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Water! -Wiggi World Entry

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Jul 21, 2007 | 8:18 PM EDT

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Author Comments


This is my submission for the WiggiWorld Contest, hope you like it!
The exit buttons are only supposed to work on the WiggiWorld website.

Thanks for playing,

-- Fatal



Rated 5 / 5 stars


make a pause feature next time..If you had one i didnt see it..I cant stand it when i cant pause a game..when i play games at work and i have to help a customer i end up dieing...and losing all my hard work


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good but repetittive

I liked the way you made this game but after a while it just started to seem like nothing new was gonna happen.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


it was a fun game, but when you lose it doesn't show your score.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

pretty good

i like this game but some of the rocks are glitched. You get stuck in them. Fix that and it will get a 9/10


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Nice concept, some execution flaws.

Like everyone else is saying, getting stuck in the rocks sucks. What you want is a "projection" collision/reaction system instead of the simple hittest/deflection model you seem to be using. Also, I don't like the invisible wall of certian death just to the right of the town. Especially with the more powerful jet upgrades, when I'm coming in hot I need to be able to swing around in a wide arc, dodging cacti, and spiral in towards my goal.

Personally, I liked the music. The game doesn't last long enough for it to get too annoying, and it's a damn sight better than the 5 second atonal piano music MP3s they give you by default.

Some buildings around the well, and some wiggis who cheer when you deposit your water would be nice cosmetic additions.

And I agree that the arrow should point towards the fullest oasis. Weighted arrows that show the relative depth of each oasis would be nice, but trickier to program, and maybe a bit too complex for a 5 year old to read.