Club Penguin Activity Friday, December 2, 2016
Holiday Party 2016
Happy holidays, penguins!
We start here today with something new.
To start us off, we have the Holiday Party 2016. This party recently started on December 1, 2016, and will end all the way to January 4, 2017. After all, you hear Santa’s hohoho echoes, bells ringing, coins donating, treasure digging, penguins cheering, snowballs throwing, island waddling, christmas celebrating, sleigh riding, music playing, pizza eating, christmas shopping, mascot meeting, presents dropping, and you got a whole lotta total amounts of a christmas caroling, bell ringing, cool keeping, good ol christmas spirit out here. Anyway, let’s get started for the next activities.
The Homepage banners
The Loading Screen
The Message PopUp
Clicking on the Holiday Giveaway directs you to the interface.
Clicking Go There will direct you to any of the three rooms (Beach, Plaza, and Forest) mentioned above.
The Holiday Party Interface
It’s the coin icon just top right of your screen.
Inside, you’ll see a small variety of activities, such as earning coins, donating coins, adopting puffles, and transforming to a frostbite. There’s also a direct button to the Holiday Giveaway.
This is the interesting part. Mostly all of Club Penguin’s rooms have been decorated. Even down at the boiler room to the hidden lake. Let’s have a look at them.
Dance Lounge/Workshop 2
School/Club Penguin University/Workshop 1
Yeah, the school or cpu has turned into a workshop. However, this is noted as there is a second one at the Dance Lounge.
The pool has turned into an ice cave!
The Holiday Party has some special rooms. What’s really common is the Migrator, otherwise known as stone hopper’s ship. Every year, Rockhopper sails to our island to celebrate hanukkah- I mean the holidays. There’s also a sleigh room, just above the Danceclub.
The Migrator, docked outside at the Beach
The Exterior area of the ship
The Interior of the Migrator
The Captain’s Quarters
There are also some neat stuff put into this too. I actually enjoy the decorations and the party.
It’s a quite common and simple minigame. Just like how you play in the sand. Rules are simple. Click a spot and dig for treasure.
In Santa’s sleigh, the main objective here is to drop presents into the chimneys. It might be a bit difficult. However, if you time it carefully, the presents will drop into the chimneys. You have a maximum of 15 presents, and a free prize at the end if you win. Also a very simple minigame.
Coins for Change donation stands
These stands are usually for donating your collected coins during your gameplay of Club Penguin. These coins actually go to charity and other organizations. There are lots of stands everywhere across the island.
This picture below represents how many coins are being donated. This is also known as the Coins for Change Interface as I see it. This picture also shows how many coins are donated, or the grand total, the amount you want to donate- The correct amount you have
Donating can help charities. This also rewards you with a Coins for Change 2016 pin, as well as a stamp.
And now, for the locations of the stands.
Never seen a blue one before
Simply throw snowballs at the tree at the Forest. You’ll earn coins while you do this.
Simply throw snowballs at the boxes that say FOOD DRIVE. However the “FOOD” text is misplaced a bit.
Ring the Bells
Main objective is to throw snowballs at the bells in the Plaza.
The other 2 are for the Penguin Style and Treasure Hunt. Just buy clothing and play the minigame.
New emoticons for this party. Enjoy
Here, I also demonstrate the party via video. Take a look.
And I guess that’s all! Have a happy holiday, penguins! Merry Christmas! Happy Holidays! Hippie Hanukkah! Feliz Navidad! Waddle On!