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  • Publisher: Disney
  • Genre: Strategy
  • Device: iPad
  • Size: 54.6 MB
  • Version: 1.2.0
  • Price: $2.99
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App description: Join Mickey on a brand new adventure in Disneys most popular mobile game franchise!

Where's My Mickey? introduces a whole new world of life-like physics-based gameplay with stimulating weather mechanics and humorous animations. Immerse yourself in the ultimate mobile gaming experience as you watch funny episodes while solving challenging puzzles! Tap, swipe, and swirl to help Mickey collect water and complete each story. Every drop counts!

Original Episodes Explore up to 5 unique episodes with surprising and witty scenarios! Watch how each story unfolds and ends as you play through individual level packs!
Brand New Weather Mechanics Use wind, clouds and rain to maneuver through 100+ levels filled with fun challenges!
A Whole New Look A classic Mickey art-style with a contemporary touch, inspired by Disney Channels new series of Mickey Cartoons!
Collectibles and Bonus Levels Help Pluto look for hidden collectibles to unlock more bonus puzzles!
Stuck on extra challenging puzzles? Get a hint to help you out!
Featuring Mickey and Friends Discover more hilarious episodes with Goofy & Minnie Mouse!
Extra Levels (XL) Play 20 extra-LARGE levels exclusively designed for the big screen experience! Only available on your iPad!

Try 6 Goofy puzzles for FREE and unlock the remaining episodes for a small additional price!

Now a sneak preview of the first episode When Life Gives You Lemons:
On a hot summer day, Mickey decides to open up a lemonade stand. Hes got a bowl, the lemons, and a long line of thirsty customers, yet NO WATER! Help Mickey collect water and tri-star each level for ultimate fun! Even the stars are animated!

Visit www.facebook.com/WheresMyWater for more hints, tips and secrets.

metalcasket's comments:
06-20-2013, 03:12 AM
#2
Added to first Post.

Last edited by Sanuku; 06-20-2013 at 03:17 AM.
06-20-2013, 04:09 AM
#3
Joined: Mar 2011
Posts: 955
Sadly not compatible with iPad 1. I had expected that, but it's still a shame because WMW/WMP run perfectly fine and look nice, so it seems that this could have been made to work as well. I guess most people really do see iOS devices as disposible things that they get rid off every two years and now the effort required to make a game work on "older" devices is not worth it, even for big companies like Disney.
06-20-2013, 03:37 PM
#4
Joined: Apr 2010
Location: California, USA
Posts: 3,905
Quote:
Originally Posted by lena View Post
Sadly not compatible with iPad 1. I had expected that, but it's still a shame because WMW/WMP run perfectly fine and look nice, so it seems that this could have been made to work as well. I guess most people really do see iOS devices as disposible things that they get rid off every two years and now the effort required to make a game work on "older" devices is not worth it, even for big companies like Disney.
That's true! Time to move up in the world and get yourself an iPad 4 with 128GB of space!
Oh Boy!!!!
06-21-2013, 11:34 AM
#5
Joined: Apr 2010
Location: California, USA
Posts: 3,905
OK, after playing this awhile, gotta say I'm kinda disappointed. I'm like 12 levels into the first chapter or whatever you call it, and this is just a physics game all about getting the water to go through the sand and pipes while collecting stars so Mickey gets enough to continue making lemonade for all the thirsty creatures on the beach. Guess I was just thinking/hoping this would be a different type of game than it is. I was so excited to see this I actually bought the iPad version AND the Android one for my phone sight unseen at that point. Dumbass! The one on my phone is already deleted. Think Ill keep the iPad one for a while longer to see if there's anything else there to offer, but it seems to be just more of the same just getting harder. Wow, after all this time and now I'm still jonesing for a good Mickey game, or Roadrunner or other Hannah and Barbera or Loony Toons type games. Some may like this, but it just wasn't what I expected, that's all.