New game coming to Club Penguin.

Club Penguin moves on to an island adventure

Club Penguin discontinues desktop and mobile device game.

It’s time for a different level.

After 11 years Club Penguin is shutting down its desktop and mobile device game.

Instead the Disney team is moving to a new platform that will launch at the end of March called Club Penguin Island.

“Club Penguin Island will offer a uniquely penguin experience, with new features and gameplay, making it more fun than ever,” read a statement.

Memberships for desktop Club Penguin and the Club Penguin app will no longer be available for purchase as of Jan. 31.

Come February paid member accounts will no longer be charged a recurring payment. For those who don’t have a membership you can log in and play the game until March 29.

To celebrate the many years of Club Penguin the team will have an online party starting Feb. 1.

For more information on the closure click here.

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