Stamps have finally arrived in Club Penguin which is a good thing, and, also a bad thing. This is good because it’s a fun way we can work, in some cases with others, to collect these items we can show off. BUT it comes with a bad side too. There are MUCH less things for non-members now, unfortunately. I don’t know anyone who wanted this to happen (besides Disney and Club Penguin of course, who want more penguins to buy memberships, obviously so they can get more money. Anyway… on to the guide, then cheats and walkthrough.
Club Penguin stamps are earned by doing activities. When you earn them, they’re moved to your Stamp Book. In the Stamp book, you can show other penguins your pins and Stamps that you’ve collected. You can even edit the cover if you’re a member, by changing the colour added pins and stamps, as well as a pattern if you want.
To find your Stamp Book and other penguin’s Stamp Books, click on the Stamp button on their player cards.
Once you open your player card, you can begin by editing the looks of the cover if you’re a member. Click on the pencil in the lower right corner of the screen.
Then, you can change the colour, add a pattern or even up to 6 of your pins and/or stamps!
Unfortunately, they had NO GREEN! I had to settle for the lighter blue colour, with a basic design for now anyway…
Ok,when you open the book, you’ll see the contents, they’re the catergories the stamps you can collect are in. Activities, games, events and pins are the four catergories, click on one to see more.
*UPDATE* Now also the “Video Game” category has been added.
You can also get to each catergory by clicking on the small tabs on the right of your book.
To find out HOW you can earn each stamp, hover over it for instructions.
Remember some (most in the game catergory) are member only stamps.
Below is the guide, or key, legend, whatever you want to call it.
I also LOVE it how you can see the date of when the pin was released! It’s a really GREAT feature! My first pin was from the 15th of March 2008! You can take a look also at all the pins I’ve collected. Wanna see all the pins EVER on Club Penguin? The first one? Then click here.
So, most of the games below are restricted for non-members – they can only play the easier few levels.
What do you think of the new feature? I think it’s good and bad, and I HATE what they’ve done to non-members.