Clock Tower

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The Clock Tower is a structure located at the Snow Forts. It only tells Pacific Standard Time ("Penguin Standard Time"), which is the main time zone used in Club Penguin, to help penguins from varied time zones.
The Clock Tower.
It also tells the day of the week. On the side of the Clock Tower, there is a target that will spin around when hit with a snowball, which hints that this is the power source for the clock's internal mechanism; however it was just an encouragement for penguins to take interest in the Clock Tower, as it can work properly without the frequent mechanism boost. Below the target is a secret coded message, which says "By G". A plaque is located nearby, and if you click on it, it would show an "engraved" message about its construction and release. The Clock Tower was updated with the Snow Forts on December 5, 2012.

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What came up back then when you pressed the yellow notice.
The back of the Clock Tower.
  • The Clock Tower was declared broken on April 17, 2008, by Herbert P. Bear, the villain of the Secret Missions, and it kept on changing into days, events or even mathematical symbols. Herbert took the Prime Gear away and secret agents had to make a new gear out of ice made from a yellow puffle in the Secret Mission #7. The rest of the parts was lost so secret agents had to find those, too.
  • In Mission 8, at the end of the mission, you give the Clock Tower gear to G, and you get back the "gear" you made in Mission 7.
    The ice Gear from Secret mission 7
  • In Mission 9, after you have welded the Mine Cart, Rory says, "I haven't seen welding that good since Gary got bored and built the Clock Tower!"
  • If you looked closely at the old Clock Tower, you could see secret agent writing at the bottom right that said, "By G".
  • In Club Penguin: Elite Penguin Force Rory has to spend a lot of time fixing the Clock Tower which causes the player to have to help him finish his other daily jobs.
  • In the Club Penguin Comics Book Vol.1 and Club Penguin Big Book of Activities, it is revealed that if the target is turned by hand, it makes a huge jack-in-the box shoot out of the top.
  • There is a stamp for hit the Clock Tower target 10 times in a row.
The old Clock Tower.

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