Android App Video Review: Where’s My Perry?

Jul 13, 2012

Where’s My Water? was a delightful physics puzzler from Creature Feep and Disney. It was brimming with that Disney brand of personality and charm, and the gameplay was fairly original for a liquid relocation puzzle game. Now, that game gets a sequel and a brand new skin, themed after the hilarious show Phineas and Ferb. Where’s My Perry? brings with it new mechanics and art, and a whole new sense of humor, making it just as refreshing as the first.

Instead of helping a sewer dwelling alligator take a bath, you are helping Agent P, a platypus named Perry who is also a secret agent, get to a secret base. This base is officially over 6,000 kilometers underground according to this game. By guiding the water to Perry’s location, you’ll activate the pneumatically-opened transport tube. Some of the new mechanics include lasers that turn water into steam or ice and vice versa, and water to confetti  conversion devices. Instead of collecting rubber duckies on each level, you are collecting three garden gnomes.

Where’s My Perry? Android App Review –

Today: Join Agent P on his very own mobile physics puzzle adventure! A review of Where.s My Perry? by App: Where.s My Perry? Price: $0.99 The price depicted is at the time of this review, and could easily be changed.

The art is just as good as ever, but with more of a Phineas and Ferb flair. The animations and random voice clips that are played make the whole thing much more enjoyable, and the music matches the game perfectly. This sequel is much more than a cheap re-skin and cash in, and the new mechanics and humorous elements make for a brand new experience. Whether you were a massive fan of the first or missed out on it entirely, I definitely recommend you give this one a go. You can currently download Where’s My Perry? for just one dollar.

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Andrew Koziara

Andrew Koziara is a lifelong gamer and metal head. When he isn’t playing or reviewing games, he’s making them at Tribeca Flashpoint Academy. Check out his Twitter page here.

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