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Where’s my Water? and Cut the Rope getting toys, more content

The New York Toy Fair is on this week, and so collectors and toy buyers alike are hearing about all sorts of new products. And given that the iPhone is one of the largest brands around, it’s probably no surprise that iOS-based game properties are very popular this year. Disney’s Where’s My Water is the latest iPhone game to get toys made for it. There are plush dolls coming soon of the main alligator character, as well as rubber duckies modeled after the duckies you collect in the acclaimed physics puzzler.

And Cut the Rope’s Om Nom Nom already has a plush made of himself, but there’s even more on the way. Mattel has signed a deal to provide a board game based on the popular iPhone title, and it will apparently interact directly with the Cut the Rope app on your iPad as you play. Jakks Pacific has signed a deal to bring the game to your TV, with a dedicated toy that plugs in with the game pre-installed. And we can’t leave the game itself out: There’s an update coming (actually for the Cut the Rope: Experimentsspinoff) called Bath Time, that adds some water-related puzzles to the mix.

It’s a sign of just how big Apple’s App Store has gotten that these iPhone developers are able to spin properties off the games on this platform. Certainly both of these games have a lot going for them (EA owns Chillingo, which publishes Cut the Rope, in addition to Disney’s Where’s My Water), but the fact that these toys are being made at all speaks to how big the audience for these games is.

Source: http://www.tuaw.com/2012/02/13/cut-the-rope-and-wheres-my-water-getting-toys-more-content/

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Where’s My Water? is a Proven Winner

Disney Mobile’s Where’s My Water? has received some well-deserved accolades as a top-rated game and indeed, since it’s release in September the water-physics puzzle game has been a top seller in the App Store. For fans of the Swampy and Cranky battle for bathwater, the recent update that included “Cranky’s Story” is a welcome addition to an already stellar game. Where’s My Water? features seven different sewer worlds with 20 levels each and the recent introduction of Cranky’s Story provides an additional 5 with the option to purchase additional chapters.

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The premise of Where’s My Water? is to solve each level by creating water flow to Swampy’s bathtub. Swampy is a hygiene-oriented alligator who really loves to take baths, but his nemesis Cranky is trying to block the water. To help Swampy stay clean, players solve various puzzles by digging out dirt and removing obstacles that prevent water flow. Levels become progressively more challenging as new obstacles and elements are introduced.

With each level Swampy waits patiently in his bathtub, with scrub brush in hand, while you make quick use of problem-solving skills. There are opportunities for time bonus score boosts, overflow bonuses, and of course achieving “tri-duck”. Each level has three rubber ducks that can only be collected if they come into contact with enough water. There are also secret hidden items that can be found in some levels, which once collected will unlock bonus levels. In addition to bonuses, other elements, such as algae, toxic waste and moving plumbing obstacles come into play.

Since some of the Where’s My Water? levels are more challenging than others, a terrific blend of casual entertainment and challenging puzzle play is achieved. Some may question the physics, but whether or not the actual water-flow physics are realistic is beside the point as there is so much fun built in to the animation, sound and actual gameplay that it just doesn’t matter. The game reacts more or less as you would expect and with the exception of the few larger-than-screen-size levels, there is great interface. Rather than a pinch and zoom feature, the few levels that are too big for the screen feature scroll bar access for your viewing pleasure. It is a bit of an awkward interface for some levels, but not problematic enough to taint the overall game.

All in all, Where’s My Water? has proven to be a genuine winner and a true contender for future all-time and top-ten casual mobile games lists. The newest addition of Cranky simply adds more depth to an already superbly designed mobile game and Disney Mobile’s promise of future level updates sweetens the pot. There is a limited-level free version of Where’s Why Water? available for a trial run on iPhone and iPad, but like a good bath, where this game’s concerned — the fuller the better.

Source: http://www.appcraver.com/wheres-my-water/

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Games of the Year 2011 Where’s My Water? #8

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, children of all ages – it’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for! After a solid month of looking at the good, the bad, and the ugly of 2011, we at Gamezebo have put together our picks for the 10 best games of 2011.

Unlike most of our previous lists, today’s was a collaborative effort based entirely on the opinions of our three lead editors, Erin Bell, Andrew Webster, and Jim Squires. As such, you may notice that our picks don’t necessarily line up with our picks for individual platforms. For example, while Bastion was #1 for PC, Grand Prix Storywas #1 for Android, and Order & Chaos Online was #1 for iPhone, none of these made our overall list. Why? Because each editor had their own votes, and when tabulated, these top titles simply didn’t make the cut.

They say variety is the spice of life – and our editors’ opinions certainly are spicy!

So without further ado, here are our picks for the best games of 2011.

#10 – The Tiny Bang Story (PC, Mac)


When an asteroid hits your little world, the planet breaks up and scatters everywhere – like a toddler throwing a jigsaw puzzle. The Tiny Bang Story is a point’n’click adventure that tasks you with recovering these scattered pieces, hidden amongst the gorgeous hand-drawn scenery created by Colibri Games.

Not only is the scenery gorgeous, but it’s also instrumental in telling the story. For you see, there are no words in The Tiny Bang Story – simply scenarios that help you paint the picture and force you to read between the lines. It’s this uniqueness that made The Tiny Bang Story stand out as not just one of the best adventure games this year, but as one of 2011’s best games overall.

#9 – Woodland Heroes (Facebook)


Woodland Heroes manages to strike a fine balance that makes it a truly satisfying strategy game. It’s approachable, with an intuitive take on Battleship-style combat that’s easy to grasp. But it’s also deep, allowing more skilled players to tweak their strategies however they see fit. Couple this with a lengthy campaign and you have a recipe for some great strategic gameplay. And it doesn’t hurt that it’s one of the best looking games on Facebook, with a great, cartoon art style filled with memorable character designs. Not bad for the debut game from social studio Row Sham Bow.

#8 – Where’s My Water? (iPhone, iPad, Android)


Ever since Angry Birds struck it big, there’s been a deluge of fun and charming puzzle games starring cute little critters. So many in fact, that it can be hard to tell one from the next. But Disney’s Where’s My Water? manages to buck that trend.

Yes, its structure is somewhat formulaic, but its physics-based gameplay – in which you need to guide water to help an alligator shower in the sewers – is fun, challenging, and, as with all great puzzle games, downright addictive. And it has all of the charm you’d expect from a Disney production. Swampy is even getting his own animated web series!

#7 – Ticket to Ride (iPad)


There’s no shortage of board game adaptation on the App Store, but every now and then, one comes along and raises the bar for every other board game that follows. In 2010 that game was Carcassonne. In 2011, it’s Ticket to Ride.

The iPad version of Ticket to Ride not only captured all of the fun of the tabletop trains game, but it connected to Days of Wonder’s existing Ticket to Ride Online multiplayer community, looked stunning, and even allowed players to download additional maps as low cost in-app purchases. Considering that new maps in the tabletop version can run upwards of $50, paying less than $5 here gives the tablet version of Ticket to Ride instant appeal for fans of the series.

And newcomers? Well, I’ll just say this – while I don’t have the numbers to back it up, something tells me that this app has probably helped move more than a few copies of the original boxed game. (On a related note, though – we strongly recommend the iPad over the iPhone version, which feels a little like Ticket to Ride Lite).

#6 – Tiny Token Empires (Mac, iPhone, iPad)


Take a dash of Civilization, a pinch of Risk, and a sprinkling of Bejeweled, and you’ve got a recipe for one of the best genre mash-ups since Puzzle Quest. Tiny Token Empires is a game of Old World domination, tasking players to take over Europe and North Africa with Greco-Roman armies and match-3 skills.

The whole experience feels a little like Risk, but with match-3 combat and unique troops instead of a simple dice roll. With plenty of missions, a strategic-twist on gem-busting, and great art and humor, Tiny Token Empiressucked far more hours out of our lives than it had any right to this year.

#5 – Portal 2 (PC. Mac)


Portal 2 took everything that made Portal great and made it even better. The puzzles are more challenging, the story is deeper, and the humor is even funnier. To quote our reviewer, “the only real gripe we have with this game is that is eventually ends.”

For those not familiar with the series, Portal 2 is a first-person puzzle game from the creators of such popular first-person shooters as Team Fortress 2 and Half Life. So what’s the different between an FPS and an FPP? Well for one thing, your gun in Portal 2 doesn’t shoot bullets, but portals. Shoot one on the wall in front of you, another on the ceiling, and walk through (if you want to take a heck of a tumble back to the floor.) It’s a unique mechanic that not only lends to some amazing puzzles, but also works as a gentle point of entry for those that remain skittish about first-person gaming.

#4 – Gemini Rue (PC)


Old-school, traditional point-and-click adventure games are somewhat of a dying breed. Most games add more modern touches, like hidden object scenes or built-in hint systems, to make them more appealing to today’s audience. Gemini Rue doesn’t do any of that. If it was released 15 years ago, it would be hailed as a classic example of the genre. But even today, it’s clearly something special. With a terrific, Blade Runner-inspired world and story coupled with traditional adventure gameplay, Gemini Rue proves that the classics still have life left in them.

#3 – Drawn: Trail of Shadows (PC, Mac)


A wizard has trapped a young boy in a painting, and it’s up to you – the unnamed hero – to follow him, rescue the boy, and help him return to his life of creating painted worlds to explore. And did we mention that all of this takes place inside a bedtime story that’s being read by a grandfather to his little girl?

The third entry in the Drawn series is just as cinematic, challenging, and gorgeous as its predecessors. If you’re looking for a great puzzle-laden adventure, you’d be hard pressed to find a better one this year. There’s a reason we named it the best sequel of 2011.

#2 – Triple Town (Facebook, Google+)


A match-3 game that started out life on an e-reader before being ported to Facebook doesn’t exactly sound like the recipe for a hit. But Triple Town is no ordinary match-3 game. It takes a familiar concept and builds on it, creating an utterly unique puzzle experience that’s absolutely impossible to put down. It’s the kind of game where the phrase “just one more game” is followed by hours of trying to beat your high score.

#1 – Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP (iPhone, iPad)


It’s a cliche to be sure, but it’s hard to explain just what makes Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP so great with words. It plays out somewhat like an old-school adventure game crossed with The Legend of Zelda, but it’s not so much the way the game plays that makes it so unforgettable, as it is the way all of the elements come together to create a uniquely absorbing experience. From the dark, haunting soundtrack to the low-fi pixel art visuals, it’s a game that needs to be experienced to be understood fully. But it’s an experience that’s well worth having. And it’s Gamezebo’s favourite game of 2011.

Source: http://www.gamezebo.com/news/2011/12/30/games-year-2011

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Where’s My Water? Boiling Point update now live

Disney’s Where’s My Water? was a surprising charmer when it came out earlier this year. Now, the game’s getting even better, thanks to its new update, titled “Boiling Point.” This addition includes new levels, new collectibles, and new gameplay mechanics.

Boiling Point contains 20 new puzzles for Swampy the Alligator to solve. That means the game now contains a total of 120 levels to play through. It also contains the sixth chapter and a new scene in Swampy’s story.

Meanwhile, the update also features a new mechanic: steam. Featuring some great truth in advertising, this feature will allow you to convert water to steam (and vice versa).


Don’t expect Disney to leave Where’s My Wateralone any time soon, either. Because of the game’s incredible popularity on the App Store, Disney has decided to create a weekly animated web series that’s set to launch in early 2012.

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Where’s My Water? Walkthrough

Game Introduction – Where’s My Water?

Where’s My Water? is a puzzle game from Disney for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Swampy is an alligator who needs water to be happy once again, and it’s your mission to get water back to him using various tools and tricks. Sometimes the levels can get tricky, but luckily you have Gamezebo’s quick start guide with all the tips, tricks, solutions and more you’ll need to get flowing in no time.

Quick Start Guide

Getting Started

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  • To get started and playing Where’s My Water?, you’ll first need to download and install the app by clicking the “Play Now” button at the top of this screen.
  • Once the game has finished installing, you can find the app on your home screen. Tap on the icon labeled “Where’s My Water?” to get playing.
  • Upon startup, you will be taken to the main menu screen of the game. Tap on the Play! button to start playing right away.

Object and How to Play

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  • Your objective in Where’s My Water? is to get Swampy’s water back so he can take a shower along with various other activities. Swampy lives in the sewer below the city streets, so broken pipes, dirt and other obstacles can block his access to water.

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  • In the first level, you will have a broken pipe and lots of dirt in the way of the water. This level, however, is quite easy and only requires that you swipe right down the middle (drag your finger along the three rubber ducks) to win. The water will immediately begin flowing and once it reaches Swampy, you have completed the level and can move on to the next.

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  • At the end of each level, you will be given which shows a silhouette of Swampy doing the activity he was trying to do with the water, as well as the results of how well you did in the level. You’ll get a time bonus based on how quickly you finished the level, a duck bonus for making the water travel through one or more of the ducks, and an overflow bonus based on how much extra water reached Swampy.
  • Once you’ve gone over your results in the level, you can either Replay the level to try to earn some extra points, move on to the next, or go back to the level list to play any past levels.

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  • An important note for each level you will play is that the water reacts just like it does in real life. If you create a ‘bowl’ of sorts when creating your route to Swampy, that water will not travel any further unless it overflows. Planning accordingly is recommended.
  • Note: If the level is longer than the screen, then a blue scroll bar will appear to the left side, allowing you to scroll up and down across the entire level in order to eliminate the dirt you would like to.

Solution for Level 1-3

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  • One of the first levels that requires you to really think out your strategy when it comes to ducks and water flow is Level 1-3. Below is a good solution you can try that should get the water flowing to Swampy while still managing to collect the ducks.

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  • The best solution to this level is to create a water path that goes through the left-most tunnel. Now, when creating this tunnel, make sure you run your finger along the left side of the shaft, so that only a trickle of water goes to the right side.
  • As you can see in the screenshots, this will send enough water to both sides of the tunnel so that the water can reach the ducks and Swampy. Remember, you have to be extra careful so that you don’t send too much water one way or another.

Solution for Level 1-4

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  • This level is even more tricky than the last, requiring that you modify several different aspects of the dirt in the level, to send the water jumping over to the broken pipe on the other side of the level.
  • First thing is to set the dirt closest to the left-most duck. The lower portion is all you need to modify. Make it so that the dirt has a little bit of a ramp shape to it so it will send the water even further into the air. This will also make sure that the water avoids the moss, which will instantly drink all the water thrown at it.
  • An important note is that you can restart the level at any time if you feel that you need to give it a second chance.
  • Now, draw a quick slope to the left side of the water bowl so that all the water will rush down at once, and let the water flow into the pipe, and then into Swampy’s shower.

Solution for Level 1-5

  • This is another one of the first difficult levels you come across in Where’s My Water? because this time, there is an unlimited supply of water available for Swampy to use, but it’s up to you to make sure he gets it before the moss does.

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  • Note: In this level, it’s recommended that you follow the instructions to build out the water route before you unleash the water from where it’s currently trapped. Otherwise, moss will grow and could possibly block the water from passing through successfully to Swampy.
  • Draw a line just like in the screenshot in the dirt along the ducks to ensure that the water gets through them before passing to Swampy, and then create another ramp-style situation so that the water launches over the moss to reach Swampy.
  • This level may require you to retry it several times over but managing to get it right will be very satisfying when you finish.


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  • You have completed the quick start guide for Where’s My Water? on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Now that you know how to guide the water, you’ll be your very own Poseidon in no time! Keep checking back with Gamezebo in the future for all your reviews, guides, previews and more!
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Where’s My Water? to get animated web series

A few weeks ago, we posted up a behind the scenes video about Disney’s mega-popular iOS game Where’s My Water?. In it, Senior Game Designer Time Fitzrandolph said they were “trying to come up with new characters and new worlds that are worthy of Disney, but start as a game first.” Sounds like someone at Disney animation was on board with his sentiments, as the company has announced that Swampy will be starring in his own series of web animations in 2012.

A 12 episode season of 3-4 minute cartoons, Where’s My Water?, the Adventures of Swampy will make its official debut this January – though eager gator fans can get a first glimpse in an exclusive preview on Disney.com this December.

No other details are known at this time, but considering the charming cast of characters and basic premise of the game, it seems like classic Disney-style hilarity should ensue once the series starts up early next year

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Where’s My Water? Review by gamezebo

Where’s My Water? proves that playing with alligators is good, clean fun

Remember all of those rumors about how there are alligators living in the sewers? It turns out they’re all true. But the alligators don’t actually want to crawl out of your toilet and eat you; quite the opposite. In fact, all these scaly guys are really trying to do is get clean. At least, that’s what I’ve learned from Disney’s new iOS physics puzzler,Where’s My Water? Oh, and that there’s very little that’s more fun than playing with alligators on a regular basis.

The basic premise of Where’s My Water? is based around the aforementioned urban legend. Essentially, there’s an entire colony of alligators living in the sewers beneath a city. One of the reptiles, Swampy, loves taking showers, but the pipes to the tub seem to constantly be breaking down. As a result, it’s up to players to dig trenches through the earth and direct the water down to the broken pipes, which gives Swampy the water he needs to get squeaky clean.

Digging through the dirt is incredibly easy. All players have to do is drag their fingers across the screen and a path opens up wherever the finger touches. Along the way players have to direct the (usually finite) supply of water so it flows through a number or rubber duckies; collecting these duckies unlocks new collections of levels. All of this works incredibly well, and digging the pathways actually proves to be both challenging and fun without ever feeling repetitive.

Of course, getting the water to the pipes quickly becomes more challenging. Hazards like puddles of bleach, mold (which will grow when it come into contact with water), and empty spots where water can wind up pouring off the map are just a few of the problems that have to be overcome. As a result, players have to figure out how to get rid of things like first two and avoid problems like the third. The realistic physics make these little brainteasers incredibly fun to play through, and it doesn’t take long to get completely hooked on Where’s My Water?

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Of course, the game’s production values help make things fun, too. The graphics are particularly great, featuring crisp and cartoon-like visuals that look like something out of… well, out of a Disney cartoon. Seriously, each level looks great, and the occasional cut scenes are pretty stunning to look at (not to mention funny to watch). The music is also excellent, filling the background with catchy little tunes that don’t really grow old.

Where’s My Wateris one of those rare gems that manages to get everything right. It’s clever and goofy and charming. On top of that, the game is surprisingly addictive. Anyone who enjoys physics puzzle titles would be out of their mind to miss picking this up.

Source: http://www.gamezebo.com/games/wheres-my-water/review

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‘Where’s My Water?’ Review by Touch Arcade – Who Knew Alligators Love Bathing?

fter writing reviews for Feed Me Oil [99¢ / HD / review] andSprinkle [99c / review] earlier this year, I was keen to check out the latest liquid-based game from Disney Mobile, the people behind Jelly Car 3 [Lite / 99c]. Their popular new game, Where’s my Water? [99c] is based on ‘Swampy the Alligator’, who lives in the sewers and enjoys taking relaxing baths, but unfortunately the other alligators keep sabotaging his water supply, so he needs some help.

Our job is to guide the water to Swampy’s bath, by swiping tunnels through the dirt, to direct the water’s flow. Along the way the water can collect three rubber duckies to unlock subsequent worlds and levels. Your score is based on the time taken to full the bath, number of rubber ducks collected and a bonus for water overflow.


Where’s My Water? is similar to Feed me Oil, as you need to ensure enough drops of water reach the destination (bathtub), but instead of positioning devices on the screen to divert the flow, you’re digging out water-channels with your finger. The liquid physics are not quite as impressive as Sprinkle or Feed Me Oil, with the water looking pretty lumpy at times, especially at the surface or when the water separates, however it looks reasonably good and does flow where you’d expect.

There are 80 levels, split across four worlds, with new gameplay mechanisms regularly introduced.  The first forty levels are pretty straightforward, with the solution being immediately obvious. It’s easy to score three ducks (“tri-duck”) on the first two worlds without much thought. Fortunately, some harder levels pop up in the third and fourth worlds. If you make a mistake, or miss one of the three ducks, there’s a handy restart button to quickly reset the level.

By collecting sets of hidden objects scattered around the levels – such as a lucky loofah and a toothbrush – you can unlock an additional 8 bonus levels. These feature different types of game-play, including some tilting to move the water.

Of course, there’s various obstacles to overcome, such as noxious green algae which grows if it comes into contact with your water-stream, pools of acid which absorb your water and water-activated switches which cause other blocks to move. You’ll also encounter yellow toxic ooze, which eats through the dirt and destroys Swampy’s precious rubber ducks, forcing you to act quickly.

There are pipes which accept water (or acid) and squirt it out the other side, mines which explode and water/acid hoses to activate, so there’s plenty to keep you entertained.  Sometimes you need to draw two tunnels at once, which involves swiping simultaneously with two fingers to split the flow. But be careful, or your precious water might  drain away, off the side of the screen. H2O isn’t the only liquid you move around. You also swipe tunnels to shift or drain the acid. The powerful corrosive attributes of the acid are useful for destroying any algae which blocks your way.

Although this game is really enjoyable, the screen navigation is not perfect. Some levels are slightly larger than one screen, so a scroll-bar is provided for panning up and down, which seems a little old fashioned. The scroll bar is awkwardly positioned on the left side of the screen, forcing right-handers to reach across the screen to scroll, unless you use your thumbs, which is an odd design decision. Luckily you don’t need to scroll too much. Regardless, I’ve had a ton of fun playing throughWhere’s My Water, and I really hope Disney keeps the updates flowing.

App Store Link Where’s My Water (Universal)
Source: http://toucharcade.com/2011/09/23/wheres-my-water-review-who-knew-alligators-love-bathing/
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Where’s My Water? review by pocket-lin

Disney does it right

Ah, the humble puzzle game. Well, it isn’t so humble any more as games get more and more sophisticated on our mobile devices. Today we look at a big hit from a big studio. That’s right, this game harks from Walt Disney, but don’t be too eager to scream about shameless movie spin-offs.

No, in fact, this is a very welcome addition to the selection of casual games you carry on your iPhone (or iPad) or Android device especially if puzzling is your thing.

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Where’s My Water? revolves around our hero (in the loosest sense of the word) Swampy the Alligator. Swampy wants to take a shower, but someone has been messing with his water supply. We’re sure you can guess how the game unfolds after that.

Of course, the aim of the game is to get the water running out of Swampy’s shower so the dirty ‘gator can give himself a good scrub. But this isn’t just a pipe game like Toobz, here you have a whole range of different environmental conditions to deal with.

In each level you’ll have a source of water, be it a pool, pipe or tap. Basically you just have to get enough water to the right place to complete the level. You can lose water along the way and, in fact, you will sometimes have to tactically lose some water to be able to complete the level.


Along the way you’ll have to clear earth to let the water through, move ramps, avoid weeds, divert acid, bounce water jets, navigate mazes, avoid mines and all manner of things to complete the level.

Levels are beautifully designed and we love the cartoon-styling. Levels are easy enough to make good progress without getting frustrating, but there are moments when you’ll need a little trial and error to figure out exactly what everything does.

There are also rubber ducks to collect along the way and sometimes bonus objects hiding in the mud. You get rewarded for speed and some levels are really fast, but other levels, however, will require precision timing, so there is plenty of variety to keep things interesting.

There are currently seven chapters, each chapter comprised of 20 levels. But progression isn’t simply a case of completing those levels. You’ll need to make sure you get those ducks along the way, otherwise the next chapter won’t be unlocked.

There are plenty of puzzle games of this type that are free, but Where’s My Water? is well worth the 69p asking price on your iPhone. If you happen to be an Android user, it’s a whole 5p cheaper!

Source: http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/43985/wheres-my-water-iphone-android-review

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Where’s My Water? 1.3.6 for Android Download


Cranky is the toughest alligator around and he has worked up an appetite from sabotaging Swampy’s water supply. He eats anything, especially all the rotting and disgusting junk found in the dumps and sewers. Cranky will not eat vegetables however, and now his food is covered with vegetable-like algae. Use the dirty purple water to clean off Cranky’s plate so he can eat!

Swampy the Alligator lives in the sewers under the city. He is a little different from the other alligators — he’s curious, friendly, and loves taking a nice long shower after a hard day at work. The other alligators have damaged his plumbing and disrupted the water flow. Help Swampy by guiding water to his shower!
Where’s My Water? is a challenging physics-based puzzler complete with vibrant graphics, intuitive controls, and a sensational soundtrack. To be successful, you need to be clever and keep an eye out for algae, toxic ooze, triggers, and traps.


Swampy’s Story
The fun is just beginning. The story of Swampy unfolds as you play. Swampy’s cute, he’s funny, he just wants to take a shower with his beloved rubber ducky. In Swampy’s Story, play seven themed chapters over 140 levels. Collect Swampy’s ducks and shower items to unlock new puzzles and bonus levels. FREE levels are added to Swampy’s Story regularly!

Cranky’s Story
Cranky is the toughest alligator around and so are his puzzles! Play the first two chapters across 40 levels and test your puzzle solving skills with Cranky’s Challenge. Cranky’s Challenge is a game within a game. Four unique puzzles packs with 16 total levels for the most-skilled puzzle solvers. Humorous story moments and richly-detailed graphics bring this subterranean world to life! Check for updates often.

Go with the flow! Swipe, slosh, and splash to guide fresh water, dirty water, and ooze through increasingly challenging scenarios.

Collect Swampy’s shower items and complete Cranky’s Challenge to unlock bonus levels. “Tri-Duck” each chapter and tap around for secret levels and even more surprises! Visit http://www.facebook.com/WheresMyWater for more hints, tips and secrets.

Every drop counts in Where’s My Water? — A refreshing puzzler filled with good clean gaming fun!

Download now : https://market.android.com/details?id=com.disney.WMW


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