IWNH: Club Penguin Is Closing Down The Russian and German Versions + ClubHerbert.com Updated – Secret Meeting With WHO?!

Hey Ice Warriors,

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SUB ZERO, Club Penguin IWNH HQ ~

Club Penguin is closing down the Russian and German Versions by September 2, 2015. I guess the Russian and German versions of Club Penguin aren’t doing well in comparison to the other languages: they announced today that in several months time they will be closing down the game’s Russian and German variations and today Club Penguin has updated Herbert’s ClubHerbert.com website. Here’s what the site now looks like below by clicking read more.

If you go to Club Penguin’s German and Russian website there will be a banner at the top of the website notifying you.

September 2, 2015 is when you can no longer play Club Penguin in Russian or German, and as of today you can no longer make a Club Penguin account in those languages. Don’t worry though, no accounts will be deleted if you joined Club Penguin in Russian or German. You’ll still be able to play Club Penguin in English, French, Portuguese, or Spanish.

The FAQ page in Russian can be found here and the German here.

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There’s a mug saying I am a BOSS, a frame with several photos of him on the island, and a to-do list…who do you think Herbert’s secret meeting is with?

Hopefully we find out more details soon!

I believe that the swirl string hiding spot is probably Dot, but im guessing.

Also, Russian and German is going to be an end, which means that Club Penguin will no longer let you make a Club Penguin account in those languages, we lost Polo Field and we’ve lost four more of Club Penguin’s bloggers: Daffodaily5 from the English blog, Karlapop321 from the Spanish blog, Koa Koralle from the German blog, and Loustik005 from the French blog. That`s probably why Club Penguin are closing down the Russian and Spanish languages.

Bye for now,

-Kyle103

Fourth In Command and IWNH Creator

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