Club Penguin Improvement Project

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Club Penguin Improvement Project is currently closed.

The Club Penguin Improvement Project (commonly known as CPIP), was the beta testing of the several improvements that were soon to be made to Club Penguin in 2008. Everyone who participated got a Red Hard Hat. CPIP participants are not considered Beta Testers, although sometimes mistaken as such.


The inventory during CPIP.

Removed Changes[edit]

  • Clear Outfit button: Instead of removing all items one by one, penguins could remove them all at once by clicking a red X at the bottom right of their Player Card inventory.[6]


  • The door on the CPIP homepage looks identical to the door to the Gadget Room.
  • The sign says: "The Club Penguin Improvement Project is closed for now...", that means CPIP might be returning soon.


  1. " we ran across one of the bigger bugs that allowed some people to obtain rare items..." — BillyBob, CPIP Blog
  2. "This Friday afternoon at 4:15pm (penguin time), RSnail, Screenhog and myself are all going to be hanging out on Test Server 1." — BillyBob, CPIP Blog
  3. "The test site has been shut down..." — BillyBob, CPIP Blog
  4. "Club Penguin will be completely transferred over to the new servers on April 14..." — BillyBob, CPIP Blog
  5. "The team finished testing and launched the new features yesterday! Thank you for all your feedback and help with this project." — BillyBob, CPIP Blog
  6. "The red X on the bottom right is a ‘clear all’ button. So when you want to remove all the items on your penguin you can just click that button instead of removing them one by one." — BillyBob, CPIP Blog

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