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Puffle Paddle gameplay.
|Minigame Location|| Snow Forts (2007-2009)|
Pirate Park (2014-2015)
Igloo (2014, if the player has the Puffle Paddle Booth)
|Date released|| September 2007|
Puffle Paddle was a popular game during The Fairs. It was located at the Pirate Park during The Fair 2014 and 2015. It was back on September 21, 2011 for The Fair 2011, on September 19, 2012 for The Fair 2012, on February 19, 2014 for The Fair 2014 and on May 20, 2015 for The Fair 2015. Members could buy the game booth and play in their own igloo only during The Fair 2014. The main concept was to keep puffles in the air using a table tennis paddle (or a boat oar for The Fair 2014 and 2015).
Players must try to keep all of the puffles in the air using a table tennis paddle(2007-2012) or a boat oar (2014-2015). Keeping the same puffle in the air longer increases the player's score. As the player earns points, more puffles are introduced and must be juggled simultaneously. During the Fall Fair 2008, the Yellow Puffle was introduced into the game. The Fall Fair 2009 did not introduce the White Puffle, but the White Puffle was introduced in 2010. It was back on September 21, 2011 for The Fair 2011 with the Orange Puffle and Brown Puffle introduced. It was back on September 19, 2012 for The Fair 2012.
Club Penguin: Game Day
Main Article: Puffle Paddle (Wii)
Puffle Paddle is one of the many games in Club Penguin: Game Day. Just like in the online version, players use the paddle to keep up the puffles. Features unique to the Wii version include power-ups and a multiplayer mode where penguins play simultaneously.
- From the Fall Fair 2007 to The Fair 2009 the game was at the Snow Forts, however for The Fair 2010, 2011 and 2012 it was at the Forest.
- This is PH's favorite game.
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