Where’s My Water? – Android Game Review
Swampy the Alligator likes to take baths and you’ll help him stay clean in Disney’s new physics game called Where’s My Water? This puzzling Android physics game utilizes water, but instead of squirting it ala Sprinkle you’ll dig trenches to help it get to Swampy’s tub.
Each level leaves Swampy stuck in a dry bathtub with loads of dirt and other obstacles in-between him and the water. You can dig through the dirt by swiping your finger in the direction you want your trench to take. When I started playing Where’s My Water I always started at the top and made a path to the tub, but in some levels you’ll want to start at the tub as it gets pretty tricky. Some levels will have pipes, while other have triggers and traps. There are two other elements at play in Where’s My Water as well with toxic ooze and algae. Toxic ooze kills the rubber ducks, Swampy and any water it comes into contact with turns toxic. The Algae isn’t quite as dangerous but it’s still a real pain; when water hits algae it grows and will quickly block your pathways or any pipes in its path.
Where’s My Water? gives gamers 120 levels set across six themed chapters with more on the way. Instead of using the 3-star system the game uses a 3-duck system for each level, and those ducks will be used to unlock the next chapter in the game. There are collectibles in the form of shower items as well, and these items are used to unlock additional bonus levels in the game. You’ll find two sets (of three) unique shower items in every chapter which will unlock 12 slick bonus levels. Like achievements? Well, Where’s My Water has those too with right around 30 in all; some of them are pretty difficult to get.
Where’s My Water is an awesome puzzler that kids or adults can enjoy. As it’s a Disney game the graphics and animations are great; the whole game is very polished and well done throughout. I thought it would be a fairly easy game at first, but was pleasantly surprised at how challenging it gets and how much fun it is. They give you 120 levels to start which is awesome in itself, but the addition of additional content at no charge is an added bonus. I highly recommend Where’s My Water?, and while there isn’t a free version $0.99 cents is a small price to pay for a game of this quality.
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