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 …

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Earth Day Egg Scavenger Hunt 2011

20 04 2011

Woo hoo! Club Penguin started celebrating Earth Day today!

Here are the locations for Club Penguin’s 2011 Earth Day Egg Scavenger Hunt.

First, click the egg up in the top-right corner to see your clues:

1. “Start your search near a small bonsai.”

Enter the Dojo, and click the egg behind the bonsai tree in the right corner:

2. “Find this egg near a floating boat.”

Go to the Dock, and click the egg floating in the water:

3. “Look for this egg around some trees.”

Head to the Forest, and click the egg near the bottom-left corner:

4. “Think of where you most like to swim!”

Go to the underground pool in the Cave, and click the egg behind the lifeguard chair:

5. “Now find the polar bear wrapped in vines!”

Head to the Mine Shack, and grab the egg in the branches of the tree:

6. “Find the room with the rocking horse.”

Climb up to the Lodge Attic, and grab the egg in the left corner, by the couches:

7. “Spot this egg on top of a hill.”

Go to the Ski Hill, and pick up the egg near the Ridge Run sign on the left:

8. “Start a machine and make it snow.”

Finally, get your penguin to the Snow Forts and grab the egg in the bottom-right corner:

Now claim your prize: A Safari Park Background (and a Scavenger Hunt stamp if you haven’t earned that one yet).

While you are out, be sure to pick up your new pin in the Ski Lodge:

And don’t forget to get your Outback Exploring Hat for free in The Plaza:

Plus, Rockhopper is on the island! Grab your Island Grove background on The Migrator and keep an eye out for the penguin pirate.

I love scavenger hunts!

Waddle on!

Mr Snowball3





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





EPF Field-Ops No. 40: Scan remote areas for scrambled radio signals

19 04 2011

The latest Club Penguin EPF Field-Op mission is out, No. 40.

(Oops! Sorry. I missed this one because of spring break.)

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:

With the Earth Day party coming up, G expects Herbert P. Bear and the Protobot to strike. Work together to scan remote areas for scrambled radio signals:

3. Head to the Iceberg.

4. Stand over near the bottom-left corner:

5. Answer your phone.

6. Tune the radio scanner to match the frequency number. Match the rotating dial to the numbers that appear:

(Nooooo!)

Field-op complete.

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

Waddle on!

Mr Snowball3