Where's My Water? Surpasses 300 Stages, Introduces The Lost Levels
Not to be confused with the Japanese version of Super Mario Bros. 2, of course.
Disney must be under the impression that its iOS and Android game, Where's My Water?, is some sort of success. That's the only explanation for all this cool downloadable content that just landed on our laps.
The paid version, for instance, now has 20 classic levels from Where's My Water? Free, titled The Lost Levels, which should raise the eyebrows of a billion Nintendo fans. Even better, Disney has plans for aggressive expansion (AKA more DLC) for this portion of the game.
What's more, Where's My Water? now features iCloud support, so feel free to play at your desk, then pick up where you left off on the toilet, because we all know you have a bathroom iPad.
On top of that, the latest update (called Overstuffed) provides the final 20 levels to Cranky's Story. To access it, you must spend $1.99 on top of $0.99 to download the game.
As for Where's My Water? Free, Days of Summer includes 12 more levels to check out. Tri-duck each level to unlock Swampy's Picks, five levels from the paid version.
What should you take away from this? Levels, levels and more levels. Of course, if you never heard of Where's My Water?, you're officially the only person left in the world. Seriously, the game's HUGE, and quite brilliant to boot.