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Where's My Mickey? is based on the gameplay of Where's My Water?, but now with Mickey Mouse as the protagonist. As with all games in the series the puzzle element is based around guiding water from a source to a finishing point by removing dirt. This is mainly done by tracing a path with a finger, avoiding obstacles and manipulating spouts and other elements, to change the water flow.

The game consists of three chapters each with their own story, theme and animated cut-scenes with 20 levels for each one. In When Life Gives You Lemons Mickey wants to set up a lemonade stand on a hot day on the beach and he needs water for that. In Fanning the Flames he needs to douse flames to prevent them from reaching TNT and in Growing Pains water is used to enter a gardening competition. A fourth mission, called It's a Big World After All, is about intergalactic travel in a water powered spacecraft. It is exclusive to the XL version of the game (iPad / Windows App) and makes use of a widescreen for a larger environment.

Unlike the other games of the series it is not entirely set underground and offers new ways to interact with the water. Clouds can be used to absorb water and release it by tapping them. Wind also plays a role, diverting the water or moving clouds in a certain direction. There also plants that can be grown, sand has a specific use and water can be guided using long hoses. Visually the game uses elements from a new series of Mickey animated shorts. The ducks from the original game are replaced by stars. Optionally up to three can be collected to complete a level perfectly. Each mission has three collectible items hidden in the environment. When all items have been collected a bonus level can be played.

It is a commercial game with various level packs offered as in-app purchases. Glass Half Empty is set in a warm mining environment in the mountains where Mickey fights a goat for water and in Menace of Venice antagonist Peg-Leg Pete steals all the water from Venice, ruining Mickey's and Minnie's romantic gondola trip. There are also two episodes for Goofy (Van Goofy and Shipwrecked) offered as an in-app purchase. In these Goofy generally takes on the role of Cranky in Where's My Water? and he uses plants to turn water poisonous so vegetation can be destroyed to create a path. Additional purchases are mainly for hint packs that help completing levels.


Where's My Mickey? Android The game has many animated cut-scenes. Here Mickey is out of water for his lemonade stand (free version).
Where's My Mickey? Android Age verification screen (free version)
Where's My Mickey? Android Some water has been stored in the cloud. Tap it to make it rain (free version).
Where's My Mickey? Android The windows blows the cloud to the right where you can drop the water (free version).

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Where's My Mickey? Screenshot
Where's My Mickey? Screenshot
Where's My Mickey? Screenshot
Where's My Mickey? Screenshot

Alternate Titles

  • "米奇很忙!" -- Traditional Chinese Spelling
  • "米奇小顽皮?" -- Simplified Chinese Spelling
  • "Где же Микки?" -- Russian Spelling
  • "Wo Ist Mein Micky?" -- German Title
  • "Where's My Mickey? XL" -- iPad / Windows Apps title
  • "Mais, Où Est Mickey?" -- French Title
  • "Dov’è il Mio Topolino?" -- Italian Title
  • "미키는 어디에?" -- Korean Spelling

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