The Wiggler appear in Paper Mario: Sticker Star. It can be seen in World 3. It's body segments go missing and Mario must find them.
In Super Paper Mario they're unused enemies in the game.
Paper Mario: Sticker StarIn Paper Mario: Sticker Star, Wiggler is a young Wiggler (eventually turning into a Flutter) and a major character in Paper Mario: Sticker Star. In 3-1, Leaflifter Pass, he is sleeping and guarding the entrance of his tree house. Upon being woken up by Mario via the trumpet found in 1-6, Goomba's Fortress, he explains his predicament and asks Mario to come over to his house to hear the details. He then exclaims how he would love for Mario to "look at Wiggler's picture diary" and "listen to Wiggler reminiscent music". However, while doing this, he is captured by Poison Bloopers and subsequently split into Wiggler segments by Kamek (or, as he calls, his "children"). It is later revealed that Kamek did this as a means to dissuade Mario from attempting to get the purple Royal sticker, as Wiggler is the only entity besides a boat that is capable of travelling to the island where the royal sticker was located, as Wiggler can walk on poison and is immune to it. Wiggler was sleeping outside of his home because he could not find any food. Since the leaves were polluted, he set out to find food. When Mario finds his segments, Wiggler helps him to get to the source of the pollution, which is revealed to be the purple Royal Sticker on Gooper Blooper. He later ages into a Flutter and helps Mario and Kersti get to Bowser's Sky Castle.
- Wiggler always refers to himself in the third person point of view.
- Wiggler has a notebook where he keeps his memories with Mario. Certain scenes such as him in the hot spring will be recorded and drawn out by Wiggler.