It's a hot day at the beach, so Mickey decides to serve lemonade. Unfortunately there's no water. Help Mickey dig a spring so he can make lemonade.
Platform: Android, iOS
Players: 1 player
Age: Any Age
Game Time: 1-3mins/level
Developer or Designer: Disney
Where's My Mickey?
Goofy episodes requires additional payment
is a physics-based puzzle game by Disney available for download on Android
tablets for £1.49. It is great fun, but if you are unsure whether you want to buy it, you can get a free demo
The aim of the game is to provide Mickey with water by digging holes underground so that the water can make its way through the pipes, and into Mickey's bucket. To do this you have clear away, and poke rain clouds.
At first this all sounds pretty easy, but after a few levels, you quickly begin to realise that a certain amount of forethought is required if you want the water to reach the pipes. Rubbing away willy nilly won't complete the job, you have to be precise about what areas to clear.
This is particularly true if you want to get a perfect score. On each level there are stars wanting to be watered, and you need to fill them up before sending the water to Mickey. Sometimes the stars are up in the air, so you have to find a way to get the water to go up rather than down. There has been many a time when I tried turning my tablet upside down to get the water to fall, but that won't work here.
As well as the main level, there are also puzzles with Goofy and Pluto too. Goofy is pretty much the same, only he wants nectar from an exotic plant to make his food tastier. If you find Pluto's hidden collectibles during the game, then it opens up bonus levels.
The puzzles are challenging, but keep you going back. The only real thing I find annoying is even when you buy the full version, you still have to pay extra for Goofy levels past level six.