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Club Penguin Field Ops Mission #78 Cheats Guide

A new Club Penguin Field-Op Assignment has been released today. Field-Ops Missions are challenges that change every week and they have different tasks, locations and puzzle games. The assignment #78 is the latest one, it was released on April 19. To complete the field-ops use this complete cheats guide with descriptive pictures:

First you need to login on Club Penguin and after you entered the game, if a new Field-Ops is available, the red light from your EPF phone located in lower left, above your map, should blink. Now click on the phone.

Club Penguin Field-Ops Mission #1

Your phone will get bigger on your screen and you will get a message saying:

New Field-Op Available
Report for duty at the Command Room to receive your orders.

Club Penguin Field-Ops Mission Cheats #2

You will have to click on “GO THERE” or on the EPF logo at the bottom. You can start the Field-Ops without doing this part. You would have to walk to the EPF Command Center. You should be successfully teleported to the EPF Command Room. Just go to the yellow screen in the upper right part of the room.

Club Penguin Field-Ops Mission Cheats #3

Click on it and you will receive a message from G – Technology Specialist that gives you a hint about the location of the Field-Op. Let’s see what he says:

One year ago, the Earth Day event was nearly attacked by an evil robot named Protobot. Thanks to Herbert, we stopped him. Herbert isn’t likely to attack, but we need to expect the unexpected. Provide security and scan for signals. Just in case.

Club Penguin Field-Ops Mission 78 - The Assignment

You should now go to the Snow Forts, where the Earth Day party takes place.  Climb the stairs of the improvised office in the upper right part of the screen. Now stay where I am in this picture:

Club Penguin Field-Ops Mission 78 - The Location

The EPF phone will start to blink green this time and you will have to click it to start the game.

Club Penguin Field-Ops Mission 70 - Answering the Phone

This time you will play “Location Found”. These are the instructions for this game:

Break the code! Scan symbols to find the right combination!
Green = symbol is correct
Yellow = symbol is in the wrong spot
Red = symbol is wrong

Club Penguin Field-Ops Mission 78 - Playing the Game - Signal Detected

When you finish the game you will receive a message from G – Tech Lead. This is what he says:

Well done, Agent. You’ve picked up and unusual signal… The message is blank, but it’s definitively encrypted. Why would someone send a blank message? This is very strange. Stay on alert – this may be an important clue.

Club Penguin Field-Ops Mission 78 - Receive the medal

Click “OK” and the mission is done. You just earned another medal that you can use to get EPF equipment.

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