Our inner-child is screaming right now because the iconic Club Penguin is back, and has already amassed a whopping 6 million users.

But, the reboot isn't even the best part. Keep scrolling for the full story...

Club Penguin truly sums up most our of childhoods...

Running home from school and logging into the site was the highlight of most of our days.

And at times like these...

Many of us wished we had something like Club Penguin back in our lives... just to pass the time!

Here in America, we are practicing the art of "social distancing."

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And, boy, are we struggling.

These social distancing measures have been imposed to prevent the further spread of COVID-19.

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Because, in case you haven't heard, we are currently in the midst of a global pandemic.

COVID-19 has been spreading across the globe at an alarming rate...

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Leaving world leaders with little choice but to impose lockdowns upon their countries.

And, by socially distancing and isolating ourselves from others...

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We can hopefully delay and prevent catching and spreading the potentially deadly virus.

Millions are currently self-isolating within their homes...

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Thus leaving our streets, which once buzzed with life and energy, completely deserted.

And this could go on for quite some time.

Over the weekend, President Trump announced that the federal guidelines on social distancing have been extended for at least another thirty days.

So, folks, we could be quarantined for quite some time.

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People are already losing their minds having been cooped up in the house for days on end, so this news has come to the dismay of many.

So, with this update...

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Many have been hastily looking for new ways to stay entertained.

Most of us have already ticked off most of the typical stay-at-home entertainment methods.

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Deep-cleaning the house, rearranging the furniture, watching all the Netflix... You name it, we've tried it.

And many have been getting imaginative with their time-killing techniques.

Who knew that making your pet cat jump over toilet roll towers could be so entertaining?

But most have been going back to their roots.

Many of us have been digging out the old childhood classics from the basement to put an end to those quarantine woes. Another game of Monopoly, anyone?

Well, the team over at Club Penguin have come to the rescue...

Why? Because the iconic site has rebooted.

They've fully transformed their website...

"We have updated our website! We are preparing for the new era Club Penguin Online is about to enter – and the website transformation is just the beginning," the team tweeted.

And it seems the game is already proving very popular...

With many of us stuck inside, the site amassed a staggering 6 million users already.

Lance Priebe, one of the co-founders of the original Club Penguin has a theory on why so many people are coming back.

Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, he said: “For most of the kids that are coming back, Club Penguin was where they found their friends. "There’s a strong connection there when you have your friendships, your community, your circle. It’s important to reconnect with it, especially with that change of life right now."

He continued:

“It’s still their home. It’s still their tree fort and playground. It’s still their place. The penguins just all grew up."

As soon as the news reached Twitter, the site exploded with reactions...

"i’m really out here playing club penguin at 3am."

But the best part about the whole thing is this...

Club Penguin has decided to scrap the previous $3.71 membership fee, meaning it's now completely free. Check out the site here. Sign us up... This isn't the only piece of good news we've received as Sims has now reduced the price of its games. Keep scrolling for the full story...