Adventure Party: Temple of Fruit

Members only? No
When August 23 – September 5, 2012
Free Item(s) See Free items
Location Club Penguin Island
Mascot(s) Rockhopper

The Adventure Party: Temple of Fruit was a party in Club Penguin that started on August 23, 2012, and ended on September 5, 2012. The island was decorated as a jungle paradise full of palm trees and fruit that Rockhopper brought back from "Innocent Island", and a mysterious temple made of fruit in the jungle waiting for its secrets to be unlocked. Another part of the story for this event was the so-called Cursed Volcano, in which penguins must throw fruit into to destroy it.

The Club Penguin Team partnered with children's smoothie company Innocent Smoothies to make it. The party provided the launch of a new in-world game inspired by the company, named Smoothie Smash, in which players can mix their own smoothies. There was a Temple of Fruit Catalog and a Fruit Scavenger Hunt.

Free items

Image Item Location Members only?
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Apple Headband Forest No
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Pineapple Headband Cove No
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Watermelon Headband Dock No
Grape Headband
Grape Headband Rockhopper's Rare Items No
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Rockhopper's Tropical Background By meeting Rockhopper No
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Yellow Kahuna Background Volcano Mouth No
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Red Kahuna Background Volcano Mouth No
Green Kahuna Background Icon
Green Kahuna Background Volcano Mouth No
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Grape Bunch Costume Volcano Mouth No
Watermelon Costume icon
Watermelon Costume Kahuna Kave Yes
Apple Costume
Apple Costume Kahuna Kave Yes
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Pineapple Costume Kahuna Kave Yes


Following the end of the Make Your Mark: Ultimate Jam, warm weather prompted party planners to host a party making use of the temperature. A week later, in issue 355 of the Club Penguin Times, it was revealed to be a fruit themed party. In the same issue, Rockhopper, being interviewed by a jet pack wearing reporter, announced that he was bringing lots of fruit and a rare treasure, a statue he found in an ancient underground temple while exploring.

Although this was never mentioned in-game, on a promotional minisite for the Innocent Smoothies partnership, a comic depicted Rockhopper visiting "Innocent Island", which was where he got the fruit from.

A week later, still at sea, Rockhopper mentioned that the statue was making noises and getting bigger, prompting him to believe it was cursed. Another week later, the party started. After Rockhopper docked, a spirit in the statue named Big-Big Kahuna awakened and the statue grew to massive size and turned into a volcano temple, residing at the Snow Forts. The spirit was angry and hungry for fruit, prompting penguins to climb to the top of the volcano and throw fruit into the volcano's mouth.

In issue 357 of the Club Penguin Times, Rockhopper stated that in order to break the "Kahuna's Kurse" three "Sacred Fruits" were needed, which were a watermelon (at the Dock), an apple (at the Forest), and a pineapple (at the Cove). Then, players had to journey into the temple, and make their way to the top. Here, players could throw fruit into the volcano's mouth in order to calm it.

Halfway through the party the Big-Big Kahuna was calmed, but players could still access it as normal. Once the party ended, it shrunk to normal size and Rockhopper brought it back with him to the island he found it on.


Disney UK Website

Avast! Our favorite pirate, Captain Rockhopper, has brought tons of fruit, new adventures and a hungry volcano idol to Club Penguin island.

Everyone can collect fruit to feed the volcano, and member penguins can set off on a scavenger hunt to find fruity new costumes.

At the end of week one, after working hard to appease the volcano’s hunger, the new Smoothie Smash game will be unlocked in the three fruit room areas. After the party it will take its place permanently in the Coffee Shop – giving penguins a healthy alternative to the Coffee Shop’s regular fare.




Sneak Peeks

Club Penguin Times

Issue 354

Issue 355

Issue 356







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