Disney to release Where’s my Perry app on June 29
Disney is set to release its next big Android and iOS game, combining the lure and addiction of Where’s my Water with Phineas and Ferb’s Perry the Platypus. Called “Where’s My Perry?”, the game will run $.99 and be available in Google Play on June 29. Features include 80 puzzles spread over four chapters, voices from the cartoon, and all kinds of fun for Agent P. Disney indicates that future versions will see crossover love from Where’s my Water‘s Swampy character. Press release is below, however keep in mind that the game is not available until June 29.
DISNEY LAUNCHES WHERE’S MY PERRY? FOR iOS AND ANDROID
New game brings the antics of Disney’s #1 Animated Show to Disney’s #1 Mobile Game Franchise
Disney Mobile Games today launched Where’s My Perry? for iOS and Android.
game combines the comedic tone, themes, and characters from Disney’s #1 animated series Phineas and Ferb, with the gameplay of Disney’s hit mobile game, Where’s My Water?. Priced at $0.99, Where’s My Perry? centers on a new storyline around Phineas and Ferb’s beloved Perry, the Platypus/ crime-fighting Agent P, and includes a host of new features and gameplay mechanics.
In Where’s My Perry?, Agent P becomes stuck in one of his many transportation tubes after being summoned to the headquarters of Major Monogram for a mission briefing. Now it is up to the player to guide water in its different forms (ice, steam, and liquid) across a variety of levels in an attempt to lead Agent P back to the OWCA headquarters for his mission briefing.
Keeping the core mechanic of Where’s My Water?, digging dirt to guide liquid, Where’s My Perry? also includes several new gameplay elements inspired by the comedy and antics of Phineas and Ferb. The addition of “Crazy-inators,” Dr. Doofenshmirtz’ lasers that have been scattered across the sewer, allow players to instantly turn water into steam, ice or liquid, in addition to a new mysterious form, sludge. There are even bonus levels where players must guide Balloony, Dr. Doofenshmirtz’ childhood friend, as he travels from deep below the ground to be reunited with Dr. Doofenshmirtz.
Where’s My Perry? features the voices of Major Monogram, Dr. Doofenshmirtz, and Carl, and Perry’s famous platypus sound, in addition to animated outro scenes. Disney also plans to add free updates with new levels, including special levels that feature Swampy, the lovable alligator and star of Where’s My Water?.
COMPLETE LIST OF FEATURES:
NEW CHALLENGING PUZZLES – More than 80 puzzles across four chapters, with free updates to follow; AMAZING STATES OF PLAY – Cut dirt to guide water and steam across ice, dirt and rock in a variety of levels; CRAZY-INATORS – The evil villain Dr. Doofenshmirtz has scattered all kinds of lasers across the sewers – you’ll need to use them all to help change water to its different forms;
COLLECTIBLES, CHALLENGES AND BONUS LEVELS – Collect all three gnomes in each level to become a master spy and find top-secret collectibles to unlock bonus levels featuring Balloony – Dr. Doof’s childhood friend.
Since launching in September of 2011, Where’s My Water? has become a global success, reaching the No. 1 spot on the App Store in 80 different countries, and making App Store history when Where’s My Water? Free was announced as the 25 billionth app downloaded. The game also launched on Android platforms for Google Play and the Amazon Appstore where it has enjoyed similar success. In May of 2011, Disney announced the franchise’s first line of merchandise, and later this year Swampy will make his debut in a 12 episode animated web series called, “Where’s My Water?, the Adventures of Swampy.” In June 2012, Apple recognized the game with the Apple Design Award, awarded for innovation and design excellence in developer products.
2012 to-date, “Phineas and Ferb” is TV’s #1 animated series among Kids 2-11, Kids 6-11 and Tweens 9-14. This is the fifth consecutive year “Phineas and Ferb” is pacing to be the #1 animated TV series in Tweens 9-14, and its fifth consecutive year as the #1 animated TV series in primetime among Kids 6-11. [Source: NTI, U.S. ratings, most current, 2012 to date: 12/26/11-6/10/12, trackage data with minimum 5 telecasts]
Where’s My Perry? is now available in the App Store for $0.99, or for download on the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad at: http://bit.ly/QrNvrd
The game will also be available for $0.99 on Android devices tomorrow via Google Play at: http://bit.ly/LqjhAi
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