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- Where?s My Water? Game is based on the award-winning app
- Win by sending the most marbles down the pipes to Swampy?s shower
- But there are traps and obstacles on the way, so if you want to be the first one to get the most water to Swampy, you better move fast!
- Includes gameboard, Swampy figure and tub, 15 marbles, 15 water chutes, 3 duck pegs, 2 poison pegs, 30 round bumper pegs, deck of 48 cards, label sheet and game guide
List Price: $19.99
Disney Where’s My Water? Game Description
Reviews By Kerry : Date December 1, 2012
I don’t like to post negative reviews but I feel like I owe other parents this one. The set up for this game was at least 20 min. (applying stickers, constructing the board, game pieces, etc.) My son absolutely loves it but cries because we can’t finish a game without it falling apart. The concept is wonderful and it’s lots of fun when we get going but then inevitably, the bottom pieces come loose and have to be reassembled (tub pieces and tricky device that attaches Swampy and makes him slide). All pieces of this game have to be disassembled for it to fit in the box only to reassembled for the next time it is used. The only way we can continue to play this is to attempt to glue gun some things together.
Reviews By David Girod : Date November 19, 2012
I bought this game for my nephews who can’t get enough of the app. And unlike it’s “Angry Birds” physical counterpart, the “Where’s My Water?” game provides a lot of fun, without the hassle of lots of scattered and easy to lose pieces.
The way the game works is that there are 4 tubes at the top where you pour the “water” (marbles in this case), and as the marbles work their way down the board “Plinko” style they take a fun ride along several paths. The goal of the game is to get your “water” into the tub at the bottom.
The kids can spend a bunch of time movig the pieces around to see how many combinations they can make to get the marbles into the tub and not lodged halfway up the board. This is a fun game that let’s them use their brains, problem solve and have a good time.
If you have kids that like playing the electronic version, they will love this game.
Reviews By Chris Winchester : Date November 21, 2012
This game has to be put together and it take you from 10 to 20 minutes to put it together. You might need to sand the edges of some of the pieces to make them move. After you get the thing put together you get 5 blue marbles per player (2 Players) You then draw a card and arrange the playing board like it says on the card. You then put yellow and purple marbles on the playing board as well. You then take turns with the other person trying to knock the yellow marbles out and not touching the purple marbles. It isnt as easy as it sounds. This game is somewhat interesting. There is a lot of education value here if you consider the outcomes of releasing a marble down any one of the stacks. Thinking is involved. It is pretty durable and I do give this things 4 stars because my son enjoys it and I believe it is right in his age bracket (8 years old.