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Wiggi Dance Academy

rated 3.70 / 5 stars
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Aug 9, 2007 | 4:45 PM EDT

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Arrow Keys: Up, Down, Left and Right dance moves
Space Bar: Jump dance move

For optimum play, try not to have too many windows open, and if you're using the AOL Browser, it's best to watch this using another browser like Firefox or Internet Explorer. Otherwise the sound may lag at some points throwing you off.

This is my entry to the WiggiWorld Arcade competition. While it's targeted at kids, it also has challenge so that the mainstream NG audience will enjoy it too.
Inspired by the game, Space Channel 5, the aim of the game is to listen closely to your instructor's dance moves, and then repeat them in time to the music when it's your turn, using the Arrow Keys and the Space Bar. PLEASE WATCH THE TUTORIAL BEFORE YOU PLAY!

Much <3 to Kylee (SonicRocksMySocks) for providing swell voiceovers.
Hope you enjoy!



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


The controls wouldn't work. I don't think it was me, i did as the girl told me and it still didn't do the moves.

Wonchop responds:

You need to do it in time to the music, based on when she did hers.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

okay I guess

It was okay nothing too Amazing though. Voice Acting was Great and Animation was good. I just didn't like the timeing cause if you were off just a little secound you don't get it. That was basically the hard part.

Wonchop responds:

Hyus. =( Just imagine what it's like for the coder.


Rated 3 / 5 stars


Okay, I'm probably not the target audience for this game, but it is unbelievably cheesy. The timing is off as well. The style is very bright and poppy, and it's pleasing to the eye.

I personally can't handle that much cute, but it should be fun for the young'uns.

Wonchop responds:

And to think if I had added huge blushing cheeks and giant anime eyes your head would've exploded.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Where IS the challenge?

It's an okay game, but as far as I can tell, the only challenge is telling when the game wants you to repeat a sequence or carry on a rythm. You know, the single command ones completely throw you off because you have to finish off a two-move part rather than mirroring whatyour instructor tells you. And for that, the game kinda sucks.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Not bad. It's almost identical to the dance mini game from the DS game Feel the Magic XY/XX and I'm pretty good at that, so I did well here too. The main problem I had was the players voice. The instructor's voice was in perfect sync with the dance move, but the player voice was about a half-second behind pushing the button. Which threw me off quite a few times.