Limited time offer: Where's My Mickey? priced at $0.00 on iTunes
Where's My Mickey? requires players to help the legendary mouse collect water in order to fulfil various tasks. This can be done by digging the ground and utilizing miscellaneous objects, such as valves, pipes, and more. The weather is a substantial part of the gameplay, too - in order to provide Mickey with the precious liquid, players have to manipulate wind, rain, and clouds.
Where's My Mickey? comes with several episodes, each consisting of 20 levels. After players successfully finish a given episode, they can watch a short cartoon, which is starring Mickey Mouse and his friends (frankly, who else did you expect?). Additional level packs, which feature Goofy and Minnie Mouse, are available as in-app purchases, too.
Disney's physics puzzle game is also available for free on Windows Phone devices, while Android enthusiasts can get it for no more or less than $1.99.
You can read our full review of Where's My Mickey? here.
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1. damokles (Posts: 40; Member since: 12 Sep 2012)
come on, be creative and stop copying "Where's my water?". Won't buy.
3. Blazers (Posts: 139; Member since: 05 Dec 2011)
Disney created "where's my water", which was very creative. It's up to them if they want to make versions with Mickey or Perry the Platypus
4. damokles (Posts: 40; Member since: 12 Sep 2012)
So you're telling me, that I have to buy more versions of the same game? It's like buying every PS3-version, lol.