If you see someone wearing something cool or fancy, the chances are it is from the Penguin Style catalog. This is a catalog which is updated monthly and contains all of the latest styles for your penguin, hence the name. It’s Club Penguin’s oldest catalog, being available since Club Penguin was in beta testing all the way back in 2005. In other words, it’s been there since the very beginning making it a main part of the game and so we provide cheats for the catalog every time a new issue is released. By “cheats”, we mean showing items which are hidden by the Club Penguin team in the catalog and have to otherwise be found by the player. This time the issue is for September 2014, let’s jump right in.
Penguin Style September 2014 Cheats
*In this post we only show the new hidden items for the September 2014 clothing catalog. For older cheats, please revert to our post on last months catalog.
This month’s front cover shows a penguin in a shark costume. It’s OTT (over-the-top) for sure, but that’s what we’ve come to expect from Club Penguin these days and newer players seem to like this more – they make up most of Club Penguin’s current audience so it’s understandable why the team decided to adopt this. Nevertheless, it’s still not as crazy as some other costumes I’ve seen (yes, I’m looking at you Pizza Costume). Anyhow, you can take a look at the new cover below. Note that the new shape introduced in last month’s catalog returns here.
Finally, we get on to what you’re here for; the hidden items/cheats for this months catalog. There are only two this month, but the items may be of interest to you. Take a look below.
Go to page 4. Click on the female penguin’s left Shiny Slipper to have the ability to buy them in a secret. Go to page 5. Click on the male penguin’s Skate Satchel to have the ability to buy them in a secret.
Wow, the items in this new catalog sure look cool. I wonder if they relate to the upcoming party?
Recently on the official Club Penguin blog, Chattabox announced a new “challenge” for penguins. While it could be argued that this is more of an event than a challenge, I’m sure this will be fun for all of us and I’d advise you to attend if you can. Not much more for me to say this time, so take a look at Chattabox’s post below; it has all of the details.
Last week’s Frozen party was definitely my favourite meet up so far! We all headed to Elsa’s Ice Palace to watch her perform and sang along… THEN, we all dressed as Olaf and danced around. It was so epic!
This month’s furniture catalogue is full of Snowy, Frozen fun! So I have decided to build a massive Snow Fort in my igloo – n’ice’! I would like to invite you all along to have a huge snowball fight in The Chattabox Snow Fort. There are 2 teams: Team Summer and Team Winter. Pick your team and dress to impress… and watch out for special igloo surprises!
Let’s meet in the Forest on the Down Under server on Thursday 4th September. Here are the times:
- 4pm East Australian Standard Time
- 6pm New Zealand Standard Time
- 11pm Penguin Standard Time on Wednesday 3rd August for everyone over in the US and Canada
- 7am on Thursday 4th August for my pals in the UK.
- Club Penguin Team
7am for us in the UK? Ouch… I doubt I’ll be able to attend unfortunately, I start school then too. But if you can attend, make sure to leave what your thoughts are about the event afterwards. I’m sure you’ll have an amazing time.
Club Penguin recently announced their upcoming September party on their official blog. There isn’t much for me to say here, so take a look at the announcement below.
September Party Announcement
To be completely honest, I don’t know what Club Penguin were thinking with this post and even the whole party idea. Apparently we all “LOVE” school? We go to school for most of the day Club Penguin, we have enough school in our life already… but it looks like we’re going to have to deal with a School & Skate party on the 18th September. So, what do you think about the new school idea for a party? Make sure to leave your answers in the comment section below, it is much appreciated.
Club Penguin recently released a video to show Sled Racer’s development. Not much more to say here other than that it’s a pretty cool video, so take a look below.
Wow, it’s hard to think that the Sled Racer mobile game with it’s incredible graphics once looked like it did at the start of the video. It really has come a long way. I guess everything starts somewhere, right?
Mascots have always had a special place in Club Penguin, and new mascots are always exciting. This one in particular, is quite special. The new mascot’s name is not shown on the island, instead his name is made up of six question marks. This may remind you of how Sensei was shown during the Dig Out The Dojo event back in late 2008, also being shown by multiple question marks to hide his identity. However, fans on Twitter have been calling the new mascot “Sasquatch”, and this seems to be pretty accurate as this name is shown in Club Penguin’s files. For the sake of this blog post, we’ll also be calling this mascot “Sasquatch”. Some lucky penguins have already met the strange new mascot, and you can even add him to your friends list.
New Sasquatch Mascot
But why the name Sasquatch? Well, according to Wikipedia, Sasquatch is the “name given to a cryptid ape- or hominid-like creature that some people believe inhabits forests”. This makes this a very interesting mascot. He is a strange looking creature as you may expect, and actually wears a beta hat. This means that he has been at Club Penguin since the beginning of the game, pretty interesting if you ask me. I can’t wait to find out more in the upcoming few weeks.
Sasquatch should be waddling around the island until the start of the upcoming Frozen Party, which is hopefully enough time for most penguins but isn’t a ton of time, certainly not to take for granted. Make sure to follow tracker accounts on Twitter such as @PenguinLodge, which tend to post locations regularly.
Below is an image of how Sasquatch’s player card looks like.
Also, below is an image of how Sasquatch’s in game sprite looks like.
Finally, if you meet Sasquatch on the island, like any other mascot, you can collect a free background. Below is how this background looks on your player card.
So, what do you think about the new Club Penguin mascot? Have you met Sasquatch yet? Make sure to leave your answers in the comment section below, it is much appreciated.
Earlier today, Megg published a brand new post on the Club Penguin Blog. In this post, Megg mentioned that the Club Penguin Team is working on a brand new Mini-Game App for iOS devices. Here’s what Megg had to say about this brand new Club Penguin App:
The team is working on creating a new mini-game app for iOS devices. The best part? It’s a free download! We’ll soon be releasing an exciting and insanely epic Sled Racer app! Can you tell that I’m stoked?
Like the mini game on web, you’ll be racing down high speed sled runs. But this time, the aim is to see how far you can go! A new fast-paced challenge? Holla!
Here’s a screenshot from when I was testing out the game:
Are you as excited as I am?! Let us know what you think in the comments.
In my opinion, Club Penguin’s Sled Racer App has stunning graphics, and looks to be a lot of fun. At this time, it is unclear whether or not Club Penguin will be releasing this App, or other Apps on Android devices. What do you think of Club Penguin’s new Sled Racer App? Will you be downloading it once it’s released? Please feel free to share your thoughts with us in the comments section below this post.
Throughout the week, several new articles are published on the official Club Penguin Blog. For the past several months, Club Penguin has been publishing an article about the latest Penguin of the Week every Friday. The Penguin of the Week is a player that others typically look up to, and can respect. This week, the new Penguin of the Week is Behappy80.
It’s Fridaaaaay! POTW time!
Let’s all give a big congrats to Behappy80
! He’s such a kind penguin to both new and old players and is always willing to help players who are just finding their flippers on the island. If you’re ever feeling a bit blue, you can be sure Behappy80 will lend a friendly ear and have a chat with you. P.S. Loving the glasses!
You know the score, each winner is rewarded with 10,000 coins along with the totally brill POTW background! Don’t forget to nominate your friends for the next Penguin of the Week by leaving your submissions in the comment section below. Just so you know, there won’t be a POTW post next week because I’m taking a short break, but we’ll be back up and running on the 15th August.
As Daffodaily5 mentioned in her latest Club Penguin Blog post, there will not be a Penguin of the Week post next week. What do you think of the latest Penguin of the Week? Please feel free to share your thoughts with us in the comments section below this post.
To kick off August, three brand new Club Penguin Codes have been released. These three codes unlock five-hundred coins a piece, and one-thousand-five-hundred coins total. It also should be noted that these codes can be used by Members and Nonmembers, and can only be redeemed once per Club Penguin account. Here’s how to redeem these free Club Penguin codes:
- Login to Club Penguin and click “Unlock Items Online”
- Click “I have a Code”
- Enter the following codes.
For more Club Penguin codes, feel free to check out our extensive Club Penguin Codes page. What do you think of these brand new Club Penguin codes? Please feel free to share your thoughts with us in the comments section below this post.
-Corwo http://TheClubPenguinDaily.com Author