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Where’s My Perry Android Game App

Posted on July 9, 2012
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With game apps usually receiving either a good or bad review among players and not always being an in-between, some game developers have tried to follow a formula that is known to be successful and then work out new game apps from there. This at least will help give them a somewhat bigger chance of getting another popular game app out in the market rather than taking a big risk on an untried formula. Such is what players may notice on the Where’s My Perry Android game app.

Where’s My Perry for Android is somewhat an offshoot of the Where’s My Water game app which was made by the same game developer. Instead of Swampy the Alligator, you have Perry the Platypus from the Phineas and Ferb animated series. The object of the game is to get Perry out of the transportation tubes by using water as liquid, steam or ice in order to make it run the generators to let Perry go on his way.

The game app is also a physics-based game just like its predecessor. But this time, water in its three different states makes the game even more interesting and challenging. The fluid physics used in the game are just like how it acts in real life. That is why players need to think of ways to manipulate how the water moved through the different puzzles in order to be successful. The Where’s My Perry Android game app is available at Google Play for a US$1 download.

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