Where’s My Perry is a challenging physics based puzzler where you need to use water in all its different forms, ice, steam and liquid, to solve the puzzle.
This game follows some elements from the first game by Disney, Where’s My Water. While some have been changed, the overall game play is still more or less the same.
The character drawings are not as good as Swampy but overall, I think this game is alright. The game features intuitive controls, vibrant spy themed graphics, and lasers where you will be immersed in the world of Agent P. Or … Platypus :D.
The only thing I do not like about this game is the Secret Files section. The face on the balloon really annoyed me when I look at it. It looks eerie. But this set of levels are different from the ones in Where’s My Water so it is a good area where players do not have to see almost all aspects of the original game ported to this one.
Once you finish the first few levels, just keep your game data on hold, since more levels will be available after every few months.
Platypus, developed by BitRabbit and distributed by iDigicon and Astraware, is an arcade shooter that features cute graphics and background worlds that look 3d-ish and clay-ish. I read in an article that every item in the game was formed with modeling clay and photographed for inclusion in the game. Tilt your ship up, down, left and or right whilst blasting enemies in front or behind you. Blast as much enemies as you can. Luckily, you can get a few stars to help upgrade your weaponry or increase your score. Fruits also appear that serve as bonuses for your score when you destroy enemies. The game gives you the option to use the auto-fire mode or not, although by default it is set to that. Moving your ship can be done either using the accelerometer or touch screen controls. If you enjoy tilting your iphone, then use the accelerometer as it is.
The background looks like a set of layered images piled on top of one another that results in looking like a 3d world. This is like any other typical arcade shoot ’em up kind of game. The game has grown on me but kids would surely love this game.