CP Knowledge: Jet Pack Adventure

Welcome to another post of the series CP Knowledge. This is a series where I will talk about every single minigame on Club Penguin, continuing today with Jet pack Adventure. The posts include how you play the game, its history, stamps, trivia, and a personal review of the game! Hope you enjoy it!


Jet Pack Adventure is a single-player minigame that can be accessed through the Beacon. The penguin travels from location to location using a jetpack, collecting floating coins along the way. There are five levels to fly through, but making all the way requires a very skilled flyer. To complete a level you – of course – have to not crash. Crashing is equivalent to running out of fuel. Whilst flying, there is a fuel bar on the top left of the screen. Flying straight up using the arrow up key, or up and sideways using both up and left/right will waste tons of fuel and is not recommended. Flying sideways requires less fuel, but that implies that you’ll also fall slightly down. Holding down the down arrow key will make you fall straight down, or down and sideways if you combine down and left/right, both ways waste no fuel.

   If you do run out of fuel, fear not. You have an extra jetpack that’ll save you. You can also find four extra jetpacks hidden along the way. There are also lots of fuel cans to pick up. There are unfortunately not only good things to find though, as for there are also obstacles a bit of everywhere. Anvils, coffee bags, sharks, whales, Fluffy the Fish, buoys, Wind Generator 3000s, windmills, hot air balloons, penguins throwing snowballs, and pine trees. Naturally, the sharks, buoys, whales, and Fluffy are only seen when you fly right above the water. The anvils and coffee bags are held up by balloons, as are all fuel cans. Hitting an obstacle or a wall will result in losing a bit of fuel. If you run completely out of fuel, a short cutscene shows the penguin falling and landing on the ground with their parachute. 


As I mentioned earlier, there are five levels. The first level starts at the top of the Lighthouse, you’ll then fly over some forest and land on top of the Night Club. The second level continues from the Night Club to the Pizza Parlor, passing by the Town, Snow Forts, and Plaza. At the end of level three, you’ll land at the beginning of a cave that is located somewhere around the Underground Pool. All of level four and five are then played inside of that, very big and slim, cave. At the start of each level, your fuel bar will thankfully fill up to 100 %, no matter how much you ended with. 


Jet Pack Adventure was one of the early games of Club Penguin and was released on November 6, 2006. The game got its first update on March 3, 2008, including an exit button that allowed you to leave the game at any time, and the Stage was added to the Plaza. The game was originally playable by everyone, but on July 26, 2010, that would change. With the addition of stamps and a new home screen, only the first level was playable for non-members. From September 13, 2010, and forth, your green puffle is allowed to fly with you and can collect coins and fuel cans. 


After each level, your screen will say “LEVEL COMPLETE”, show how many coins you collected, and also your fuel bonus. If you have 100 % of your fuel left, you’ll receive fifty coins, if you, on the other hand, don’t have any fuel left you won’t get the bonus.

   Unfortunately, I have no idea what’s the maximum amount of coins you can collect, you are very welcome to try and count for yourself though! And if you happen to find an answer, don’t forget to comment!


There are eighteen stamps for Jetpack Adventure. Three of which are easy, eight are medium, five are hard, and two are of the difficulty extreme. 



  • After the game, you will spawn in whatever room you were flying above. Reaching level five means you’ll end up in the Mine
  • Although they are most often relatively hidden, there are some coins worth five and ten coins.
  • There is a “Come play Jetpack Adventure” postcard. 
  • If you complete the game without collecting any coins, a picture will appear saying “Congratulations! You are a highly skilled pilot. For your extraordinary skill you have been rewarded a 1000 coin bonus!”. 
  • In the book The Spice of Life, the coin secret was mentioned by Smulley’s neighbour. 
  • Some launch pads are visible on the map. 
  • There is a comic about the penguins that always throw snowballs at you called “We just do”. 
  • Jetpack Adventure is the green puffle’s favourite game. 
  • Level one is the only level to not feature a 1-up, and that’s probably because you shouldn’t need one. 
  • Level 4 has the most fuel cans, with seven of them.
  • When Gary the Gadget Guy was interviewed for The Penguin Times, he said the floating coins in the game have a helium coated alloy “which allows small metal objects to float”. 


I love this game, a lot. Now, I know I’ve said this many times before, but this is one of my favourite games. I just like all Club Penguin games okay don’t blame me. The stamps are honestly hard to get, and the game involves some strategy. You have to think about what route you’re going to take, at least if you want to get some coins. I genuinely don’t have a clue on what could make this game better. Therefore, I’ll give Jetpack Adventure a 10/10. 

Did I miss anything? What do you think of Jet Pack Adventure? Comment below!

That’s all for me today, hope you enjoyed this post! See ya next time!


One Response

  1. Discord:victini

    Really entertaining,one day I can play one of these 😉

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