00 MXN
    • $89.00 ARS
    • RM69.95 MYR
    • Rs 990/-
    • 12.300 CHI
    • $47.500 COP
    • $44.90 TL
    • $319.6 HK
    • 269.00 SEK
    • ₪108.00 ILS
    • S/70.00 NS

     

    12 Months

     

    • £37.95 GBP
    • $59.95 SGD
    • R$84.95 BRL
    • $64.95 AUD/NZD
    • $59.95 USD/CAD
    • €47.95 EUR
    • Mex$489.00 MXN
    • $169.00 ARS
    • RM134.95 MYR
    • Rs 1900/-
    • 22.750 CHI
    • $91.500 COP
    • $86.90 TL
    • $479.6 HK
    • 395.00 SEK
    • ₪199.00 ILS
    • S/135.00 NS

     

     

     

     

     

    Membership Icon :

     

    Member badge edited-1
    The first level. It is quite common.

     

    6-12 EN
    7 to 12 Month Badge. Manypenguins have this badge.

     

    12-18 EN
    13 to 18 Month Badge. It is not seen as much as the previous badges.

     

    18-24 EN
    19 to 24 Month Badge. It is quite uncommon to see this.

     

    24-plus EN
    25+ months Badge. It is rare to see. Many old penguinsand all moderators andcharacters have this badge.

     

    Part 14

    Games – List Of Games

    Sled Racing

    Location : Ski Hill

    Sled Racing Logo

    Find Four

    Location : Ski Lodge

    Find Four

    Ice Fishing

    Location : Ski Lodge

    Ice Fishing logo

    Jet Pack Adventure

    Location : Beacon

    Jet Pack Adventure logo

    Hydro Hopper

    Location : Dock

    Hydro Hopper Logo

    Bean Counters

    Location : Coffee Shop

    Bean-logo

    Smoothie Smash

    Location : Coffee Shop

    Smoothiesmash

    Mancala

    Location : Book Room

    Mancala Board June 2012

    DJ3K

    Location : Night Club

    DJ3K Logo

    Dance Contest

    Location : Night Club

    Dance Challenge

    Astro Barrier

    Location : Arcade

    Astrobarrier

    Thin Ice

    Location : Arcade

    Thin Ice Logo

    Bits And Bolts

    Location : Arcade

    Bits & Bolts Logo

    Pizzatron 3000

    Location : Pizza Parlor

    Pizzatron 3000 logo

    Puffle Roundup

    Location : Pet Shop

    Puffle Roundup Logo

    Puffle Launch

    Location : Pet Shop

    Puffle Launch

    PuffleScape

    Location : Pet Shop

    Pufflescape Logo

    Catchin’ Waves

    Location : Cove

    Catchin' waves

    Cart Surfer

    Location : Mine

    Curt Surfer logo

    Puffle Rescue

    Location : Mine

    Puffle Rescue better

    System Defender

    Location : EPF COMMAND ROOM

    System Defender Logo

    Spy Drills

    Location : EPF COMMAND ROOM

    Aqua Grabber

    Location : Iceberg

    Aqua Grabber Logo

    Card-Jitsu

    Location : Dojo

    Card Jitsu Logo

    Card Jitsu Fire

    Location : Fire Dojo

    CardJitsuFire Logo

    Card Jitsu Water

    Location : Water Dojo

    CardJitsuWater Logo

    Card Jitsu Snow

    Location : Snow Dojo

    CardJitsuSnow

    Treasure Hunt

    Location : Captain’s Quarters

    Treasure Hunt box hover

     

    Part 15

    Moderators

     

    Moderators (aka CSR which is the abbreviation of “Client Support Representative”) are the people who work for Club Penguin and help keep it safe by banning players who have broken the rules. There are over 200 moderators worldwide. Five of the most known moderators are Billybob, Rsnail, Happy77, Gizmo, and Screenhog. Club Penguin moderators used to have a moderator badge on the upper-right corner of their Player Card, but this was taken off so moderators can be undercover. To become a Moderator, one must live near any Club Penguin office or headquarters, and be over 18 years of age. The badge is identical to the letter “M” at the upper-right corner of the screen. Getting banned by a moderator is when you get a warning that you are breaking the Club Penguin rules and the moderators kicks you out of the server.

     

    There are over 200 moderators supervising Club Penguin. There are 68 known moderators; 6 have retired. To become a moderator, you must be over 18 years old and live in or near any Club Penguin staff offices worldwide. The moderators aren’t allowed to give out their penguin’s names and many of them have more than one penguin. Most of the moderators sit in the room without interacting with any players and just watch for players who are breaking the Club Penguin Rules.

     

    Moderators
    Current Moderators
    Penguin Name Real Name Twitter YouTube Position Employed Player Card
    Spike Hike Chris Heatherly @SpikeHikeCP None General Manager of Club Penguin 2007 – ?
    Smulley Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Robo Bird Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Ninja Unknown @Ninjachat3 None Moderator Unknown
    Polo Field Chris Gliddon @PoloField @FakePoloField Community Manager
    Social Media
    2006 – ?
    Tour Guide Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Chattabox Unknown None None Blogger
    Moderator
    2007 – ?
    Cool Times Unknown None None Judge of artwork for Book Room
    Moderator
    Unknown
    Iwantpizza Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Loustik005 Unknown @Loustik005 None Moderator
    French Blogger
    Unknown
    Daffodaily5 Unknown @Daffodaily5 None Moderator
    Blogger
    August 2012 – ?
    Bala De Goma Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    1brazuca1 Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Tundrafluff Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Flocon Min Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Gigglebunnie Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Federflink1 Unknown None None Moderator
    German Blogger
    Unknown
    Hockeyb01 Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Gajotz Unknown @Gajotz None Moderator
    Brazillian Blogger
    Unknown
    Tato Maxx Unknown @TatoMaxx None Moderator
    Spanish Blogger
    August 2012 – ?
    Pinkyunicorn Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Your Penguin Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Grasstain Charity Gerbrandt None None Moderator
    Production Manager
    Creative Lead
    Lead Producer
    2006 – ?
    Super Sheep Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    1penguinbr Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Badab0um Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Chuchu Br Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Po1aire Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Frileuse Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Amarelinho55 Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Patague Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Pedemre Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Pingolo Fr Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Banquisee Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Owly Owl Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Pataplouff Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Rondinet Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Berinjelapin Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Perlerare Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Mc Gus Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Navtron Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Heathtester Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Ice Pinapple Unknown @Ice_Pinapple None Moderator Unknown
    Karlapop321 Unknown None None Moderator
    Spanish Blogger
    Unknown
    Wanderspud Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Great Agent Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Sophistikat Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Puffleruffle Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Alli Gatr Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Roarindino Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Yamfry Angela Doak‎ None None Moderator
    Head of Guest Experience
    2008
    Styoma Storm Gerard Poitras‎ None None Moderator
    Head of Online Safety
    2012
    Cooki Rocket Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    L8tr Skater Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Flower Miss Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Blingg Bird Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Bella Bugz Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Funni Dude Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Scaredy Kat Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    The 4 Star Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Dolly Button Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Turbo Sharks Unknown None None Moderator Unknown
    Retired Moderators
    Penguin Name Real Name Twitter YouTube Ex-Position Employed Player Card
    Rsnail Lance Priebe @LancePriebe None Co-founder
    Creator
    Moderator
    2000 – October 2010
    Screenhog Chris Hendricks @_Screenhog None Artist
    Moderator
    Penguin Chat 3 – October 29, 2010
    Gizmo Nathan Sawatzky @NateSawatzky None Moderator December 29, 2005 – May 13, 2011
    Billybob Lane Merrifield @LaneMerrifield None Co-founder
    Moderator
    Penguin Chat 3 – February 1, 2013
    Happy77 Holly Hildebrandt @happy77s @Happy77s Blogger
    Writer
    Moderator
    Penguin Chat 3 – October 22, 2012
    Businesmoose Johnny Jansen @ClubMoose None Moderator
    Social Media
    2007 – April 2013

     

     

     

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2 comments

  1. I don’t understand how Rsnail can be retired… I friended him a few days ago, and that was in 2014. How can he still be waddling around if he’s retired? And, yes, he has the same outfit when I view him on my friends list.

    1. How did you friend him?did you use the glitch method?and BTW with that i mean he retired from the company,god knows if he still logs in or not,i didnt say he “QUIT CLUB PENGUIN”!!!

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