Just because a company pulls a plug out of a game, doesn't mean it has to die.
— CPR Team [2]

Club Penguin Rewritten is a popular remake of the online-based, massively multiplayer role-playing game, Club Penguin.

Since its launch on February 11, 2017, Club Penguin Rewritten has accumulated over 2 million users.[3]

On February 26, 2018, it was announced that the game would be discontinued on March 4th, 2018.[4]

The game was temporarily discontinued on March 4, 2018

On April 4, 2018, exactly one month after the game's temporary discontinuation, it was announced that Club Penguin Rewritten would be relaunching in April of 2018.

The game came back online on April 27, 2018.


After the announcement of the imminent closure of Club Penguin, Club Penguin Rewritten was founded to preserve and bring life back to the game that was a part of so many childhoods.

Club Penguin Rewritten (CPR) is an unofficial recreation of the original Club Penguin, created to replicate the experience. It is based on the Generation 1-2 era (2005 - 2008 / 2008 - 2012), and thus it uses the same style and design. Club Penguin Rewritten strives to be accurate and true to the original and classic Club Penguin, but it also adds new content to improve the experience of the game.

There was also an Item Transfer program that would transfer a player's original Penguin Age from Club Penguin over to a penguin from Club Penguin Rewritten, and give party hats according to the age of the original penguin. It was due to last until Club Penguin closed, but it only lasted from March 22nd to March 23rd (approximately a full day) due to Disney's discovery of the program. The program was originally meant to transfer all items from Club Penguin, but this was decided against by the community in a Twitter poll as penguins from Club Penguin with hacked items would also be transferred.

After only 30 days, the game gained 10,000 registered accounts and had its own wiki. The site reached 50,000 registered accounts on April 2nd, 2017, and reached 100,000 registered accounts only three days later, on April 5th, 2017.

The site was down from April 14th to 19th before being re-opened, and a password change option was made available which the CPR Team recommended using. 

On August 8th, 2017 to August 10th, 2017, the site was down due to a large DDoS attack. This was because a Private Server named "Club Pingu" used the tool that uses their server's database in order to scan CPR and other CPPS to match up information and get their passwords and their email addresses. Club Pingu also threatened some CPR YouTubers to stream their game or Club Pingu would try to shut down all other Private Servers.[citation needed]

The site reached 1,000,000 registered accounts on October 4th, 2017. 

On October 10th, 2017, Disney Interactive filed a complaint against Club Penguin Rewritten. Due to this, the game's domain had to be changed which took place five days later on October 15th, 2017. 

On January 3rd, 2018, January 19th, 2018, and January 21st, 2018, the website was closed for maintenance. 

On February 21st, 2018, it was announced that Club Penguin Rewritten was going to shut down because of threats, but the following day afterwards, it was announced that the game was going to continue. Additionally, control of the @CPRewritten Twitter account was regained. 

On February 26th, 2018, it was confirmed that Club Penguin Rewritten would shut down on March 4th, 2018 and never return. This would mean that the website, the game, account data, and more would be gone forever, with all important information such as emails and passwords being wiped for security reasons. 
Screenshot-2018-3-24 Club Penguin Rewritten
On March 4th, 2018, Club Penguin Rewritten was discontinued at around 14:00 Penguin Standard Time.

On April 4th, 2018, It was confirmed that Club Penguin Rewritten would be returning in April of 2018 via their Twitter. It was also confirmed that all user accounts would remain intact at relaunch.[5]

On April 27th, 2018, Club Penguin Rewritten officially relaunched, with all accounts intact, and the Earth Day Party 2018 going on.

The site reached 2,000,000 registered accounts on June 2nd, 2018.


  • Club Penguin Rewritten was originally planned to just be an archive for Club Penguin accounts.
  • Several famous characters such as Jet Pack Guy, DJ Maxx and Rory are mascots exclusive to Club Penguin Rewritten as custom content.
  • There were parties that were announced prior to the unexpected closure message, the party that was supposed to be taking place after the Penguin Play Awards was the Puffle Party, but instead, it was replaced by the Waddle On Party. However, after the game was back up, the Puffle Party happened from May 9th to May 16th because it was promised before Club Penguin Rewritten closed down.


Welcome to Club Penguin Rewritten!

Welcome to Club Penguin Rewritten!