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Disney's 'Where's My Mickey?' Named App of the Week, Available for Free

wheresmymickeyDisney's Where's My Mickey app has been named Apple's App of the Week, and as a result, it is available for free for the first time since its initial June 2013 release. Based on the popular Where's My Water? game Where's My Mickey? is a physics-based game that asks players to help Mickey Mouse collect water to progress through levels.

While the gameplay is similar to Where's My Water?, it introduces new Mickey-based art and weather mechanics including wind, clouds, and rain, that were not available in the initial Where's My Water? app. Where's My Mickey includes five different episodes of levels for free and it also offers two additional episode packs for $0.99 as well as in-app purchases for hints.
- 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 Channel's 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!
Where's My Mickey? can be downloaded from the App Store for free for the next week. [Direct Links: iPhone/iPad]

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Posted: 12 weeks ago
'Where's My Mickey?' sounds so wrong in Ireland, and definitely not appropriate for Kids......
Rating: 6 Positives
Posted: 12 weeks ago
I find it odd that well-established brands such as Disney feel the need to resort to in-app purchases to drive sales of their games — especially games marketed toward small children.

Surely the Disney name is enough to entice parents to drop $4.99 or even $9.99 for a game that they can hand to their children and not have to worry about the trappings of IAP.
Rating: 2 Positives
Posted: 12 weeks ago

I find it odd that well-established brands such as Disney feel the need to resort to in-app purchases to drive sales of their games — especially games marketed toward small children.

Surely the Disney name is enough to entice parents to drop $4.99 or even $9.99 for a game that they can hand to their children and not have to worry about the trappings of IAP.


Agreed, I only purchase games without IAP for my children and it's getting more difficult finding them. I also wish sites would stop promoting freemium games as free.
Rating: 1 Positives

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