Saturday, March 25, 2017

The History of Bits and Bolts

What is up CP Fans, Crzypengu here with the latest updates. We only have less than a month left to experience the desktop version of Club Penguin and throughout the Month of March I will be putting out a new piece of History about every single mini-game that is on Club Penguin and today we will be having a look at the game Bits and Bolts.

Bits and Bolts is a mini-game that was released on March 28, 2011 and can be found in the Arcade on Club Penguin. The game is a robot building game and the player will have to clear the blocks as fast possible. In order to clear these blocks you will have to look at the number on the blue target which is over the cursor's role and you must click on the blocks that will match the number on that target. Of course after you clear all of the blocks then you will be able to advance to the next level and the amount of bolts on each of the blocks and number you need will increase over time. A game will end if the blocks reach to the top of the screen and if you fail to choose the correct number added together or take too much time finding the answer then more blocks will be added to the top. A side objective of the game asks you to only use the blocks it asks you for which will help create a robot and once it is created then it will go back to smaller numbers. The game was first announced by the Club Penguin Team in a post from the What's New Blog on March 22, 2011 where it was supposed to be released the next day, but was instead released on March 28. Of course this game is not very popular most likely because of how difficult it is as it requires a lot of thinking to complete. This game only allows non-members to play until level 5 in which Members can play for an infinite amount of levels. This was also the first mini-game on Club Penguin to use ActionScript 3 where all the previous games were made with ActionScript 2.

Thank you all so much for reading about the History of Club Penguin's mini-game Bits and Bolts. I know not many people enjoy playing this game on Club Penguin, but it has to be one of my top favorite games on the island as I love the math behind it and learning how to calculate solutions faster. Anyways enjoy the gameplay that can be found below and until next time this is Crzypengu saying Waddle On!

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