500,000 hits!

9 09 2011

This morning, we got our 500,000th hit!

Thanks for visiting and commenting on our blog!

By the way, our most-popular all-time post is our guide to Mission 2. Hooray for the black puffle!

Waddle on!

Mr Snowball3





EPF Field-Ops No. 46: Search the island one last time

25 05 2011

 The latest Club Penguin EPF Field-Op mission is out today, No. 46.

1. Answer your spy phone, and report for duty in the Command Room.

2. Click the yellow Field-Ops screen to learn about your mission:

Search the island one last time. Look fo suspicious signals, devices—anything that might give you a clue what Herbert is up to during the Medieval Party:

3. Head to the Ski Village.

4. Stand outside the Everyday Phoning Facility, by the flower planter:

5. Answer your phone.

6. Scan symbols to find the right combination:

Field-op complete.

Waddle on!

Mr Snowball3





EPF Field-Ops No. 45: Do a full security sweep of the island

16 05 2011

 The latest Club Penguin EPF Field-Op mission is out today, No. 45.

1. Answer your spy phone, and report for duty in the Command Room.

2. Click the yellow Field-Ops screen to learn about your mission:

Herbert P. Bear may strike during the Medieval Party. Do a full security sweep of the island:

3. Make your way to the Cave.

4. Stand near the bottom-right corner of the pool:

5. Answer your phone.

6. Destroy the circuits:

Field-op complete.

For help with the latest field-op, check our EPF field-ops page.

Mr Snowball3





EPF Field-Ops No. 44: Take Protobot and the Test Bots offline

10 05 2011

 The latest Club Penguin EPF Field-Op mission is out, No. 44.

1. Answer your spy phone, and report for duty in the Command Room.

2. Click the yellow Field-Ops screen to learn about your mission:

Herbert has transmitted Protobot’s and the Test Bots’ current location. Head to the woods north of the Cove, and take them offline:

3. Head to the Cove.

4. Stand by the red inner tube, by the lifeguard chair:

5. Answer your phone.

6. Destroy the incoming targets by entering the x,y coordinates:

Field-op complete.

For help with the latest field-op, check our EPF field-ops page.

Waddle on!

Mr Snowball3





EPF Field-Ops No. 43: Work at a computer terminal to crack the file

2 05 2011

 The latest Club Penguin EPF Field-Op mission is out today, No. 43.

1. Answer your spy phone, and report for duty in the Command Room.

2. Click the yellow Field-Ops screen to learn about your mission:

Work together at an EPF computer terminal to crack—or decode—an unusual coded computer file from an unknown source:

3. Walk across the Command Room to the computers over on the left.

4. Stand by the screen displaying a white map of the island:

5. Answer your phone.

6. Bypass the system:

Field-op complete.

(Hooray! Another field op I can complete!)

For help with the latest field-op, check our EPF field-ops page.

Waddle on!

Mr Snowball3

Note: Here’s the message from Herbert P. Bear you see (backwards) after completing the field op:

(To Gerald the Gadget Guy.) I have a proposal for you.

The Protobot has worn out its welcome. I might consider a partnership to deal with it.

Keep it between us, and let me know your decision.





EPF Field-Ops No. 42: Search the island for a micro-computer

28 04 2011

 The latest Club Penguin EPF Field-Op mission is out today, No. 42.

1. Answer your spy phone, and report for duty in the Command Room.

2. Click the yellow Field-Ops screen to learn about your mission:

Agent D has prepared a special stealth training exercise. Search the island for a hidden micro-computer in an everyday object, and remain undetected:

3. Head to the Town, and enter the Coffee Shop.

4. Stand right next to the tree, in the left corner:

5. Answer your phone.

6. Decrypt the passcode by matching the shapes:

Field-op complete.

(Hooray! A field op I can complete!)

For help with the latest field-op, check our EPF field-ops page.

Waddle on!

Mr Snowball3

Note: A new class of elite gear came with this field op: Stealth. The basic stealth set includes Dark Vision Goggles …

… which used to be called Night-Vision Goggles back when you could buy them in the F.I.S.H. book …





EPF Field-Ops No. 41: Move in and defend the trees

20 04 2011

The latest Club Penguin EPF Field-Op mission is out today, No. 41.

1. Answer your spy phone, and report for duty in the Command Room.

2. Click the yellow Field-Ops screen to learn about your mission:

One of the test bots is heading toward the Dock. Move in, and defend the trees:

3. Head to the Dock.

4. Stand just to the right and near the top of the tree, to the left of the mountain range in the background:

5. Answer your phone.

6. Launch a remote-control snowball to destroy the target:

Field-op complete.

Mmm … err … I can’t destroy the target. Are these getting harder?

For help with the latest field-op, check our EPF field-ops page.

Waddle on!

Mr Snowball3