Where’s My Perry Review – Best Physics Puzzle Fun 99 Cents Can Buy (Video)

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  • 16 Aug 2012
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  • Following the famous Where’s My Water title, Where’s My Perry is yet another game from Disney, based on the idea of physics puzzle. It’s a very, very entertaining title, that will keep you hooked for hours, if not days. The idea is simple: you play as Perry the Platypus, in his quest to defeat the evil Doctor, who has set a lot of traps for our beloved character.

    All you need to do is wipe dirt around and drive the water into pipes and work with physics, sludge, water, ice, steam and more. The idea is to swipe all over the screen as you make room for the water to be poured into Agent P’s container, in order to release him. Sometimes you must make steam reach a shower-like contraption that will suck the steam and free Perry. As water moves around lasers turn it into steam, while a special beam turns it into ice. Also, once water gets in contact with ice, it becomes ice, so you can build bridges or towers of solid water.

    In the further levels there will be a sort of lava and blue liquid, that will turn water into steam and ice instantly and you’ll have to speculate on that. Hundreds of levels await you and you can also find secret files, that unlock extra levels with crazy balloons to play with. Ever since I first played Angry Birds I haven’t had as much fun as I did with Where’s My Perry. We give it a 10 out of 10 and recommend you download it from here.

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