This page is about a feature that is currently in development for Club Penguin Rewritten's HTML5 client.
Puffles are small, round, furry creatures in Club Penguin Rewritten. There are various types of puffles, each with different colors and personalities.
Certain puffles can also be taken into games, for example, Red Puffles can be taken into Catchin' Waves. To know what games each puffle plays, check their 'favorite games' in the Adopt A Puffle catalog.
On August 21, 2020, stu confirmed that the puffles would be receiving an updated design to their modern version in order to fit in with the games' art style. Furthermore, various sneak peeks of the Grey Puffle's updated look have been posted on the Discord Server and the What's New Blog.
Puffles have rough cut fur and generic facial expressions. They have eyes and a mouth, but do not have noses.
List of Puffles
|Image||Color||Date of introduction|
|Blue||February 12, 2017|
|White||February 27, 2017|
|Brown||August 30, 2017|
|Grey||April 26, 2019|
- Puffle Parties are parties based around puffles.
- Previously you could not remove puffles from your igloo once you had adopted them. Since October 10, 2018, puffles can now run away from your Igloo if neglected for too long.
- There was also an early bug where a puffle's health bars would decrease at abnormal pace even after just caring for them. This has since been fixed.
- Gold Puffles and Rainbow Puffles were originally going to be in Club Penguin Rewritten, but they were scrapped.
- Stu has a unique Green Puffle named Stu Jr. It has its own custom animations and holds a hammer with Stu's name on it.
- The Brown Puffle appeared in Puffle Roundup before it was officially released.
- Puffles are featured in five games: Puffle Launch, Puffle Rescue (Blue, Pink and Black Puffles), Thin Ice (Black Puffle), Pufflescape and Puffle Roundup. They are also featured in PSA Missions. They were also featured in exclusive party games such as Balloon Pop, Feed-A-Puffle, Memory Card Game, Puffle Paddle, Puffle Shuffle and Puffle Soaker.