cprewritten.net was Club Penguin Rewritten's official URL. It had several pages of content and allowed you to play the game Club Penguin Rewritten.
On February 26, 2018, it was announced that Club Penguin Rewritten would be closing permanently, including the game and website on March 4, 2018.
The website was back up on April 4, 2018.
On April 13, 2022, the staff of Club Penguin Rewritten shut down the site effective immediately due to a full request by Disney. The team has voluntarily given control over the website to the police for them to continue their copyright investigation. The site has not been relaunched since then.
On July 1, 2022, the domain expired. Going to the site gives a webpage not available error.
The domain is no longer available.
The website was a blank page with text '404'.
The site used to contain a small message given by the City of London Police, as well as their logo.
Before Seizure by London City Police
The homepage was the domain's main page. It allowed players access to the "Community" page, "Help" page, "Legal" page, the game's Twitter, and the "play" page.
The community page contained pages of content from the Club Penguin Rewritten community.
The What's New Blog was a collection of pages full of articles based on Club Penguin Rewritten updates, such as Penguin of the Week, Reviewed by You, What's Going On? and Featured Fashions. The blog and its comments were operated and reviewed by the Club Penguin Rewritten Staff.
The community page also included "Fan Art", which consists of a gallery full of original art submitted by fans. "Fun Activities", "Comics", "Wallpapers", and "Banners" were also available for viewing.
On January 26, 2019 it was redesigned to allow you to use your penguin login. This would allow you to: comment and like blog posts, and partake in the new at the time penguin polls feature.
- Before the redesign, if you clicked on the Spy Phone right next to the Lighthouse, a PSA agent would look around and then grab the Spy Phone.
- clubpenguinrewritten.pw was Club Penguin Rewritten’s original URL, but was changed to cprewritten.net to settle a complaint from Disney Interactive.