Umm, on the Disney Store, it gives the release date. Look4Sonic 04:40, February 20, 2010 (UTC)
Data that must be added:
Producer: 1st Playable Productions, LLC
Publisher: Disney Interactive Studios
Date released: June 1, 2010
--Upgrader 16:53, February 20, 2010 (UTC)
- The second and third are certain - but the date may be wrong, though the developer could be right. --Zapwire (talk/blog/edits) 22:06, February 20, 2010 (UTC)
You guys ought to learn how to use sources in wiki articles. Thanks to Upgrader's link, I sourced all date information, blog posts and interviews, so everything is backed with evidence. I also removed the "Mission 11" info, as it didn't have anything to do with the game, but only the blog post, so I sourced some information on the Mission 11 page itself. Then I added an interview into a newly created "pre-release" information section. --Tigernose Chat • Edits 22:03, February 24, 2010 (UTC) I hate herbert --Mvtech(Talk|Blog) 03:25, June 27, 2010 (UTC)
it will have a orange and white puffle maybe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?????????????
I found some previews. They might be edits,though.
220.127.116.11 09:15, March 5, 2010 (UTC)
- We originally had screenshots here, but they seemed edited, so we'll wait till some appear on the CP blog. --Zapwire (talk/blog/edits) 12:13, March 5, 2010 (UTC)
This makes any CP fan wish they lived in Troy, NY to play-test the game in 1st Playable's office. Right?
Hey guys, Billybob just put a new image on the What's New Blog!
--Upgrader 17:10, March 20, 2010 (UTC)
Disney Interactive on Screenshots
Does anyone remember the screenshots that were deleted because you thought they looked edited?
Well, now Disney Interactive releassed them as official here: http://disney.go.com/disneyinteractivestudios/product.html?platform=ds&game=club_penguin_herberts_revenge
--Upgrader 21:39, March 25, 2010 (UTC)
- Some of them are clearly fake, how about waiting until the game is released? --Staffan15 (talk|contribs) 12:40, April 7, 2010 (UTC)
I will monitor this page from time to time.
Why? Because that way people will know what to put what not.
For example, this is the second time screenshots are uploaded from Non-Disney sites.
That is wrong! For a game to be on GameStop on June, it must be finished by February.
Many screens I've seen are beta elements that did not got to the final game.
Take the guitar screen for the original EPF's back. Never made it.
Disney can still delete screenshots. CP is the most reliable as they are the writers/builders of the game.
SO, let's just stick with what we have and if Disney hasn't deleted them by May 30, we put them.
Upgrader 19:05, April 6, 2010 (UTC)
The problem with screenshots
I just figured out that several screenshots were probably take in the early stages of development; the trailer show a complete crab costume instead of a little Klutzy over a penguin.
Also, more screenshots at Amazon are repaired and look much more natural.
--Upgrader 21:02, April 26, 2010 (UTC)
Disney Just wants to make money.
This is quite obvious. It should Be removed.
IMPORTANT MESSAGE. CODE RED. CODE RED.
The EPF has been discovered a few weeks ago. I am sorry I am posting this late, but I didn't have time to send this earlier during the 'happening'. Herbert and the Protobot possiably have a sidekick of some sort. The Rookie Agent has sent out a message saying he believes it's an evil wheelbarrow of some sort. We shouldn't trust Rookie because he IS a suspect in the crime for instance he's the one who sent out the computer bugs. Yet, he thought it said, "Computer Hugs". So, that's why he did it. He now only takes hugs from trees, puffles, and penguins, which worries us... a lot. Anyways, soon in the Clubpenguin Times Newspaper, I will be revealing my REAL penguin name and who I am. Until then, happy guessing!!!
--Director of EPF 01:03, February 5, 2011 (UTC)The Director of EPF