Club Penguin Island will not come until later this month, according to Megg. Therefore, let us enjoy what classic, Flash Club Penguin has to offer before we no longer can. Think of our original Club Penguin like a museum, because in the future, it will no longer be used due to its inaccessibility.
Read the yearbooks, stories, Book Room Writing Contestants’ stories, and Captain Rockhopper’s Journal. Relive memories, check out some classic tales, and just soak yourself into some good, entertaining stories.
Play mini-games. Do the classics like Hydro Hopper, Paint-by-Letters (whoops, wait a sec, that game discontinued a couple of years back, never mind *sigh*), Catchin’ Waves and more! Especially play the multiplayer ones, like Find Four, Card-Jitsu, etc. It’s only a matter of time before these games that have defined the Club Penguin experience will be nonexistent from the original Disney’s Club Penguin.
Waddle through the rooms, reminisce their long history (especially the rooms that have been practically untouched by change, like inside the Lighthouse), and pay attention to those little details that make characterize that room.
Your pet Puffles will stay on the original island, while the penguins will move to the new one. Be sure to spend time with them before the separation between the owner and the pet occurs!
While Club Penguin Island is still not released for you, appreciate the original Club Penguin rather than focus the majority of your attention on the upcoming game. 🙂 Also check out these fun, random things you must do before the closure of the Flash game (I wrote this even before Club Penguin Island was announced).