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Tag Archives: club penguin
Bella Thorne and Zendaya from Disney Channel’s “Shake It Up” pose with their CeCe and Rocky penguins. Disney’s Club Penguin just launched the Make Your Mark: Ultimate Jam music and dance party which includes the release of its first-ever single … Continue reading
Disney’s most popular Virtual World, Club Penguin, has just rolled out a set of new features designed to make the game more social by making it easier for the participants to find each other and communicate. Over 56 million chat … Continue reading
It’s been a while since we checked in with Club Penguin, Disney’s $350 million acquisition aimed at youth around the world. While staying mostly out of the headlines, ClubPenguin.com has continued chugging along with a new group of kids signing … Continue reading
According to The Inquisitr, Disney’s child oriented MMORG Club Penguin went off the web on Monday after the company failed to renew the game’s domain name. The site stayed live for about a week after it expired, but then was … Continue reading
It’s been a long time since I wrote about Club Penguin, the virtual game for children that Disney purchased. But they’ve just wrapped up their fourth annual Coins For Change event and the results were remarkable. The Coins For Change … Continue reading