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| October 4, 2012
Mirror, Mirror On The Wall, Is Where's My Perry? The Best Physics-Based Puzzle Game Of Them All?
The first major update to Where's My Perry? is here! Let's declassify it, shall we? Where's My Perry?, as hinted at by its familiar-sounding interrogative name, is a game that spun off from Disney's immensely popular Where's My Water?. Like Where's My Water?, Where's My Perry? is a physics-based puzzle game that involves a lot of fluid mechanics. But while Where's My Water? stars Swampy the showering sewer alligator, Where's My Perry? stars the eponymous platypus from the Disney Channel's "Phineas and Ferb." In Where's My Perry?, Perry is actually Agent P. Agent P has been called by Major Monogram to report for a mission briefing at headquarters. But on his way there, Agent P gets stuck in his transportation tubes. Now, you must help Agent P get unstuck! To do so, you have to guide the water, steam, or even ice in every level toward the generators that power the transportation tubes. [caption id="attachment_344245" align="aligncenter" width="320"] Where's My Perry?[/caption] The latest update to Where's My Perry, which is its first major update but third update overall, adds 20 new puzzling levels. These levels are contained in a new chapter called "A Platypus Never Forgets." "A Platypus Never Forgets" challenges you to guide water to the generators using the reflective capabilities of mirrors. The new update also includes a new achievement and two new bonus levels for players who have "tri-gnomed" every chapter. It also improves language support for all character voices, including those of Major Monogram and the evil villain Dr. Doofenshmirtz. Compatible with both iPhone (not yet iPhone 5-optimized, though) and iPad, Where's My Perry? is available in the App Store for $0.99. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]