The legendary childhood game Club Penguin recently made a comeback — and they’ve already amassed six million users.
Club Penguin originally launched in 2005 but was discontinued in 2017 due to a decline in popularity. It was recently rebooted using old Club Penguin files and now exists as Club Penguin Rewritten.
It still has all the classic features that the original Club Penguin had, so you can take a trip down memory lane and visit The Plaza, buy a puffle or have an igloo party. The membership is completely free this time around, so you can get all the cool add-ons of the game without having to ask your parents for money like you did when you were 12.
Thank you all for helping us achieve this. 6 million penguins! 🐧❤️ pic.twitter.com/0SehPkujYN
— Club Penguin Online (@_CPOnline) March 27, 2020
We're thankful that thousands of people are enjoying Club Penguin Online. We updated our servers last week to handle the huge increase of users but looks like we'll need to invest in new servers.
Apologises if you experience any lag or issues, we're working on it ASAP. pic.twitter.com/kZaOdLaq79
— Club Penguin Online (@_CPOnline) March 31, 2020
You can play Club Penguin here.