Disney's Where's My Water? and Where's My Perry? now available on Windows Phone 8
Disney has release two Windows Phone 8 games over at the Windows Phone Store. The games have had a bit of success over at Disney.com (opens in new tab) and should translate nicely on our Windows Phones.
Where's My Water? and Where's My Perry? are both physics based puzzle games featuring Perry the Platypus from the popular cartoon show "Phineas and Ferb (opens in new tab)" as well as cartoon alligators Swampy and Cranky.
Where's My Water?
In Where's My Water?, Swampy the Alligator needs to have pools of water redirected so he can take a shower. You dig channels to direct the water to different pipes to get the water to Swampy's shower head. Pipes can be twisted into mazes where one inlet will send the water where it needs to go and the others won't. Along the way you saturate rubber ducks for bonus points.
Where's My Water? is a multi-level game that has three story lines that span over four hundred different puzzles. Where's My Water? also includes free updates that will keep the number of puzzles and levels growing.
There is a free trial version available for Where's My Water? with the full version running $.99. (links below)
Where's My Perry?
Where's My Perry? is very similar to Where's My Water? but you not only have to direct pools of water to solve the puzzle but you also are faced with moving ice and steam as well.
In solving the puzzles, you help Perry (who's a secret agent) complete his secret agent missions. The game has four story lines that include over 80 puzzles.
However, unlike Where's My Water?, there isn't a trial version available for Where's My Perry?. The full version is running $.99.
Both games are well drawn out, easy to pick up, challenging to play and slightly addictive. We can see these two games appealing to players of all ages.
You can find Where's My Water? here (opens in new tab) and Where's My Perry? here (opens in new tab) at the Windows Phone Store. Keep in mind, both games are for Windows Phone 8 devices.
Source: Windows Phone Blog (opens in new tab); Thanks, everyone, for the tips!
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George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.
Keep growing Windows Phone. Now I can play these games without the hangs and freezes I always faced on Android. :)
Edit: Never mind; seems it's the trial only. As soon as I bought it, the icon changed to a more familiar tile.