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Add-In

A CuP add-in is an application or hack/cheat which can be used once downloaded to the Add-In manager. Add-Ins can be downloaded from the CuP Store.

Unlike previous trainers like Penguin Storm, add-ins are usually created by the community and not only by the CuP team. There are tutorials available for coders on how to create Add-Ins on dev.cloudpengu.in.

Add-In features

A CuP add-in helps us do various unavailable tasks in CuP such as adding unavailable (patched items), editing your penguins name, size, opacity and blend (client-sided!), walking on walls, hacking coins, etc. Some add-ins are client-sided, which means only the user can see it. Examples of client-sided features are walking on walls, having the Party Hat, and changing your penguins size and name.

Other features are server-sided, which means that everyone in the game can see their effects. Examples of these features are: perming unpatched items (others can see the items) and teleporting to rooms by ID.

Verification

In order to ensure an add-in will not cause any problems to an users account (mostly bans) a verification process was created. The code of user-submitted add-ins will be inspected and checked by the CuP team, and if an add-in was found to be dangerous, it may be rejected or removed. There are 3 stages:

  • S2 Pending - The add-in was submitted successfully to the store and is awaiting verification.
  • Verified Verified - The add-in was verified by the CuP team and no harmful code was found.
  • S3 Rejected - The add-in was reviewed by the CuP team and rejected due to harmful code or some code that has a high risk of banning being found.
  • Action stop Removed - (this does not show in the store) Add-Ins may also be removed by the add-ins' creator because they do not work/serve no purpose (e.g. CP Welcomer) or because they are obsolete and have been replaced by a succeeding add-in (e.g. Penguin Rotator) or because the CuP team considered the add-in too dangerous to be just rejected.

It is highly recommended to not use rejected add-ins, as there is a high risk they may ban your account. It is also suggested that if you still want to try or use these add-ins, you must do that on a spare or test account, and not on your main account.

Before CuP 1.3 if you tried to install a pending or rejected add-in, you had to wait 10 seconds to install it, whereas verified add-ins could be installed instantly.

How to install CuP add-ins

For CuP 1.0 and 1.1:

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Step 1

  1. Launch Cloud Penguin. Log in to your CuP account.
  2. Go to the CuP store at store.cloudpengu.in
  3. Choose the add-in you want to use. Click Install. You can also remove add-ins here, or through the Add-In Manager.
  4. Open the add-in manager after logging in in your CuP account. Now choose the add-in you want to use by double clicking it, or by right-clicking it and selecting Run.
  5. Use and enjoy!

For CuP 1.2:

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  1. Launch Cloud Penguin. Log in to your CuP account.
  2. Click on the "CuP Store" option located at the top menu.
  3. Choose the add-in you want to use. Click Install. You can also remove add-ins here, or through the Add-In Manager.
  4. Open the add-in manager after logging in in your CuP account. Now choose the add-in you want to use by double clicking it, or by right-clicking it and selecting Run.
  5. Use and enjoy!

Since February 22nd, the CuP Store is not available via web anymore.

For CuP 1.3:

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  1. Launch Cloud Penguin. Log in to your CuP account.
  2. Click on the "CuP Store" option located at the top menu.
  3. Choose the add-in you want to use. Click Install. You can remove add-ins through the Add-In Manager.
  4. Open the add-in manager after logging in in your CuP account. Now choose the add-in you want to use by double clicking it, or by right-clicking it and selecting Run.
  5. Use and enjoy!

List of add-ins

CuP icon Warning:

As add-ins continuously get added, removed or change statusses it is likely this list may be out of date. If so, please update it.

Verified

Awaiting verification (pending)

Rejected

Removed

In development/unreleased

Add-In Information

Additional information must be provided. Right-click an add-in, then click About for brief information. The icon of an add-in is always 64x64. For further information about add-ins, please browse our articles.

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