Where's My Water? T-Mo Edition

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    Where's My Water? T-Mo Edition

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    Where's My Water? T-Mo Edition's review

    Published: 2012-12-13, by .

    Guide the water down to Swampy's shower

    • Entertaining and fun
    • Addictive
    • Excellent graphics and gameplay
    • Smooth

    "Once upon a time there was an alligator"

    Where's My Water is one of the most popular puzzle games for Android. it features Swampy the Alligator, who lives under the city and wants to keep his cleanliness. Unfortunately, other alligators have managed to sabotage his water supply so your goal is to guide the water down to Swampy's shower.

    To play, you need to drag your finger and draw the line where the water will flow. It's not as easy as it seems as you need to take into account the several obstacles, the water pressure and the filling level. There are over 140 puzzles and in addition, you can collect Swampy’s shower items to unlock bonus levels and upgrade to the full version.

    The graphics are excellent and so is the gameplay. This game's idea might not be the most original but it's presented in a creative way and its popularity is obviously related to its quality as a game. Entertaining, challenging and fun, yes; but also incredibly addictive and smooth as its best. The one thing we would change is to be able to pinch in and out instead of using the side bar.

    Disney is the developer of Where's my water? and other applications like Puffle Launch, Disney Memories and Pirates of the Caribbean. Where's My Water is probably going to become a classic, don't hesitate and try it out!

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    Ana Appszoom logo

    by Ana , Appszoom

    Dec 13, 2012


    Every drop counts in Where’s My Water? — A refreshing puzzler filled with good clean gaming fun!

    Now enjoy 10 exclusive levels only for T-Mobile's "HTC One S"!

    Swampy the Alligator lives in the sewers under the city. He is a little different from the other alligators — he’s curious, friendly, and loves taking a nice long shower after a hard day at work. The other alligators have damaged his plumbing and disrupted the water flow. Help Swampy by guiding water to his shower! In Swampy’s Story, play nine themed chapters over 180 levels. Collect Swampy’s ducks and shower items to unlock new puzzles and bonus levels. FREE levels are added to Swampy’s Story regularly!

    Where’s My Water? is a challenging physics-based puzzler complete with vibrant graphics, intuitive controls, and a sensational soundtrack. To be successful, you need to be clever and keep an eye out for algae, toxic ooze, triggers, and traps.

    Go with the flow! Swipe, slosh, and splash to guide fresh water, dirty water, and ooze through increasingly challenging scenarios.

    Collect Swampy’s shower items and complete Cranky’s Challenge to unlock bonus levels. “Tri-Duck” each chapter and tap around for secret levels and even more surprises! Visit for more hints, tips and secrets.

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    Users comments for Where's My Water? T-Mo Edition

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    May 10, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    It,s awesome

    Fajr Afzal

    by Fajr Afzal

    Mar 31, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    A great game

    Doc Gray

    by Doc Gray

    Feb 23, 2017  |  "Poor"

    I dislike how you can not uninstall it......Im a grown man that needs this on my phone why? How about adding an unistall feature....your wasting my space.

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Feb 16, 2017  |  "Great"

    Pretty cool

    Pubalan balan

    by Pubalan balan

    Jan 02, 2017  |  "OK"


    Husain Ahmed

    by Husain Ahmed

    Dec 01, 2016  |  "Good"

    Ok I think