DescriptionWhere's My Water? Featuring XYY is a spin-off of Where's My Water? that replaces Swampy from the main with the Chinese animated TV series character XYY (Xǐ Yáng Yáng, also known as Peasant Goat) and it is set in medieval China. The sheep lives on a green hill with his friends, but a clumsy and hungry Big Bad Wolf lives on the other side and keeps XXY's friends captured underground. The game consists of four worlds with twenty levels each.
The puzzle mechanics are largely identical to the original game. The player needs to guide water from a reservoir through an environment by tracing a path through dirt using a finger, avoiding hazards and using various elements to influence the water flow. Puzzle elements include fire, oil, vines that can be grown by watering them and pulleys. As with the ducks in the main game a level can be completed perfectly by soaking (collecting) up to three bells, a popular prop from the TV series. Even though collecting bells is optional, it is eventually required to keep progressing. Levels also have collectibles hidden in the dirt and when all of them are collected in a single mission, a bonus level becomes available.
Each collected bell provides ten coins that can be used to buy hints and power-ups that help complete levels. These power-ups reference other characters from the TV series' cast. Some power-ups are also provided during gameplay with no additional cost. It is a commercial game and additional coins can be bought in packs as in-app purchases.
This game entry covers two versions of the game that are largely identical. There is the US release Where's My Water? Featuring XYY that was most likely available worldwide (Android / iOS) and eventually pulled from stores. There is also the Chinese version Where's My XiYangYang? released earlier that is still available and was updated further. The Windows Phone and Windows Apps version of Where's My Water? Featuring XYY are still available and are worldwide releases. The Chinese version was developed in cooperation with ATH Studios specifically for the Chinese market. In that version levels are tied to Chinese holidays, there are weekly levels, an revised tutorial and additional level packs as in-app purchases including levels that are turned upside down.
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- "Where's My XiYangYang?" -- Chinese title
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