|July–December 2000||2003–2005||March–October 2005||2005–2007||2007–2008||2008–2012||2012–2017|
Experimental Penguins was the oldest known Club Penguin prototype. RocketSnail Games developed the game. It was released on July 30, 2000 and later closed in December.
On February 3, 2003 the game was released as Penguin Chat which included lots of more features than Experimental Penguins. The game was closed in October 2005.
Penguin Chat 3
On March 31, 2005, Penguin Chat 3 was released and became the final version to create the virtual world. On October 28, the game was officially closed 4 days after Club Penguin was released. New Horizon Interactive Studios supported to RocketSnail Games in developing the new version of Penguin Chat 3.
Club Penguin was released as a beta testing on August 22, 2005, but 2 hours later, it was shut down. Shortly after, the game was released officially on October 24.
On August 1, 2007, The Walt Disney Company bought Club Penguin. In December, the logo had minor changes; the byline which says "Part of the Walt Disney Company" was added underneath the logo so that the players realized what happened and a large line of color behind the logo was also removed.
In April 2008, the blue outline in the logo became a bit brighter. Also, the byline was summarized by the Disney logo, which has the same color as the outline.
On October 24, 2012, the logo was updated to a more "sleeker" look in honor of Club Penguin's 7th anniversary. The Disney logo's color scheme was transferred into a white-shadowed variation, and the words "Club" and "Penguin" have different textures. The game shut down on March 30, 2017 at 12:01am, making room for Club Penguin Island. However, that game closed on December 20, 2018, bringing to an end of the Club Penguin world.