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Aug 9, 2007 | 12:51 AM EDT

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Author Comments

This is my submission to the Wiggi World competition. It is designed for kids 5-12. The instructions are in the game, but the idea is simple. Both players choose a Wiggy. Each player then takes turns asking questions about the other player's Wiggy. The player who discovers his opponent's Wiggy first wins. Score higher by guessing your opponent's Wiggy quicker. Most of all, just enjoy.

Reviews


shootistshootist

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 13, 2010

fun game

i liked it.



seekerofthestarsseekerofthestars

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 19, 2007

Great

Really cute game, good for kids. I like the pop ups about winning, losing and cheating. Nicely done. I know its simple but it is aimed at kids.



Absolute-LinknightAbsolute-Linknight

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 12, 2007

Yeah no bragging that's a good rule

Because bragging is stupid
Now Boasting is fun!
When you beat someone and say "Yeah!! I beat your ass!!"
That's boasting because Boasting = you can back it up
Bragging = Saying something without proof.
Since you did beat them
You're boasting because it's the truth =D

Boasting when a game is won is mandatory!
Why? Because it gets the opponent pissed making them fight you better next time! Or gets them in a blind rage in which they attack you....both are fun though.



xxfiredragonxxxxfiredragonxx

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars August 12, 2007

nice concept.

its been a wile since i played "guess who" good memories lol.

only issue i have with it is the music, got on my nerves after a wile and may annoy some of the younger audience. maybe add a music chooser with some softer music for the children.

a good suggestion for a later game, how about a 2 player hotseat mode? could be fun for siblings or to play with parents.


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chokingonzombieschokingonzombies

Rated 4 / 5 stars August 9, 2007

in single player you can see your opponent

kids may or may not catch it, but when it goes to the computers turn you can see their character/wiggi person


TheLostGuru responds:

really? I haven't ever noticed this, and it's definately not supposed to be that way. Can you PM me and tell me exactly how and when this occurs. Thanks!