Swampy, an alligator living in the sewers under a city, loves taking a bath but the pipes leading to his bathtub seems to be constantly running out of water. Where's My Water?
To solve it, all you need is to dig trenches through the dirt and guide water through the pipes to the bathtub for Swampy to get squeaky clean to complete a level in this popular game released by the Disney Mobile division of Disney Interactive Studios.
After completing a level of the game, you can earn time, duck and overflow bonuses to unlock new levels by winning a game within a shorter time, collecting more rubber ducks and supplying more water to the bathtub respectively.
Moving on to next levels, you get into increasingly challenging scenarios with more broken pipes, weeds, switches, ooze, toxic water, other hazards and obstacles strategically placed along the path to your target to supply sufficient water to Swampy.
The gameplay is fun, strong and engaging with multi levels in various chapters, suitable for all ages.
Where's My Water is an award winning physics-based puzzler packed with animated brilliant graphics. New cartoon-like characters including Swampy have been creatively produced for this game, unlike many other Disney's games featuring characters from the company's films.
The first iteration of this game has a free and ad-supported version for Android and iOS. The sequel, Where's My Water? 2, has now been released for iOS, Windows 8 or RT and Windows Phone, free for play but some advanced features come with in-app purchases.
Check out the download links below, give the games a spin and comment below if you like the games.
Where's My Water? Free — Free Mobile App of the Week
Size: 49 MB
For iPad and iPhone
Size: 46.6 MB
Where's My Water? 2 — Free Mobile App of the Week
For iPad and iPhone
Size: 41.7 MB
For Windows 8 or RT
Size: 87.5 MB
For Windows Phone
Size: 78 MB
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