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Giant Squid
The Mighty Squid.png

Full Name Giant Squid
Species Squid
Position Unknown
Appeared Aqua Grabber,
Puffle Rescue,
Island Adventure Party 2010
Island Adventure Party 2011,
Rockhopper vs. Mighty Squid,
Anchors Aweigh
Color Purple
Clothes Items None
Related To Unknown
Friends With Unknown
Meetable Character? No

The Giant Squid was a large species of squid that appeared in numerous games around Club Penguin, such as the games Aqua Grabber and Puffle Rescue. There was also a Stamp for spotting the Giant Squid while playing Aqua Grabber. It could be seen in Sushi Drop before it got removed from the Club Penguin App.


Aqua Grabber

The Giant Squid appeared in the background of Aqua Grabber but did nothing of significance in the game.

The squid was found in level one but it was very hard to find. When it did appear, the screen would start to shake; then the squid would appear from behind a rock wall. It appeared as a shadow (because the water from where it lives in real life is dark). It would then start to turn itself clockwise and stop when the top of its head is pointing to the left; then it starts to roar. After a few seconds, it suddenly zooms away.

It originally had a startling roar to alert penguins of its presence, but the sound was later removed due to some children being terrified by it.

Puffle Rescue

In Puffle Rescue, the Giant Squid was the dark shadow that penguins could use to find the entrance to the Underwater room. However, after the player got the Moss Key, the Giant Squid could no longer be spotted in this game.

It appeared in the first Black Puffle level, when the penguin had rescued the Black Puffle but not taken it back to the start. It would swim by with a trail of bubbles and the penguin had to use those bubbles to go after the squid until it reached a coral reef. On the reef the penguin could stop following it and go to a staircase which led to the Underwater room.

The Giant Squid in Puffle Rescue swam a lot slower and gentler, unlike the squid in Aqua Grabber. This led some to believe that there was more than one Giant Squid in Club Penguin.

Island Adventure Party 2010

During the Island Adventure Party 2010, the Giant Squid could be seen at the Iceberg, surrounding it. It appeared every 15 minutes.

Island Adventure Party 2011

During the Island Adventure Party 2011, the Giant Squid was found at the Iceberg. After feeding it with fish, it would let players receive the Telescope Pin.

Rockhopper vs. the Giant Squid

The Giant Squid is bouncing his red ball on an iceberg when it bounces too far and lands in the passing by Migrator. The Giant Squid then swims to the ship and lifts it up trying to get his ball out, but it does not work, so he drops the Migrator and peeks over the ship's deck, where he spots Rockhopper's pet red puffle, Yarr, who he believes to be his ball, and grabs him. The Giant Squid then proceeds to spin Yarr like a ball, but Rockhopper takes back his puffle, infuriating the Giant Squid. He then tries to take back 'his ball' but he gets hit by an anchor, which he when he then uses to fight Rockhopper's long net, which holds Yarr in it. Then the weapons are switched, leaving the Giant Squid with Yarr. But before he can play with 'his ball', Rockhopper swipes him back, and together, they swing away from the Giant Squid up to the crow's nest. But the Giant Squid climbs up the ship, where he and Rockhopper engage in a small fight, then the Giant Squid takes Rockhopper's hat, but returns it when Yarr blasts his actual ball out of a cannon, leaving the Giant Squid to chase the ball away.


  • Giant Squid may also be named "Kraken", because its sprite name is named "Kraken".
  • Near the start of 2010, Billybob posted 3 shadows of things that were going to happen in that year. One was Herbert (new mission), another was the orange puffle, and the 3rd the Giant Squid. They all made appearances in 2010, the squid appearing in Puffle Rescue.
  • The Giant Squid is a real aquatic species in the modern world.
  • A picture of the Giant Squid appears in the renovated Lodge Attic on a bulletin board.