Tue. Jul 5th, 2022

Where’s My water? For Android Gets Free For Limited Time (Download)

Happy Holidays are on and we are seeing many top Apps going free from past few days. The first App which went free was of iOS called WhatsApp Messenger. After that Apple released its App called 12-days of Christmas which will last till 2012. Now Android is also not staying behind iOS. Android has also woken up and have made the most amazing, appealing, and attractive game free for its platform. The App, Where’s My water? is not only for Android but is also for iOS. The games is really attractive and appealing. The fun of this App on iOS is different and on Android it would be different.

The games is based on an Alligator known as Swampy. This poor guy Swampy needs to take a shower in his plastic tub with his toy ducks. The problem is that the water has been stopped by different obstacles making it difficult to get to Swampy’s tub. Your job is to make a way by which he can get the water and get a bath.

Where's my Water for androidWhere’s My Water? is a challenging physics-based puzzler complete with Retina display graphics, Multi-Touch 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. All you have to do is make the right decision to take water to his tub.

The most amazing thing is that when you unlock another level of this game, the difficulty gets higher. Every time you unlock a new level, you will get new obstacles in your way. All you will have to do is to use your brain and make a perfect way for the water to meet Swampy.

If you are ready to use your brain and accept the challenge to make the perfect way for water to reach swampy, Get ready to hit the download button below and start your adventure.



Download Where’s My Water for Android (Direct Link)

After you have download this game and started to play, So do let us know about your experience with this game. The game originally cost $0.99 in iTunes Store and Android Market. But it is free for limited time for Android users for now.