Despite the spotlight shifting over to Mickey Mouse in recent months, Swampy and his friends are back, reclaiming the crown in Where’s My Water? 2. The free-to-play sequel takes the ridiculously-popular physics puzzler to three new locations: The Beach, the Sewer, and the Soap Factory – and it’s out right now.
Where’s My Water? 2 is already packed with more than 100 levels and challenges, all featuring the same intuitive “cut and swipe” technique that made the original game so popular. Now though, there are new “challenge modes” and quick-timed “Duck Rush” levels, plus power-ups have been added – use Absorber, Dropper and Vacuum to help your tri-ducking quest.
What’s in store:
- Over 100+ levels and challenges with a brand new look in the Gator universe featuring Swampy, Allie, Cranky, and Mystery Duck.
- Introducing ‘Challenge Modes’ to replay the levels in explosive new ways
- Players need to dig as fast as they can to get as many duckies as possible in ‘Duck Rush’ levels
- Players can now earn and purchase hints to solve puzzles and power-ups to help earn ducks
- Complete achievements and earn special themed duckies such as gladiator-duckie, astronaut-duckie, hula-duckie, and many more
- Connect through Facebook to see friends’ progress and gift special items
It goes without saying that Where’s My Water? 2 will probably follow in the soggy footsteps of its predecessor. The original game was downloaded more than 250 million times, has been #1 in more than 100 countries, took home a stack of Game of the Year awards, and spawned not one, but two spinoffs (Where’s My Perry? and Where’s My Mickey?), which both reached #1 in their own right.
Swampy the Alligator is the first Disney character designed specifically for a mobile game. He’s now as much a celebrity as his other more ‘classic’ Disney friends, with his own line of merchandise, and even stars in his own animated web series.
Where’s My Water? 2 is out right now on the iTunes App Store for iDevices, and it’s heading to the Windows Phone Store, Windows Store, Google Play and the Amazon App Store in the near future.