I started playing Club Penguin a very long time ago. Penguins were my favorite animal, and so I instantly fell in love with the game when I first saw it. The concept and everything about the game amazed me. I certainly wasn’t the programmer I am today, and it wasn’t until I joined the long since closed PCL forums that I started to truly begin to develop and perfect the programming skills I have today. I have no idea where I’d be had I not been introduced to the cheating community. I’ve made a lot of friends, and I am hopeful we will stay in contact after this all goes away.
I’ve made some mistakes in the past across other forums I used to be a part of, but they were all part of the learning process for me. I eventually created my own blogging site, and with the help of a good friend, I released several CP cheating programs. He and one other person eventually developed their own trainer and hosted it under the name Cloud Penguin.
With Club Penguin closing, TCPC will too be closing. The blog and programs will still be operational until sometime after CP shuts down their servers. There will be no new updates, except for ones that may require slight fixes. Once CP closes, I will shut off downloads to our programs and begin closing up TCPC. As of this moment, I am in control of the following domains: cpcheats.info, cloudpengu.in, thecpcheats.info, and penguinclientsystem.com. I will renew the cloudpengu.in domain for another year and continue renewing it if the developers and I agree on optimizing it to work with a new CPPS.
Regarding my future plans, I’ve wanted for a long time to create a MMO game like Club Penguin. I’m currently working on something, and I think I’ll be going somewhere with it. I don’t have a whole lot of free time, but if I decide to truly move forward with it, I’ll setup a website so those of you who want to can follow along with my future projects.
I will be participating in a final party hosted by the CuP team and I. Once we agree on a date, I will share it here, so you all can join us one last time before CP is gone forever.
Club Penguin released a new pin called the Community Pin.
- ID: 7308
- Location: Coffee Shop
- X position: 541
- Y position: 21
I have read Club Penguin’s latest blog post, and I will be making a post detailing the future of TCPC in a few days.
I was working on a new program I wanted to release, but I quit working on it in anticipation of CP’s latest announcement. Sure enough, CP is closing, so I won’t continue it’s development. I wasn’t far from finishing it, but as of now, it is pointless to finish it…
Again, I will release a statement regarding TCPC’s future in the coming days/weeks.
Club Penguin released a new pin called the Passport Pin.
- ID: 7307
- Location: The Mall
- X position: 687
- Y position: 82
Club Penguin released a new pin called the Candle Pin.
- ID: 7305
- Location: Puffle Hotel Lobby
- X position: 556
- Y position: 128
Club Penguin released a new pin called the Holiday Ornament Pin.
- ID: 7304
- Location: The Plaza
- X position: 438
- Y position: 70
Downloads and access to the Furniture Adder are disabled due to an error with the furniture list being downloaded by the program. This is most likely a server sided issue and won’t require an update to fix.
EDIT: The issue seems to have resolved itself. If there is any further trouble accessing the Furniture Adder, please let me know.
Club Penguin released a new pin called the Jam Pin.
- ID: 7298
- Location: Skatepark
- X position: 268
- Y position: 319
Club Penguin released a new pin called the Find Four.
- ID: 7289
- Location: Ski Lodge
- X position: 709
- Y position: 239
Hello all! I’d like to give you an update on what I’m up to.
It’s been a while since any major new version has been released with our existing programs. Although no new versions are currently planned in the upcoming months, I have an entirely new program in the works. I’ve been working on it for a few months now, but I’m still not ready to divulge what it is just yet. It’s functioning properly, but I’ve had to take some time off the past eight or so weeks to deal with my real life priorities.
Unfortunately due to some extenuating circumstances, I’ve also had to take some time off from my academics, and so now I have found myself with a lot more free time as well as renewed enthusiasm at what I was working on. There’s still a long way to go in finalizing the program’s production, but I hope to make an announcement about it in the coming weeks. I will say it’s something that’s never been done before, and I think it’s going to be pretty cool.