Where’s My Water? 2 is the follow-up to Disney’s popular puzzle game, where you need to deliver water with the correct pressure so that Swampy, a charming alligator, can take a good shower.
To get the water all the way to Swampy, you have to use your finger to break a path to guide the water through, clean up the dirt and grime that is blocking your path. This can involve activating switches, manipulating steam, and turning on faucets. What’s different is that the sequel contains new “Duck Rush” levels, in which you need to quickly dig down as the screen moves, ensuring that your water doesn’t get stuck at the top of the screen, while collecting all the ducks along the way to the finish.
In the Where’s My Water? 2, there are 2 new characters added in the game, Allie and Crankie, and they also need the showers. Of course, that’s not the only new feature in this sequel: there are more playing modes, remodeled graphics, special power-ups, and a bunch of new achievements to unlock.
Other additions to Where’s My Water? 2 include challenges where you can play an alternate version of a level. For example, the level might be flipped upside down, or you need to complete it without getting any ducks. There are also new types of ducks to unlock and objects to collect, as well as power-ups that help you through the game.
Perhaps the most significant change though is that Where’s My Water? 2 now includes an Energy-based playing system, where you need to accumulate – or purchase – energy in order to keep playing. Of course, you can bother your Facebook friends to gift you energy.
The controls in Where’s My Water? 2 are the same as the Previous game and hence very easy to pick up, even for younger children. You basically draw your finger across the area of dirt you want to dig. Along the way you’ll figure out how the various switches and obstacles work pretty quickly.
Besides, Where’s My Water? 2 is a polished looking game, with a real Disney feel to it. There are three main characters, each with our personalities that shine through in the actions and noises that they make. The water physics are very good too (though we still prefer those of Sprinkle).
More than 100 levels
New test mode will allow you to pass levels anew, absolutely otherwise
Collect as many ducks as possible to reach the best result
New bonus – Vacuum which will help you to pass level in even more interesting way
Share and compete with your friends on Facebook
Original mechanics of the game developed specially for each character
In difficult situations you, as well as in the last part, will have helps