With Android market having millions of application for fun and entertainment the users always have some or the other latest application or games to keep themselves entertaining. Another top rated and top paid application on the Google Play store is Where’s My Water. Where’s my water is a puzzle game that will require a person’s presence of mind along with applicability of little knowledge of physics applicability.
The game is based on an alligator who wants to give up the dirt of the swamps and remain all cleaned up and maintain his level of hygiene. His “Clean” wishes are not much welcomed by his fellow-gators and they try to sabotage the water supply to the bathtub of “Swampy”, the main character of the game. The aim of the game is to help Swampy get enough water to Swampy’s bathroom in order to fulfill his hygienic aspirations.
The players must help Swampy by creating channels in the dirt, guiding them through all the obstacles and then into the pipe. Some of the levels have constant stream of water but some of them have a limited supply of water, so better not waste it. The water transportation is not as easy as it seems due to the obstacles and elements such as valves, switches and hazardous chemicals. In case these chemicals reach Swampy’s bathtub, GAME OVER. A smart move can make these chemicals work in the favour of gamer as they can be used to destroy another type of obstacle, the parasitic plants which create blockage.
Meeting the primary objective of providing Swampy with water earns score but in order to score high 3 rubber ducks that populate on each level are to be collected. These can be collected once a certain amount of water passes through their silhouettes. The concept and screenshot of the game may appear childish but to collect these ducks is no child’s play. It requires a great amount of intelligence.
Where’s My Water has brilliant visuals and simple controls. The balanced difficulty ensures appeal to wide audience through its well-executed ideas. The creators have also made another game based on the famous Agent P (Perry) of the Phineas & Ferb fame named Where’s My Perry. Both the games are available on Google Play as well as iStore.