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Players 1
Minigame Location Night Club
Date released July 25, 2008
Stamps awarded No

DJ3K was a mini-game on Club Penguin invented by Gary the Gadget Guy. It was a way for penguins to create their own music. It also serves as an add-on to the DJ Table in the Night Club. It was announced by Screenhog on the 16th of July, 2008. It was released on July 25, 2008 the same time the 2008 Music Jam started. You could bring your yellow puffle along and it will dance and earn you more points, earning you double the coins. Starting on June 23, 2011 member penguins could make music in DJ3K that they could record and play in their igloo. On October 28, 2011 Monster Muzak was released in the Game Upgrades. It was replaced with SoundStudio on July 17th, 2014.


The way to earn coins in this game is to make music. Move your mouse to click all the buttons on the DJ Table and make music. The better the music sounds, the more coins you will make. A signal as to how many coins you are making is what your penguin/puffle is doing and the lights in the background. Pressing random buttons on the screen doesn't necessarily get you the most points.



A player with a Yellow Puffle playing DJ3K

Since June 26, 2009, players could buy records for the DJ3K in Game Upgrades for 75 Coins, allowing more tunes to be used in the game. The three Records, Jungle, Funky and Festival, each add different sounds. When Music Jam 2010 started, three more records were added, Desi-bel, House Blend, and Reggaetron. In October 2011, the Monster Muzak record was released as well. Although, if Penguins do not want to use any of these, they may choose the Classic Record.

As of a recent update, you can record music and play it back as your igloo's music.

It was also possible to use a Yellow Puffle in this game. When a Penguin enters the game with a Yellow Puffle, the Puffle will dance around behind the penguin and double how many coins are earned.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name
Portuguese DJ3K
French DJ3K
Spanish DJ3K
German DJ3K
Russian DJ-3000