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Aug 9, 2007 | 4:49 PM EDT

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I know its hard to believe, but here is another submission for the wiggi world contest. Basically, you are helping the wiggis sort their e-mail by placing mail in bins that correspond to the color of their stamps. If their is no stamp then let it be returned to the sender. I hope that the game isn't too easy, to hard, too boring, or unappreciated =D. Credit goes to Sakupen for "Walk Smash Walk" which is used in this game.

Added level select at the beginning of the game for those of you who are too good for the first 4 or 9 levels.



Rated 1 / 5 stars


soo stupid..


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Invaderzim here me here me i will save all thw wiggias you son of a bitch With voting power you dumbass!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

yay wiggi

good childrens thing but it doesn't change or get harder good work tho


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

kill kill kill

wiggi world makers here me out i will kill wiggi world and it will be blamed look at all the reviews for wiggi world games and i willl be there killing it


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


GOOD: It's a good Wiggi World entry I must say. It was enjoyable once it got speeding up and I'm sure the kids would enjoy this.

BAD: A little slow at the beginning.

IMPROVEMENT: Two things I would do to improve this: I would add in some better character movement animation and make him look like he's being rushed like one of the other reviews said. The next thing is add in a little page that explains stuff about E-Mails for some education for the children. They could learn a thing or two from having this information page on this game.

OVERALL: It was a promising game that started out slow but became more enjoyable once it sped up. Good luck on the Wiggi World contest.

twinbande responds:

Thanks for the advice. I'll update the animation tonight. In addition, i'll let the user chose to start on lvl 1, 5, or 10, if they need more of a challenge. The e-mail education is a good idea too. Thanks again for the input.