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Where’s My Perry Review:disney Follows Up Hit Where’s My Water With Another Hit! Wheres My Perry
“Where’s My Perry is a challenging physics-based puzzler where you need to use water in all its different forms, ice, steam and liquid, to solve the puzzle. Overflowing with intuitive controls you will be immersed in the world of Agent P!”
Where’s My Perry (Universal: $0.99)
“Where’s My Perry is a challenging physics-based puzzler where you need to use water in all its different forms, ice, steam and liquid, to solve the puzzle. Overflowing with intuitive controls, vibrant spy-themed graphics, and best of all, lasers, you will be immersed in the world of Agent P!”
You can tell just by looking at the graphics. The game is colorful and has (obviously) Disney cartoon graphics from the TV show. To further add to that environment, the game features voice clips from the show. It stands as it’s own product, and while you’re playing it you won’t even think about Swampy and his bathtub.
The controls are simple. Just like in Where’s My Water, you drag your finger across the screen to clear up the dirt. You do this to create a path for the water or steam to flow through. The key is thinking ahead, rather than just tapping around the screen fast and clearing up all the dirt. The iPad’s larger screen makes for more precise moves, but I personally had no problems playing it on my iPhone.
Following with the vibe of the show, Agent Perry uses underground tubes to make his way to his headquarters. However, these tubes aren’t working normally because of Dr. Doofenshmirtz, so it’s up to you to guide water to the generators to get Perry where he needs to go, or he’ll be trapped there.
So where does Where’s My Perry differentiate itself from it’s predecessor?
The game comes with 80 levels, and there will surely be more via IAP, just like in Where’s My Water. The main thing about Where’s My Perry is that it succeeds as a spiritual successor to Where’s My Water. And with Dr. Doofenshmirtz’