September 11, 2013
Disney's Where's My Water? has just received a new content update. But the star of this new update is not the hygienic Swampy nor the gluttonous Cranky nor the Mystery Duck. Rather, it stars the musically inclined Allie. Allie was introduced to Where's My Water? through the game's previous update, which was issued last May and brought Allie's story in addition to Swampy's story, Cranky's story, and the Mystery Duck's special chapter:
Allie is the sewer's most creative alligator. Her quirky spirit and artistic talents made her a star. Now, the gators have crafted a one-of-a-kind steam-powered musical instrument, and can't wait to hear her play it! Help Allie get the steam she needs and enjoy her take on classic Disney tunes.If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. Allie debuted with 40 steam-filled musical levels across two chapters called "Warming Up" and "Tuning In." Now, thanks to the latest update to Where's My Water?, another 40 steam-filled musical levels has been added to Allie's story, complete with new challenges, collectibles, and special unlockable tunes. These new levels, which collectively serve as Allie's curtain call of sorts, are found in two new chapters titled "Rising to the Top" and "Symphony in Steam." The new version of Where's My Water? is available now in the App Store as a free update or as a new $0.99 download. The game is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 4.3 or later. Last July, Where's My Water? was one of the "groundbreaking games" that were made available for free by Apple in celebration of the App Store's fifth anniversary. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
Where's My Water?