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Where’s My Water? $0.99

Where’s My Water?

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Where’s My Water? is a challenging physics-based puzzler complete with vibrant graphics, intuitive controls, and a sensational soundtrack.

Disney really took it away with this one. Bringing real fluid physics, tons of challenges, bonus levels, and collectibles. There is no doubt that Where’s My Water? can keep you occupied for days on end with over 350 levels.

The interface is clean, and the controls are amazingly easy, and anyone, young or old, can pick up the game and start playing in no time. The graphics are good, and the gameplay is addictive, as you learn from your mistakes and you work your way through the puzzles.

There is tons of content, with over 350 levels, and new levels released every other week, there is always more challenges awaiting you. There are three separate stories in one, the original Swampy’s Story, Cranky’s Story, and the Lost Levels pack, you are essentially buying 3 games in one. The levels are well-designed and fun to work through, and the difficulty is balanced so that none will absolutely halt your progression. This game won’t die out on you quick, with all the new level packs being constantly released, but the gameplay itself might get a little bit old for some people after 350 levels of it.

Overall, Where’s My Water? is a solid puzzler for your iDevice, and the people from Disney are not letting the game updates slow down anytime soon, so expect more levels and more fun on the way. The only issue that I have seen in the past was that Disney would charge for new level packs, but it appears as if they’ve changed this with the most recent update.


If you would like to give Where’s My Water? a try before putting forth the $0.99, we’ve provided a direct link to the free version.

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