When joining the fun in the wonderful world of Club Penguin, it’s always important that you follow the rules to help keep the island a fun and safe environment for others to waddle around in. In Club Penguin, there are four important rules for you to abide by.
If your penguin is banned forever, that penguin is never allowed to log into Club Penguin again unless unbanned by a Club Penguin worker. If your penguin is banned forever, you will not be able to access your clothing items, puffles, igloo items, membership accessories, etc. Memberships, clothing items, etc. can not be transferred to another penguin.
If you see a penguin breaking the Club Penguin rules in-game, you always have the option to report the player’s actions to a Moderator. To report a penguin, click the penguin. When their player card opens up, you can click the Moderator badge button then select the reason you are reporting the player for then submit it. A moderator will then review it.
A Moderator is a Club Penguin worker that helps keep Club Penguin a fun and safe environment by enforcing the Club Penguin rules, approving appropriate penguin names, answering emails, reviewing chat longs and incident reports to make sure penguins are not breaking the rules and monitoring the frosty island live.
Whenever you create a penguin, your penguin’s name must be looked over by a Club Penguin worker and then accepted. If your penguin name is not accepted, your penguin’s name in Club Penguin will be ‘P’ followed by a series of numbers. When you have created your penguin, you will be asked to activate it by clicking the activation link in the email sent to the email address you have created your penguin with. When you activate your penguin, you will be asked whether you want your penguin to be in Ultimate Safe Chat or Standard Safe Chat. With Ultimate Safe Chat, you are limited to only a few lines in Club Penguin in which are controlled by Club Penguin’s Ultimate Safe Chat presets. With Standard Safe Chat, you are enabled to chat use the chat bar at the bottom of the screen when in-game to type what you please and broadcast it onto Club Penguin. You will also be asked whether you’d like to activate a membership onto your penguin or not. Memberships can be purchased in stores or at ClubPenguin.com/Membership. When you have set in all your penguin’s settings, you will be taken to the Welcome room where you will see an orange penguin pop onto your screen and give you some information about a few buttons.
The first button shows a chat symbol. If you click it, you will be able to view the preset words and sentences made by Club Penguin for all users including the penguins who are not set to Safe Chat Only. The second button from the left allows you to use emotes in Club Penguin. The third button from the left allows you to control how your penguin sits in Club Penguin. You can also use your arrow keys to control how your penguin sits in-game. The fourth button from the left allows you to throw a snowball.
The first button on the right allows you to send whatever is typed up in the chat bar so it shows in-game. The second button on the right opens up your penguin’s player card. The button will change to a star if your penguin is not a member. The third button on the right-hand side of the chat bar allows you to open up your buddy list. The fourth button on the right-hand side of the chat bar allows you to visit your igloo. Lastly, the fifth button on the right-hand side of the chat bar allows you to open up the settings. There you can see how many days old your penguin is, how many buddies you have on your buddy list, what server you are on and to mute the music playing in the background.
There are also special buttons on everyone’s player cards. However, if you click on your own penguin, these buttons will not be available. You can only see the amount as.of coins that your penguin has.
The map is a great way to get around the island. You can use to to access the main rooms in Club Penguin, visit some popular shops, check out penguins’ igloos and even find a few hidden areas. In the upper left-hand corner of the map are four buttons you can click. There’s the Games button, the Places button, the Shops button and the Pets button.
Games – When you click the Game button, all the games on the island will appear onto the map enabling you to click one of them and be taken to the room the game is in. The games that’ll appear are: Jet Pack Adventure, Sled Racing, Ice Fishing, Hydro Hopper, Bean Counters, Smoothie Smash, DJ3K, Arcade, Dance Contest, Puffle Launch, Pufflescape, Puffle Roundup, Puffle Rescue, Pizzatron 3000, Cart Surfer, Catchin’ Waves, Aqua Grabber and Card-Jitsu Fire, Water, and Snow.
Places – When you click the Places button, all of the main rooms on the island will be highlighted on the map. The main rooms that’ll be highlighted are: The Beach, the Ski Hill, the Ski Village, the Dock, the Town, the Snow Forts, the Stadium, the Plaza, the Forest, the Cove, the Mine, the Dojo and penguins’ igloos.
Shops – When you click the Shops button, all of the shops on the island will appear onto the map enabling you to click one of them and be taken to the shop. The shops that’ll appear are: the Music Catalog, the Sled Racing Game Upgrade, the Hydro Hopper Game Upgrade, the DJ3K Game Upgrade, the Ice Fishing Game Upgrade, the Penguin Style catalog, the Snow and Sports catalog, the Pet Furniture catalog, the Costume Trunk, the Catchin’ Waves Game Upgrade and the Martial Artworks catalog.
Pets – When you click the Pets button, all of the puffle-related games and shops will appear onto the map enabling you to click one of them and be taken to the room the game or shop is in. The games and shops that’ll appear are: the Arcade, Puffle Care, Puffle Launch, Puffle Roundup, Pufflescape, Puffle Adoption, the Pet Furniture catalog, Puffle Rescue, and the Rainbow Quest.
1. The Beach, Lighthouse and Beacon
2. The Ski Hill
3. The Ski Village, Everyday Phoning Facility, Command Room, Ski Lodge and the Attic
4. The Dock
5. The Town, Coffee Shop, Dance Club, Dance Lounge, Boiler Room and Clothes Shop
6. The Snow Forts
7. The Stadium
8. The Plaza, Pet Shop, Stage and Pizza Parlor, Puffle Hotel, Puffle HotelSpa/Gym, Puffle Hotel Rooftop, and Underground Pool
9. The Forest and the Hidden Lake
10. The Cove
11. The Mine Shack, the Mine, the Underground Pool, Club Penguin University, the Underwater Room, Boiler Room, Hidden Lake and Mining Cave
12. The Ice Berg
13. The Dojo, Fire Dojo, Water Dojo, and Snow Dojo
14. Other Penguins’ Igloos and Your Igloo
In Club Penguin, there’s more than just Moderators that help keep the island safe, especially when it comes to protecting the island from evil polar bears. Club Penguin has secret agents, AKA the Elite Penguin Force. The Elite Penguin Force is made up of tons of agents capable of receiving and completing secret missions from the Tech Lead, Gary the Gadget Guy, and the anonymous boss, Director.
As an Elite Penguin Force agent, all agents receive a Spy Phone when they are accepted into the agency. This Spy Phone allows all agents to complete missions, buy clothing items and more! If you’re an agent, you may notice the Spy Phone above your map in the lower left-hand corner of the screen when in-game. If you click the Spy Phone, it’ll open up and show six different buttons in which they all have different capabilities.
In the top row, there are the Elite Gear and Missions buttons.
1) Elite Gear – The button that is at the very top left-hand corner of your Spy Phone is the Elite Gear button. When you click it, your Spy Phone will allow you to use the medals you earn from Field-Ops to purchase Elite clothing items.
2) Field-Ops – The button that is at the very top right-hand corner of your Spy Phone is the Field-Ops button. When you are assigned a Field-Op, you will often be taken to that tab to get your directions on how to start the weekly Field-Op. If there is no Field-Op assigned, or if you have already completed the weekly Field-Op, the tab will say so.
In the middle row, there are the Teleport and Messages buttons.
3) Teleport – The button that is on the left-hand side in the middle row is the Teleport button. When you click it, you will be able to choose which room on the island you would like to visit, and the Spy Phone will take you to the room you have chosen on the list.
4) Messages – The button that is on the right-hand side in the middle row of your Spy Phone is the Messages button. When you click it, you will be able to view all of the messages sent to your Spy Phone from Gary the Gadget Guy, Rookie, Jet Pack Guy, Director, Dot and maybe even some villains!
On the bottom row, there are the Gadgets and Elite Puffle buttons.
5) Gadgets – The button that is on the bottom left-hand corner of your Spy Phone is the Gadgets button. This gadget allows you to use a special gadget to assist you during your missions on the island when assigned them.
6) Elite Puffle – The button that is at the bottom left-hand corner of your Spy Phone is the Elite Puffle button. When you click it, you will be able to call the Elite Puffle, Flare, to assist on the island. When dancing and sitting, Flare can use special dance moves with his powers.
At the very bottom of the Spy Phone is the EPF Command Room button.
7) EPF Command Room – The button that is at the very bottom of the Spy Phone is the EPF Command Room button. When you click it, your Spy Phone will automatically teleport you to the Command Room (the Elite Penguin Force base.) –>
An igloo is a penguin’s home, in which we can decorate in the snow-filled world we all call Club Penguin. All penguins, even the penguins without a membership receives a starter igloo, otherwise known as the basic igloo. Each basic igloo comes with certain free furniture items for penguins with or without membership to use in their igloos, but they are limited. Members, however, can purchase igloos and furniture out of the correct catalogs.
Inside your igloo is numerous buttons for you to use that’ll help you edit your igloo with furniture, background scenery, etc. available to your igloo.
Once you’ve clicked it, you will be able to manage your igloo’s settings.
#1) You can view what your igloo looks like.
#2) You can edit and save three igloos. You can also remove an igloo by clicking the proper ‘X’ by the igloo you’d like to delete. Lastly, you can view how many likes each igloo has. To switch igloos, simply click on the igloo you’d like to edit or make available for others to go into your igloo and maybe even like it.
#3) You can choose to edit the igloo you’ve chosen, you can see how many likes the igloo you have on has and you can choose whether to make your igloo available to friends-only or to where everyone can pop into your igloo and like it!
#4) You can view the grand total of likes all of your igloos have received.
If you chose to edit your igloo, at the top of your screen is a few buttons in which will help you edit your igloo much quicker. Please note: the arrow keys on the top of the bar shown in the picture above can be used to scroll through your items you have in your igloo’s storage.
The button farthest to the left is the “Everything” button. You can view all your igloo-related furniture, background scenery, etc. in the tab by clicking it. On the second tab from the left is the background scenery button. You can choose a background scenery for your igloo by dragging it out of the tab onto your igloo from it. The third tab from the left contains all of your igloos that you have purchased. To change your igloo, simply drag an igloo from that tab onto the igloo you have already. The fourth tab from the left contains your igloo’s flooring. To add a flooring, just drag the flooring from the tab to your igloo. The tab that is fifth from the left is the furniture that can only be placed on the ground. To add an item from that tab, just drag the item you desire into your igloo. You can use your arrow keys to turn the furniture item. The tab that is sixth from the left is the furniture items that can only go on the wall. To add an item from that tab to your igloo, just drag the item out of the tab onto your igloo. You can use your arrow keys to turn the furniture item you are using. Lastly, the seventh tab from the left is the pet furniture item. To add an item from that tab, drag it out of the tab onto your igloo. You can use your arrow keys to turn the item.
here’s many mini-games in Club Penguin, and many stamps to earn with it. In Club Penguin, you can earn different stamps for different achievements. Whether it’s meeting one of Club Penguin’s famous characters or completing a hard goal in a game successfully. Each stamp book in Club Penguin is unique, especially since many penguins choose to customize the cover of their stamp books.
By looking at the contents section of your stamp book when you open it up on your screen in-game, the tab with the calendar image next to it is the Events tab, the tab with the old game controller next to it is the Games tab, the tab with the Ski Hill sign next to it is the Activities tab, the tab with the newer game controller next to it is the Video Games tab and the tab with the magnifying glass next to it is the pins tab.
Green Stamps = An easy stamp to earn.
Yellow Stamps = A neutral stamp to earn.
Blue Stamps = A hard stamp to earn.
Red Stamps = An extremely hard stamp to earn.
If you’re a member, you will have the ability to edit the cover of your stamp book. You can add the stamps you earn from games or other achievements to the cover of your stamp book as well as changing the color of your stamp book, changing the patterns and the icon.
To begin editing your stamp book; click on your penguin, click on the stamps button, then click the pencil button in the lower right-hand corner of your screen when in-game. You can then drag stamps from the top of the screen onto your stamp book (as long as you only add five stamps, and keep them in the boundaries of the stamp book.) If you click the “All Stamps” button on the left-hand side, you can narrow down the field of stamps you’re looking for to games, characters, activities, etc. The button below it allows you to control what color your stamp book is. The button below the color button allows you to change the color of the text on your stamp book and the color of the button that opens up your stamp book. The third button from the top allows you to change the pattern on your stamp book. Lastly, the button at the very bottom allows you to change the icon button. Once you are finished, click the save button in the lower right-hand corner.