Well, let's do a comparison:Pets:
In Club Penguin
, there are puffles you actually have to care for, and they run away if you don't. Certain puffles can join you in certain games when you walk them while going to that game. (Like, purple puffles join you in Dance Contest because they like to dance, red puffles join you in Catchin' Waves because they like adventure, etc.) And you can actually NAME THEM. Anyone who owns a puffle can walk their puffle. Nonmembers can get two different puffles; Blue and red. As of now, there are 9 different puffles.
, pets are collectable like Pokemon. You can choose between displaying them like trophies in your barn, or put them in your home to care for them. If you win more than 10 games with them, they'll have a medal floating over their head wherever they are. And they hatch from eggs. You can't name them. Only members can walk them, even though nons can own them.
And there are what, 35 different pets to collect? My number may be a little off, but whatever. The point is that there is a lot. You can take them into minigames specifically designed for them.
There's also this creature arena, where you TURN INTO a creature you bought. I must admit that I considered this the pet feature of Fantage until those collectible pets came.Who's better when it comes to Pets?
Club Penguin, no doubt.Achievement system:
In Club Penguin
, they've recently released Stamps. You get Stamps for doing certain things, and if you get all the stamps for a game, you get a 2x bonus when you get rewarded with coins. (I have that bonus for Cart Surfer, now it's much easier for me to earn coins!
Members can decorate their stamp book however they want, with up to 6 of their stamps/pins/mission medals to put on.
Unfortunately, the release of stamps had a side effect: Nonmembers can't play more than a couple of levels of some games they used to be able to play the full version of. Why? Because members needed member-only stamps. -_-
, you get medals. Everyone here probably know how medals work. You get levels from them, and of course, members are able to get more. (But as I've taken advantage of the medals nons can earn, I've got the whopping high nonmember level of 75.
) You get to display them on your IDfone.Who's better when it comes to the Achievement system?
Your mileage may vary on this one, honestly. Age:
Club Penguin launched 24th October 2005. My penguin joined 17th June 2006, which makes my penguin
OLDER THAN FANTAGE. Whew, imagine that.
As for Fantage, I have no idea about their launch date. But I know it launched sometime in 2008, though. Which makes it younger than Club Penguin.Missions:
In Club Penguin, there was a Penguin
which had missions. Pretty awesome missions too, and they were challenging(Unless you used a walkthrough). At the end, you got a medal item. There are some side missions too, and you get a gift at the end for doing more than you were supposed to.
- Click here to see the first and last Club Penguin mission:
Now, good old PSA has exploded due to that wicked Herbert sneaking a popcorn bomb inside the HQ, and the now less-secret E
orce has taken over. Now, there is a mini-mission every week, you earn some kind of currency called "Medals" from them(one per field-op). You can get some pretty nifty agent stuff in exchange for them if you're a member. If you're a non, you can get a... I dunno really what it is, but at least there's something for nons.
To join this special agent thing, you'll have to pass a test. For PSA, you used to answer some questions once your penguin turned 30 days old, and POOF! You're an agent, with a spy phone and access to HQ. When I became a secret agent back in 2006, I had to log out and log in again to see if I had answered every question correctly. Back then, I thought it was SOO COOL. But as time went by, almost every penguin was a "secret" agent, and everyone knew about it. People even said that they were one. It wasn't so cool anymore. Then the HQ(and Sport Shop) exploded, and EPF stepped in, and now you have to get invited by somebody anonymous to become an agent. Then you have to pass a practical test.
In Fantage, missions are done all over the Fantage world itself. Well, except for the last one, which was awful. And way too short. You barely did anything. But all the other ones? Those were decent. But they pretty much followed the same pattern; look for something, find the villain, eventually do a minigame. At least that was my impression. Everyone is an agent automatically, at least that I know of. Only members get medals from most missions. Nons only get a medal from the first one.Who's better when it comes to missions?
Club Penguin rules over Fantage at this area, no doubt.Non-Membership?
In Club Penguin
, non-members get:
- Party items
- Pins and flag pins
- Up to two puffles; former members gets to keep their puffles
- Some of the stamps
- Card-Jitsu belts and the ninja mask; become a ninja
- A few mission items; all medals you get from missions
- Play most games
- Earn coins
- Get to wear coin-code items
- Visit almost every room, except for some party rooms and Fire and Water dojos
- Become an EPF agent
- An unfurnishable igloo to keep their puffle in
Of course, the catch phrase for membership is "Membership means More".
, nons get:
- Buy a few non-member items from each catalog
- Get Rare items from Wizard's Domain
- Play every game
- Earn Stars
- Earn a few medals
- Level up
- Two moodies
- Half of the creatures(not pets, creatures
- Furnish their
home with a few non-member furniture
- Two ugly Pebbles
- Any item, as long as they have the eCoins for it
add more when I think of it.
And...Gah, this got longer than expected. I hope nobody went all tl;dr on me. My point? They're pretty equal. But I like Club Penguin better, honestly.
You call Fantage realistic? With its pet-collecting and hoverboards? Changing your friggin' HAIR whenever you want? Fantage is useless, too. But they both exist for one reason: That kids should have some FUN. Fun is useless, but it's fun anyway.
- racchel2107 wrote:
- ya club penguin is useless because the only thing you see is penguins wobbling everywhere
i vote for fantage at least its more realistic then club penguins theres only penguins whats so cool bout that!?
And to answer your question, penguins are cool. At least for some people, like me. In fact, they're my favorite animal, even before I joined CP. And that was why I joined it, because of the penguins and the ability to meet other people.