| Real Life
This article is about something real life related to Club Penguin or Club Penguin Island.
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The box art for Club Penguin
|Platform||Nintendo Wii U, Playstation 3 and 4, Xbox 360 and One|
|Developer||Disney Interactive Studios|
|Publisher||Disney Interactive Studios|
|ESRB rating||Mild Cartoon Violence|
|Date released|| October 23, 2015 - North America, Russia|
October 24, 2015 - Europe (excluding UK), Latin America
October 25, 2015 - UK
The gameplay is similar to Club Penguin. You can waddle around, but there are some changes. There are daily EPF in-game missions everyday for EPF agents, and there are new rooms to explore not on the EPF phone. All above that, the gameplay is similar to Club Penguin.
- Card-Jitsu Snow
- Card-Jitsu Fire
- Card-Jitsu Water
- Jetpack Boost
- Ice Fishing
- Pizzatron 3000
- Catchin' Waves
- Puffle Roundup
- Puffle Launch
- Aqua Grabber
- Cart Surfer
- Puffle Rescue
The game and its rating were first found on the ESRB site on April 2014, but it was taken down before May since the game was not announced at that time. The descriptor was put up again on July 2015.
|“||Club Penguin has always maintained a really strong emphasis on social, family fun and the value of working together. Moving onto the 7th gen platforms lets us offer parents a great opportunity to connect with their kids in the comfort of their own living room around an active game that’s participatory, cooperative and a lot of fun for everyone, and that’s something we’re really excited about||”|
— Spike Hike
- Number 1s and 2s and 3s are versions depending on the number of penguins.
- Main Menu and Credits
- Cove #1 (50 penguins)
- Cove #2 (100 penguins)
- Pet Shop #1 (Empty - 50 penguins)
- Medieval Party theme
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