This game is absolutely adorable!! Our toddler LOVES it! She always asks to play it. She's 2 and can just about play the game correctly. The game is very easy to assemble. You just attach the head to the body and the body to the base and you are ready to go! It does take batteries. Push the green button on the front and you are playing. The base is kind of small, so it's awkward for 4 people to fit around where the base is and play, but for just the 3 of us, or 4 small kids, it's fine for now. I would recommend playing this either on a floor or putting it in a shallow box if on the table as the balls fall off and roll everywhere. Otherwise, it's no problem. I also like this game because I think it helps with hand/eye coordination. Giggle Wiggle moves and requires you to be able to gently place the balls on his arms. Also, it helps kids learn strategy as they have to figure out how to get the balls on there before it moves. If you are looking for an easy game for your little ones to play that is fun and keeps them occupied, this is it!
About This Item
Giggle Wiggle Game by Goliath Games:
- A fun, active challenge that will have your kid dancing while he plays
- Wiggles and plays music
- Good for hand-to-eye coordination and motor skills
- Requires three AA batteries, not included
- Intended for 2 to 4 players
- For ages 4 and up
Players race to place their colored marbles from the bottom to the top!, For 2-4 players ages 4 and up, Wiggle will try to drop the marbles, players must keep going
|Manufacturer Part Number|
|Assembled Product Weight|
2 - 7 Years
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
3.50 x 10.50 x 10.50 Inches
What a cute wiggly giggly game!
The new Giggle Wiggle is a fun entertaining game that parents and kids alike will love! Not only is it challenging, but it's silly and fun! It plays cute, upbeat music that the caterpillar dances to while you try to put the colored balls into his hands. It is super easy to assemble as all you do is pop the pieces together, and pick which color you want his bow tie to be. My boys chose to have his bow tie be orange. It is just a sticker to put onto his neck. His eyes are also a sticker to apply. It is suggested for four years and up and I would even say that it is challenging for an adult and older child. My three year old did play with my nine year old and I, and it was fun and made us all laugh. You can choose from yellow, purple, red, and blue small balls. He wiggles his body in a wave like pattern and turns his body around after a few moments of music which adds the challenging factor of getting all your colored balls onto his hands. First one to get all onto his hands wins! It is easy to turn on and off at the push of a button. It would be a fun family night game or a game for kids to play together. I would highly recommend!
Cute game lots of fun
This game is fun for the whole family of all ages. It only took us five minutes to snap it together,put the stickers on and insert three AA batteries. It measures 14 inches tall by 10 inches wide and it's made of plastic. Four people can play together or less. The age to safely play is ages 4 and up, because of small parts. The object of the game is to get all your colored marbles on the caterpillars feet and hands while he wiggles and twists to the music before the other person wins. The caterpillar will sway,spin and twists to the music while you try to place the marbles on his hands and feet, some of the marbles will fly off and you have to put them back on the caterpillars hand.. He will try to knock your marbles off, you just pick the marbles up and keep racing. We had so much fun as a family playing this game. I only wish it had a on\switch on the batteries because the music was playing in the box.It does have an on\off switch for the music . This is so much fun, I highly recommend this game.
Fun and colerful! Great for the whole family!
Received my Giggle Wiggle Game (4 Player) set today. It comes in a bright nice box. It has 3 parts that are super easy to assemble. After assembled, it looks like a cute caterpillar. It even comes with 3 AA batteries so no need to go buy any! It has a bag of multicolored balls. There are 7 sets of multicolored balls .. four colors- yellow, purple, red, and blue. I was thinking it might just an ordinary easy game. Boy was I wrong!! The object of the game is for you and your friends to quickly race to the top by placing your colored marbles starting from the bottom row of his hands all the way up to the top as he wiggles to the fun music. He will try to knock your marbles off as you are playing, but if he does… just pick them up and keep on racing! The first player to get all their marbles on in a row WINS! It t t is not as easy at it looks! He turns and jiggles so it's challenging to put the ball son and them stay on. We played for hours! So much fun! Some of us was paying too much attention to the other player.. HA! Game is for two to four players, ages 4 and up. However my 3 year played and had a lot of fun!
I received this Giggle Wiggle game as part of the Spark Reviewer program. In exchange for the game I agreed to give my thoughts and opinions on this product.
My 4 year granddaughter was here when It was opened and her eyes lit up when she seen the caterpillar come out of the box. It does dome in 3 pieces and you must attach the stickers. No difficulty at all putting the game together. I do feel the plastic piece that attaches to the head will become weak and break after numerous assembly/disassembly for storage purposes.
The game plays music when it is turned on. It's very catchy music at first but I will say that It got very annoying after a few minutes. Even the kids made this comment after a few minutes of the music playing. The caterpillar has a cute little giggle and I told my granddaughter that he was laughing at us dropping the plastic marbles. She found it very entertaining. It was easy for her to play. I also had two other grandchildren over, ages 8-10 on another day. They both were entertained with it but they weren't as excited as the younger child. It was hard to keep them entertained with for any length of time though. It was a little more challenging and fun for the younger child. I would not recommend it for older kids at all. They were easily bored with it. I think 4-5 is the perfect age for this game.
Giggle Wiggle Game
I picked this for my review thinking it would be fun to play with when my grandkids would come over. They love it I however am a nervous Grandma and was surprised by all the small pieces. Warning Choking hazard Small parts and marbles Not for children under 3....Recommended 4 + 2-4 players . I would use adult super vision ... You will receive the batteries that go with this the items shown in picture and instructions. 1 giggle Wiggle Caterpillar , 1 Giggle Wiggle Base and 28 colored marbles 1 sticker sheet. This sort of reminds me of the critter ants in the pants. He or she is rather cute .The object of the game to be the first player to place all of your colored balls on your section of Giggle Wiggle Hands .And as the title states he will giggle and wiggle as you try to win ..BE Fast be care full because he is going to wiggle and you both will giggle Wiggle is a cute caterpillar with hands and feet. Its a twisting turning race to the top game .He will try to knock off your marbles if he does just pick them up and keep on racing ! Game by Goliath . Takes about 10 minutes to complete the game .Have fun as this toy is made to last when properly taking care of ....
Good for a quick game
I received this game for free for purpose of reviewing it. The game comes pretty much assembled you only need to add a few stickers and put the body into the base after installing 3 AA batteries that are not supplied. The Giggle Wiggle game is played on a caterpillar with four rows of seven hands. The object of the game is to quickly race to the top by placing your colored marbles starting from the bottom row of his hands all the way up to the top as the caterpillar wiggles and spins back and forth to music it plays. The caterpillar will try to knock your marbles off as you are playing and but if they do fall off just pick them up and keep on going. The first player to get all their marbles on in a row wins the game. The game is for two to four players ages 4 and up. We only used two players at a time since having four players can get a little cramped. My kids ages 8 and 11 enjoyed playing against each other. The fun didn't last long on average they only played for 15 min at a time but if you're having a game night with multiple games this could be a good game to include.
Good family game
Overall, I was really happy with this game! I thought it seemed a little silly, and that it wouldn't be good for the wide age range in my boys – 8 years old, 5.5 years old and 3.5 years old – but they had seen on it on tv and were really wanting it. There was a little more to the setup than I thought there would be, but it was pretty easy to do. I actually found the game to be really difficult and did terrible, but what was even more surprising was that my 2 youngest boys were really great at the game! I could see the frustration on my oldest son's face when he was losing, but everyone seemed to enjoy the game regardless and there were lots of laughs! I don't like that it has to be disassembled to fit inside the box – it would have been better to just be able to put it in the box ready to go for next time. Also, one of the hands leaned quite a bit – not sure if that's how it's supposed to be or if that was just a little broken, but none of the marbles would stay put on that hand – even when the game wasn't turned on. But, I would definitely recommend this game to anyone looking for a fast and fun game for the family!
Cute, but not that easy for little hands.
My 6yr old was super excited to get this game and try it out. Right out of the box there is some assembly required and some stickers that need to be added, but it was nothing hard, however you need to provide the 3 AA batteries as they are not included. The game itself is very easy to understand, it's pretty much just a race to the top, who ever gets all their colored balls on first is the winner. What makes it challenging is that the hands of the caterpillar are placed fairly close together and it is wiggling and turning (front to back in the same direction) the whole time plus music is playing and it giggles. At first my son thought it was fun and silly, but was quickly frustrated when his balls kept getting knocked off and were scattering all over the floor. We quickly learned that it was a game better played on the carpet so that the balls would not scatter everywhere. Overall I think it is a cute game, and very easy to understand, but for the little kids who are still working on their hand/eye coordination it can be fun at first but also a bit frustrating. FYI, there is no volume control, or anyway to turn off the sound/music once you start, but there are 2 holes at the top of the base where the sound is coming out from and we put a small piece of tape there to lower the volume since it was a bit loud for us.
This game could go on forever...
I like the bright colors of the caterpillar. The balls and caterpillar have basic colors.
It is easy to put together. The manual is easy to read too.
The only issue I have is the objective of the game: trying to place all the assigned color balls in all six hands!
The caterpillar moves every few seconds and spins really fast. This makes all the balls that were placed on the hands fly everywhere!!!
It took a few minutes to find the balls after the first few try's.
Lets say no one won the game and we quit after a while.
Also be aware- the balls are small and enticing to a small child.
The box alerts the consumer to the small pieces.
Not sure I recommend for purchase unless you want to keep the kids busy for a very long time.
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