Disney has just released Club Penguin Puffle Wild on iOS. And with the new game, the entertainment giant has introduced a new free-to-play system.
Based on Disney’s wildly popular Club Penguin virtual world for kids, Club Penguin Puffle Wild is a match-three puzzle game that challenges you to conquer the wilds with powerful creatures called puffles.
Apparently in extended response to the backlash it received with its alleged pay-to-win approach in Where’s My Water? 2, Disney has come up with a friendlier free-to-play model in Club Penguin Puffle Wild.
As noted by PocketGamer.biz, the new system is tied with Club Penguin subscriptions, enabling Club Penguin subscribers, who pay $6 per month, to have full access to the game.
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But if you’re a non-subscriber and you don’t want to pay, you can still enjoy the game by playing just over 60 levels with the help of a blue puffle.
But if you’re a non-subscriber and you don’t mind paying, you can take advantage of in-app purchases to unlock 13 bonus levels, be able to collect puffles, and take the creatures to the Club Penguin app.
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