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Wiggi Dance Academy

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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

That was awsome

It was fun, even though I would probably like it better if it was more like the dance games Dance Dance Revolution, Dancing Stage or Stepmania :) Oh well, fun!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

it's very uh... cute.

it's definitely got promise. maybe make it a little bit more accurate on the timing? maybe it's just me. lol. it's got serious style though. kudos.

Wonchop responds:

Yeah, the timing was one of the hardest aspects of this game.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not bad

This was quite good, although the keys stuck a little like someone said before.

Someone do this! Hold down space and look at this expression, it made me giggle so much XD I'm cruel but it looked like he was trying to pass a large object through his... >_> Lol...


Wonchop responds:

Oh yes, the fun to be had through intentional suckage.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


I thought this was great. My only problem was that, I struggled to get everything right, and I'm afraid that for littler kids like 6 or 7, the game is just too difficult for them. Very polished, and the voiceovers were great!

Wonchop responds:

Heh, yeah that is a concern, but it's all part of growing up I guess. Plus if they get too stuck, they might ask their parents to help and get them into it ;D.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

a little glitch

sometimes even if you press the right button, it would freak out and be wrong.