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May 6, 2008

screenhog:Treasure Hunt game (by Screenhog!)

Filed under: Uncategorized — cj12297 @ 7:56 pm
Hi everyone, it’s Screenhog!

Last week we launched the Treasure Hunt game in the Captain’s Quarters of Rockhopper’s ship and from what we heard, a lot of you enjoyed it! Rockhopper is gone from Club Penguin now, and that means the game is gone too. But don’t worry, you’ll be able to play Treasure Hunt again when Rockhopper returns.

Treasure Hunt, as you all probably know, is Club Penguin’s first ever cooperative game, where you and a friend can earn coins together. Here’s some behind-the-scenes art from the game:

Those are most of the dirt tiles made for the game. Treasure Hunt is a tile-based game, which means that a lot of the art for it was broken up into square pieces that could be used as many times as the game needs them. Each tile was made separately by an artist and then another designer took the tiles and programmed each one to change on the board after each move. Cool stuff.


This is the rough art of the wood fence that surrounds the Treasure Hunt game. After this sketch, an artist put clean black lines on top of it, colored in the wood planks and then it was ready to hold all the dirt tiles!

Oh, and before I forget, thanks for all the wonderful comments about the clothing catalog! We’re glad you’re having fun with it! There are a lot of secrets in this catalog–have you found them all? There’s one that’s not an item, but it’s still pretty cool!

Until then…waddle on!

-The Club Penguin Team

By Screenhog on May 05 2008 05:59 | Comments (39)


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