The Wiggles: Wiggle Bay

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Uninspired, disappointing software.

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Adult Written bynoelcat April 9, 2008

Wiggles Bay Rocks!

Everyone should be able to watch it!
Parent of a 4-year-old Written bystumom April 9, 2008

Brilliant music, a Mermaid, Friendly pirate, Dog, Dinosaur, beach mystery

The Wiggles music will leave children and parents humming along and if you are familiar with the Wiggles, you will enjoy seeing Magdalena the Mermaid played by... Continue reading
Teen, 15 years old Written byEngineerGaming November 19, 2020


The Wiggles WiggleBay PC Game Is An Alright Game the challenge is pretty easy and most of it is pretty boring but its fun 4 kids.

What's it about?

THE WIGGLES: WIGGLE BAY features performances from the stars of the show: the singers Jeff, Murray, Greg, and Anthony and their friends Dorothy the Dinosaur, Wags the Dog, Henry the Octopus, and Captain Feathersword. As a software activity center, Wiggle Bay allows fans to interact with the characters from the television show and hear some of the music that has made them popular.

Activities include playing tic-tac-toe, solving mazes, and piecing together jigsaw puzzles. One has children plant and water flowers.

Is it any good?

Compared with other children's software, Wiggle Bay is uninspired. These activities work -- they just aren't special. The one innovative activity, the planting game, is too difficult for the intended audience. Young children can't water the plants fast enough to keep them healthy, and thus the flowers wilt, decrease in height, and then disappear -- not a fulfilling experience.

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Game details

  • Platforms: Windows, Mac
  • Price: $19.99
  • Available online? Not available online
  • Developer: Disney Interactive
  • Release date: August 14, 2003
  • Genre: Educational
  • ESRB rating: EC
  • Last updated: August 25, 2016

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