Wiggle through this side-scrolling platform game to win hearts. Yes, little red hearts. Hop up to capture one heart and more will be attracted to you like magnets. Win enough hearts to unlock more levels and Wiggly Loaf character variations.
But beware! There will be mayhem. Physics elements create all kinds of hilarious dilemmas for Wiggly Loaf to get through. Stack and topple bricks to your advantage. Use loose sticks to surf over random chaos. Watch out for mortal danger. Dig yourself out of a flood of falling stars before they drown you. Please don’t step on the flowers. And whatever you do, don’t fall in the pit of doom.
* Arcade game for the casual gamer
* 2D side-scrolling platformer
* Swipe and tap controls
* Maddening physics puzzles to keep you teetering on the edge of insanity
* Chalkboard world changes with random variables for infinite replay-ability.
* Three challenging levels to conquer: blackboard, green board, and hyper speed blackboard
* Play as Wiggly Loaf, Agent Loaf, Fancy Loaf, Angel Loaf, and Fishy Loaf. Each one has its own superpower!
Origin of Wiggly Loaf:
In our kitchen there is a chalkboard. I’m a great cook, but I’m a horrible namer. Even worse, I like to write the horrible titles of my entrees on this chalkboard. My dish, Emphysema Lambada is delicious, despite its horrible name. I don’t go a week without making a big batch of Bodarg-a-larg. The kids love it. I think you would, too.
After a meal, I like to doodle on the chalkboard. One night before I went away to my arts and crafts job at summer camp, I wanted something fun to leave behind. I wanted to draw a new character. I remember it well. I wanted to make the simplest creature I could. I started to draw a rectangle with a face, but I gave it four little stumpy legs. I thought it looked really weird, so I wrote “Don’t Get Weird” under it.
Wiggly Loaf was born on our chalkboard. We had our Fathers Day party and all went off to sleep so I could get up early for that long drive to camp. But you know what? By morning that crazy daughter of mine had stayed up late and needlefelted a nifty plush version of Wiggly Loaf for me to take to camp. It was my Fathers Day gift so I wouldn’t be all alone my first week of camp. I had Wiggly Loaf to keep me company.
When I got to camp I was so taken with the Wiggly Loaf my daughter made, I decided to make “Don’t Get Weird” posters and put them up all over camp. That way when she got there, she would see Wiggly Loaf everywhere, kinda in response to the life she gave the character by taking the time to make me one. If I needed to make a sign that said, “Please wash your paint brushes,” I drew Wiggly Loaf saying it.
In no time Wiggly Loaf was friends with everyone and became mascot of the Arts and Crafts room. Soon campers were making Wiggly Loaf comics, plush toys, necklaces, hand carved stamps, and screening T-shirts. When other people wrote notes or made signs, they included their version of Wiggly Loaf. The character is simple enough for anyone to draw that it took on a life of its own.
Because Wiggly Loaf was born from love I made sure the game contains all of the essential elements to capture the pure Wiggly Loaf vibe. The game is non-stressful and pleasantly challenging. The background does not automatically scroll by, so you can go at your own pace. No timer, no rush, just zen comic mayhem. Appropriate for all ages and skill levels. Funny, cute, or even better, kawaii. Oh yeah, and the game is set in a chalkboard world, where it all began.