About the Product
- Take on the role of an Elite Penguin Forces agent, completing top secret missions
- Earn coins while playing on the DS to use or transfer wirelessly to online accounts
- Play favorite Club Penguin mini-games such as Cart Surfer, Jet Pack Adventure and Ice Fishing
- Play brand new exclusive DS-only mini-games including Snowboarding and Dance Challenge
- Download new missions and weekly newsletters
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Kids can earn coins while playing Elite Penguin Force on their Nintendo DS, and these coins will seamlessly transfer into their online accounts via a wireless connection. Players can embark on missions that use familiar and all-new gadgets, accessories, disguises, vehicles, and locations to investigate mysterious evens in the Disney Club Penguin world.
The gameplay allows children to take on the role of a covert agent in the Elite Penguin Force and you'll complete top secret missions only available for the Nintendo DS. Your secret agent will tackle new mini-games, such as snowboarding and dance challenge, but old favorites, such as Cart Surfer, Jet Pack Adventure, and Ice Fishing, return with a twist. Although you might recognize the names of these mini-games, this version utilizes the DS stylus and unique dual-screen view for a whole new experience.
Online Interaction and Extras
Club Penguin for the Nintendo DS also includes Disney's DGamer, which allows kids to engage with other Disney gameplayers in a secure online community. Players will be able to wireless connect with the virtual Club Penguin world using the DS to unlock special features and upload coins to their online penguin personas. Plus, you'll be able to create unique 3D avatars, create a persistent profile, chat with friends, share Club Penguin accessories, earn in-game honors, unlock exclusive Disney content, and even download new missions and weekly newsletters.
Club Penguin: Elite Penguin Forces bridges the gap between your kid's online Club Penguin world and the Nintendo DS, making it possible to have fun with Club Penguin at home or on the go.
What's In the Box:
- Club Penguin: Elite Penguin Force Nintendo DS game
- Club Penguin Nintendo DS skin
- Club Penguin stylus
- Club Penguin 2500 coin card
Top Customer Reviews
"I think the game is very fun. When you get used to it, playing is more fun than you'd expect stepping down from the PC to a DS game. It is fun in lots of different ways 1) because you get to solve missions you don't see on the regular on line game. 2) You get to earn badges, get to wear stuff that helps you on your way. 3) You can help people for prizes. The code that comes with the DS game gets you 1500 coins and a spy phone for the on-line world."
For those who have never heard of Club Penguin - it's Disney's virtual on-line community for kids where Penguin shaped avatars throw snowballs, make friends, play games (such as unloading fish from trucks - I kid you not), and hang out. There are also longer structured adventures such as spy missions with more involved puzzles and detective work. Lately there's a whole hierarchical game of becoming a Ninja with card based combat (but that's on-line, not in the DS game). The DS game has spy missions that include destroying robots, train special spy puffles (the puff ball pets of the Club Penguin world), and rescue other penguins in need (and harvest the prizes the grateful saved penguins give you). There's a wireless head to head mode, but we haven't tried that yet. All in all - a real winner.
can upload 2,000 coins to online account every day
some of the missions really make you think.
The mini games are fun until you realize that the coin location in JetPack and Snow Trekker are always the same. Once you memorize them, they're not fun any more.
The dance game seems to have a bug in it. Once you get past 8 moves, it starts telling you that you made wrong moves when you didn't!
Playing with 2 DS's and one catridge is a joke. You can only play the dance game against your friend and when the game is over, your friend's DS shuts itself off and he/she has to power it back up.
There are a lot of "locked" rooms that you are never able to open and many of the rooms that you can enter might have a hidden coin or two, but nothing else for you to do.
I've tried downloading new missions, but I keep getting the same one and it's just a message - there's nothing to do.
What started off looking like it had a lot of potential to be a fun game fizzled out very quickly. Hopefully Disney is working on new mission downloads to help keep the game worth playing.
You begin with a mini-mission, followed with a meeting with Agent 'D' who leads you to Elite Penguin Force Training. The game itself is 'Top Secret', but once you complete training you'll have all access and be able to upload (to Club Penguin online) 'coins' earned by your Elite Force penguin on the DS game. You'll also be able to upload missions, or do it in the reverse and download from your online account to your DS. **This is a cool feature, as earning coins gives you more things for your penguins to play with on Club Penguin.**
NOTE: you will have to have a wireless connection between your PC and the DS to upload and download information (coins/missions) between the two.
Cute and fun, this game will entertain kids ages 6 to 16, and maybe a few adults too!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this for my daughter. Many games have violence or other yucky qualities--but not Club Penguin. It's completely kid friendly and kid fun. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lisa
I never liked club penguin but I was given this game and it sucks all you do is look around and tap on stuff and play minigames that's the whole game so enjoy this terrible game I... Read morePublished 10 months ago by william