History of Club Penguin (2000-2007)

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History of Club Penguin
Founding of Club Penguin, 2000–2007
Expansion Era, 2008–2011
Present Era, 2012–present

The history of Club Penguin from 2000 through 2007 covers the beginning of Club Penguin's modern era, from it's resettlement in 2000 under the United States of Antarctica, to the opening of Club Penguin, and the end of CP's beginning "phase" in 2007.

In 2000, Penguin Island was settled under the young United States of Antarctica, after the end of the Antarctic Revolution. In 2001, The Club moved from South Pole City to the island, building it up to modern standards and getting it incorporated in the new nation. Up until 2005, The Club worked on building the island into something fantastic, and they did. From 2001 to 2005 the Penguin Chat program ran, to try and attract more residents. Behind the scenes, it was also the host to CP's Server tests.

On October 24th, 2005, the island was officially rededicated as Club Penguin Island, and was the first place in Antarctica to have functional Servers. Through 2007, the island focused on slow building, attracting new citizens, and making life better for those that were already there.


The Club's landing[edit]

Penguin Chat program[edit]

Club Penguin[edit]