Club Penguin Goes French/Happy77 Interviews Stage Artist

Hello Penguins!

We’re so excited to share some amazing news! Many of you have asked to play Club Penguin in different languages. The team’s been working really hard on it, and today, just a few months after we added the Portuguese language, we’re thrilled to announce that Club Penguin can now be played in French!!

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When you login to play, you’ll see that you can select English, Portuguese, or French. When you select one of the languages, EVERYTHING in the game is in that language! Cool! More languages will be coming and we’ll let you know as soon as they’re ready!

To help celebrate Club Penguin in French, here are a few French phrases –
Welcome = Bienvenue
Congratulations = Félicitations !
You’re cool = T’es génial !

Until then…Waddle on!
A bientôt !

-Club Penguin Team

By Billybob on February 10 2009 08:24

Greetings Penguins!

We get lots of awesome comments from Penguins about productions at the Stage. Since Team Blue and Team Red face off tomorrow, (and since it’s always cool to learn new stuff), I thought it’d be groovy-cool to talk to someone who works helping to draw the Stage sets.

stage2.jpgDo you just read the Stage scripts after they’re written and then draw what you want?
We do them together. We draw as the writers are putting in ideas and suggestions.

What’s your favorite part of drawing for the stage?
Creating a whole tiny world in one room. Sometimes when I get into it, it feels like I’m actually in a fairy tale forest or in an old detective movie. It’s so much fun!

Have you ever drawn candy (or food) for any of the stages?
Well, I’ve drawn some alien beverages one time… but I try not to draw too much food, otherwise I’d get hungry!

Let us know if you have any more questions for the Club Penguin team – It’d be awesome to know what your favorite Stage is – and why!

Until then…Waddle on!

Club Penguin Team

By Billybob on February 12 2009 08:44

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~ by braybon9 on February 12, 2009.

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