Club Penguin Field Op 91 Cheats
Recently, the Club Penguin team has released yet another Field Op mission in which has been assigned to all EPF Agents to complete and keep the island safe. It is rather necessary to keep Club Penguin safe for the upcoming arrival of many popular celebrities such as the stylish CeCe, the lovable Rocky, the fashionable Cadence and last but certainly not least, the beloved Penguin Band. Without further a due, I am pleased to present the wonderful Club Penguin Field Op 91 Cheats guides we have in store for you.
Club Penguin Field Op 91 Cheats Video Guide
Below is an HD YouTube video, uploaded by the one and only ClubPenguinNews08 to help us complete this week’s Field Op in a quick and efficient way:
If you would like to complete this week’s Field Op at a much slower pace, you may also follow the Club Penguin Field Op 91 Cheats text guide in which we have provided below.
Club Penguin Field Op 91 Cheats Text Guide
To begin this week’s mission, you must head over to the EPF Command Room where you will need to waddle over to a big yellow screen labeled ‘Field-Ops’. Almost immediately, another one of Gary’s helpful messages should appear on your screen.
Once you have read Gary’s orders, click ‘Accept Field-Op’ and head on over to the Lighthouse which should be properly decorated for this year’s Ultimate Jam 2012. Waddle over behind the mixing decks, located next to the huge speaker. Immediately, your Spy Phone should start blinking green. Once you have opened your Spy Phone, this week’s mission should appear. For this week’s mission, you must crack the code! You will be given five symbols, and your goal is to place the correct symbols into their ideal placement. You will be notified if your symbol and/or placement was incorrect via color. If your symbol is outlined green, your symbol is correct. If your symbol is outlined yellow, your symbol is correct but in the wrong spot. If your symbol is outlined red, this means both your symbol and placement are incorrect.
Congratulations! We have triumphed against another Field Op mission and are ready to take on any future missions Gary has planned for us. Until then, what are your thoughts on this week’s Field Op mission? Let us know in the comment section below.