Free-to-Play 'Where's My Water? 2' Debuts on the App Store

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The fourth installment in Disney's Where's My Water? series has launched on the App Store. Unlike the last two apps -- Where's My Perry? and Where's My Mickey? -- Where's My Water? 2 is a proper sequel featuring Swampy, the alligator from the original game.

The game uses an in-app purchase free-to-play mechanism across 100 new levels, a new challenge mode, and more. The original game was very positively reviewed when it was first released and all three editions have been incredibly popular.

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Get ready to join Swampy, Allie, and Cranky on their NEXT exciting adventure!

The sequel to the most addicting physics-based puzzler from Disney has finally arrived. Where’s My Water? 2 launches with three brand new locations including the Sewer, the Soap Factory, the Beach. Best of all, the puzzles are all free! Cut through dirt, and guide fresh water, purple water, and steam to help Swampy and his friends!

Key Features:

- Play 100+ levels and challenges with a brand new look in the Gator universe featuring Swampy, Allie, Cranky, and Mystery Duck!
- Introducing ‘Challenge Modes’ to replay the levels in explosive new ways!
- Dig as fast as you can and get as many duckies as possible in ‘Duck Rush’ levels!
- ‘Tri-ducking’ is now faster, better and more fun with boosts, such as Vacuum, Dropper, and Absorber! Small fees may be required for these additional boosts.
- Connect through Facebook and see if you can beat your pals on the adventure!
- Experience fun mechanics that are uniquely designed for each character!
- Complete achievements and earn special themed duckies such as gladiator-duckie, astronaut-duckie, hula-duckie, and many more!
- Stuck on a level? Use hints to help you solve the puzzles!

The in-app purchases allow users to buy 'energy' which slowly drains during play, hints on how to complete levels, and various power-ups.

Where's My Water 2 is a free download for the iPhone and iPad. [Direct Link]

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93 months ago
Another free to play? CHARGE ME DAMMIT!
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93 months ago
In-app purchases killed mobile gaming for me. I just don't have any desire to play games on my phone anymore because they all feel like Facebook-style games.
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93 months ago

In-app purchases killed mobile gaming for me. I just don't have any desire to play games on my phone anymore because they all feel like Facebook-style games.


Agreed. When I got my first iPhone there were lots of good quality games with uncompromised gameplay for reasonable prices - Now it's free games that try and leech ridiculous amounts of money from you while you're playing.

IAPs in themselves aren't bad IMO, if they're used correctly. Paying a few dollars for something like an extra chapter, an extra map or special weapon is perfectly fine. What's not fine is when they charge you for "coins" or "gems" that get used up in 2 seconds, at which point the game badgers you to buy more! And they're really cheeky with the prices too - if you want to get a decent amount (of virtual currency) you'll have to spend up into the double digits, easily.
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93 months ago
I don't have a problem with IAP if the option is "Buy Full Game" and unlock everything for one price. This constant energy draining nonsense is just the worst.
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93 months ago
When I see that In-App-Purchases are needed in a game I don't even bother downloading it. Pass.
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93 months ago
Pass.
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