Guest Post: Club Penguin Island is on the same Island as Club Penguin?!

Hey Penguins,

Today we have a Guest Post from Jammer Dj, a long time Club Penguin blogger and now he’s also a Club Penguin Island blogger as well, check out his brand new CPI Blog, iClubPenguinIsland. This post is just an example of the great content that you can find at his blog. Now onto the theory of his.

Hey there penguins!

Just a couple of days ago I posted a theory that blew up on Twitter: What if Club Penguin and Club Penguin Island are connected? More specifically, what if they are the SAME island?

As you can clearly see in the pictures above, there are mountains on both islands – what if those mountains are the exact same? What if the two worlds are in fact the opposite sides of the same island? That would also make sense – we never really get to see the full picture of either islands, as their back side is hidden.

Is Disney exploring a literal sequel to Club Penguin by expanding their world-famous virtual world? Will we ever have access to old Club Penguin rooms? Who knows.

Only time will tell. I can’t wait to see what the CPI team has in store for us in the next updates – let’s see if a connection to good old CP is one of them.

Thanks for reading and have a great day!

Jammer Dj

3 comments

  1. I posted a huge comment about a theory, and now it’s been deleted. To keep it short, CPI takes place in the past.

    The Lighthouse is still rundown, the mascots are younger, puffles aren’t there yet, igloos looked different back then and interactive furniture items might’ve caused a safety hazard and were removed in CP.

    PLEEEEAAASSSEE don’t make me rewrite ten paragraphs. WORDPRESS DELETED MY COMMENT ALL BECAUSE IT ASKED ME TO LOG IN!

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