Here's our walkthrough for Disney brand new creative fun game, Where’s My Water.
Have fun!

Game Introduction

Wheres My Water? by Walt Disney is a intended puzzle game.

The game's story introduces the characters Swampy and Cranky. Where's My Water? is a game about the main character, Swampy, who is running around 198 challenging puzzles trying to find water so he can bathe, with real life water physics. There is other modes too, involvingCranky, who wants to clean his food which has been infested with algae with 88 levels. There is also The Lost Levels, levels that have been removed from Where's My Water? Free. There are many Achievements, tricks, collectibles, surprises, and a lot of other cool stuff in the game. 

This is an especially challenging game of skill where you have to solve diverse and interesting stages that can be solved by using the different tools you get on each stage. Note that each level has a unique solution and you will have to find it by using previous and current stage clues. A correct solution will lead you to the next level and so on until getting to a complete solution and finishing the game.

How to play

In this fun physics based puzzle game your task is to help Swampy the Alligator in his quest to take a shower to dig through dirt to guide water to his tub so he can take a refreshing shower. Watch out for toxic sludge and collect rubber duckies on the way for bonus points. Use your mouse to play Where's My Water game. Click and drag to cut through dirt. The game Where is my Water ? has finally arrived to play it online. Where's My Water? is a fun, simple - yet challenging - physics-based puzzle game featuring Swampy the Alligator and his quest to take a shower.



Title Screen Hijinks : Tapping on Swampy on the Where's My Water title screen generates several zany animations. The radio and shower head can also be interacted with. Tapping on the rubber duckies will make an arrangement of quacking noises.

Trophy Collection Graffiti : Scroll all the way to the bottom of the Collection screen, and continue holding your finger to "force" the screen to scroll farther. You can see Swampy carved his name into the wood!

Pull Back the Curtain : After completing a level, players can drag along the edge of the shower curtain to pull it back and catch a glimpse of Swampy showering.

Hidden Gator : On most stages that scroll vertically, players can scroll all the way to the bottom, players can see Swampy's alligator nemesis hanging out.

Swampy Random Actions : On level 1-20 Drawbridge, If you time it correctly, you will finish the level at the exact same time the purple acid is finally released, which will show Swampy showering in purple acid without losing the level.

Cranky's Spotlight : After completing a level in Cranky' Story, players can drag the spotlight over Cranky around to see different parts of his silhouette.

Unlock free levels early : For the 2nd stage in the free version of the game, (10 Days of Swampy, Hearts and Crafts, and Days of Summer) you are supposed to wait until the 24th of May to unlock all of the levels in Days of Summer. However, you can change your device's date to the 24th, open the game, let the levels unlock and then change the date back to normal to play them earlier.

Scrolling Levels : These levels require scrolling to the top or bottom of the screen to play these levels.


Scroll all the way to the top of the Achievements screen and continue holding your finger to "force" the screen to scroll farther. You will see a planet drawing engraved in the wood. Click on it to enter a secret stage called "Planetarium".


AT the bottom of the Achievements screen, and keep going. There is a heart on the wall. Click on it.


Scroll all the way to the top of the Collection screen and continue holding your finger to "force" the screen to scroll farther. You will see two arrows engraved in the wood. Click on it to enter a secret stage called "Ups and Downs".


Scroll all the way to the bottom of the Colection screen and continue holding your finger to "force" the screen to scroll farther. You will see a sun engraved in the bottom shelf. Click on it to enter a secret stage called "Good Morning".


Unlike the previous levels, this one is not hidden within Swampy's levels. It is hidden at the top of the Challenges screen. Hold your finger to "force" the screen to scroll farther up. You will see a skull engraved in the wood. Click on it to enter a secret stage called "Mining Laser".


This level also requires you to go to Cranky's Story. Go to the Food Groups and scroll up. You will see a picture of a flower. Tap it and then it will show Sara's Level.


This level requires you to go to Swampy's Collection. Scroll all the way down past all the collections. Hold your finger to "force" the screen to scroll farther down. You will see a picture of a fire extinguisher. Tap it and then it will show Underground Adventure.

Duck Tapping Levels

These levels require certain stages to be tri-ducked so the corresponding duck will appear on the main menu. Here is a table comparing the ducks appearance with its stage.

Duck Appearance Stage Obtained
Normal Duck (No accessories) Meet Swampy's duck
Soldier Duck (Has a green hat) Troubled Water's duck
Superhero Duck (Has a red cape) Under Pressure's duck
Cool Duck (Has sunglasses) Sink or Swim's duck
Scientist Duck (Has goggles) Change is Good's duck
Cold Duck (Has a parka) Boiling Point's duck
Viking Duck (Has braids) Stretched Thin's duck
Aviator Duck (Has scarf) Caution to the Wind's duck
Conductor Duck (Has a striped hat) Rising Tide


To play this level, tap the following ducks in order on the Main Menu. It has a time limit of 30 seconds.

  1. Tap Under Pressure duck twice
  2. Tap Sink or Swim duck thrice
  3. Tap Change is Good duck
  4. Tap Yes on the message box


To play this level, tap the following ducks in order on the Main Menu. It has a time limit of one minute and 30 seconds.

  1. Tap Boiling Point duck twice
  2. Tap Change is Good duck twice
  3. Tap Meet Swampy duck
  4. Tap Troubled Waters duck
  5. Tap Meet Swampy duck
  6. Tap Troubled Waters duck
  7. Tap Under Pressure duck
  8. Tap Sink or Swim duck
  9. Tap Yes on the message box

Jelly Car Appreciation

If a player has Jelly Car 3 installed on their device, when viewing the Where's My Water credits, they will see a little Jelly Car rolling by. Tapping on the car will enlarge itself and let you play an exclusive Jelly Car-themed bonus stage.

Where's My Water? (FREE) Walkthrough Game Play - Level 1.1 to 1.10

Where's My Water? Walkthrough Game Play

Level 1.1 to 1.5
Level 1.6 to 1.10 
Level 1.11 to 1.15 


Level 1.16 to 1.20
Level 2.1 to 2.5
Level 2.6 to 2.10 


Level 2.11 to 2.15
Level 2.16 to 2.20
Level 3.1 to 3.5 


Level 3.6 to 3.10
Level 3.11 to 3.15
Level 3.16 to 3.20 


Level 4.1 to 4.5
Level 4.6 to 4.10
Level 4.11 to 4.15 


Level 4.16 to 4.20
Level 5.1 to 5.5
Level 5.6 to 5.10 


Level 5.11 to 5.15
Level 5.16 to 5.20
Level 6.1 to 6.5 


Level 6.6 to 6.10
Level 6.11 to 6.15
Level 6.16 to 6.20 


Level 7.1 to 7.5
Level 7.6 to 7.10
Level 7.11 to 7.15 


Level 7.16 to 7.20
Level 8.1 to 8.5
Level 8.6 to 8.10 


Level 8.11 to 8.15
Level 8.16 to 8.20
Level 9.1 to 9.5 


Level 9.6 to 9.10
Level 9.11 to 9.15
Level 9.16 to 9.20 


Level 10.1 to 10.5
Level 10.6 to 10.10
Level 10.11 to 10.15 


Level 10.16 to 10.20 

Bad Piggies Guide & Walkthrough
Posted by: gameadmin, 2013-03-07, 05:21 - 0 comments

Here's our walkthrough for Rovio's brand new physics game, Bad Biggies. Have fun! 

Meet the piggies.Rovio Entertainment's newest iOS and Android game, Bad Piggies, plays nothing like Angry Birds. Instead of propelling our fine-feathered friends with a slingshot, players aid and abet those rascally pigs by building contraptions to ferry those diabolical swine from point A to point B while satisfying goals en route to the finish line. To that end, instant gratification goes right out the window in exchange for generous amounts of head scratching, as gamers figure out the best combination of parts to earn up to three gold stars per stage. It's a bit maddening, to say the least, which is why we hope to alleviate some stress with this Bad Piggies cheats and tips guide.

How to play

Every level in Bad Piggies has a finish line and a grid. You've got to place the items you are given in the grid to make some kind of vehicle that will transport a green piggy to the finish line.
Start by dragging out items onto the grid. In level 1, for example, we'll make a simple car by plopping down a few wooden boxes and attaching wheels to the bottom.
You can't get going without a pig. Drag the little pig from the toolbox into the grid (preferably inside one of the boxes... so he doesn't fall out) and a 'Tick' button will appear. Press this to go.
Now, gravity will take over. Your vehicle will start rolling down the hill, and will hopefully make it to the goal.
Once you start getting more complicated tools, like bottle rockets, engines, motors, and balloons, you'll be presented with buttons throughout the journey. You can tap these at any time to use the items that are attached to your vehicle.
In every Bad Piggies level, there are three different goals to get. They're the three circular icons you can see at the top of the screen when you are zoomed out.
Below, you'll find out the requirements for each goal. Remember that you don't need to hit all three in one go - they are cumulative, so you can get them in three separate runs to earn the three-star rating.

Know What All The Parts Do

Instead of presenting you with the game's available parts from the beginning, Rovio forces you to unlock them all by simply playing Bad Piggies. That said, you should have a basic understanding of what each part does, and how they all work in tandem. Here are several pieces you'll come across.
Wooden Crates: Excellent for balancing your vehicle while also giving pigs a place to sit.

*Note: You cannot set a vehicle in motion until a pig is inside.

Bottle Rockets: Propel your vehicle up, down, left or right, depending on how you position the nozzles.
Wheels: These get the ball rolling, so to speak.
Motor: Great for keeping a vehicle moving while maintaining momentum.
Balloons: Not only do they float upwards, but they also take piggies along for the ride.
TNT: Tap these dangerous boxes to create a powerful explosion that propels pigs in multiple directions.

Unused Parts...No Problem

You don't need to use all the parts to solve a puzzle, so don't get overly frustrated because, upon building your newest vehicle, there are a couple wheels remaining. There are multiple ways to succeed in Bad Piggies.

Keep All Goals In Mind

To grab all three stars per stage, you'll need to: 

A. Get the pig to the finish line.

B. Grab every star box along the way.

C. Finish within the time limit, when specified by the timer on the top of the screen.

*Note: Some puzzles don't feature a time limit. In this case, you may need to collect all of the star boxes instead.

Always Account For Physics And Balance

If your vehicle looks rickety, there's a good chance it'll fall apart well before the finish line. With this in mind, always try to create something as sturdy as possible, and give thought to how it'll behave in motion. Remember, you can always examine the current stage by tapping the magnifying glass icon on the top right corner of the screen during the building process, then pan the camera by dragging a finger.

*Note: It's a great idea to get the lay of the land before building. This way, you can account for hills, steep drops, jumps and other terrain.

Use The Environments To Your Advantage

Did Rovio leave a TNT box lying around? Do you think a specific hill will help you build just enough momentum to clear a huge jump? Should you pop a balloon while floating over a certain point? Think about these things during construction and while setting the pig in motion.


Struggling to build the best contraptions and coming up short on certain puzzles can drive a person nuts. On that note, don't let the game get the best of you. Put it down for a while, and don't give up. If it takes 500 vehicle designs to find the most ideal solution, so be it. The road may be long, but you'll reach the destination eventually.

Ground Hog Day is the first episode of Bad Piggies. This episode is centered around building contraptions that stay on the ground, hence the name, Ground Hog Day. You can use items such as wood and metal crates, wheels, fans, cola bottles and even propellers to build your vehicles.

Below are the Ground Hog Day Walkthrough videos for each level in the original episode. There are a total of 36 levels. For each level there is also a text description on how to build a contraption to get 3 stars.

Bad Piggies Level 1.1
Bad Piggies Level 1.2
Bad Piggies Level 1.3


Bad Piggies Level 1.4
Bad Piggies Level 1.5
Bad Piggies Level 1.6


Bad Piggies Level 1.7
Bad Piggies Level 1.8
Bad Piggies Level 1.9


Bad Piggies Level 1.10
Bad Piggies Level 1.11
Bad Piggies Level 1.12

Bad Piggies Level 1.13
Bad Piggies Level 1.14
Bad Piggies Level 1.15

Bad Piggies Level 1.16
Bad Piggies Level 1.17
Bad Piggies Level 1.18


Bad Piggies Level 1.19
Bad Piggies Level 1.20
Bad Piggies Level 1.21


Bad Piggies Level 1.22
Bad Piggies Level 1.23
Bad Piggies Level 1.24


Bad Piggies Level 1.25
Bad Piggies Level 1.26
Bad Piggies Level 1.27


Bad Piggies Level 1.28
Bad Piggies Level 1.29
Bad Piggies Level 1.30


Bad Piggies Level 1.31
Bad Piggies Level 1.32
Bad Piggies Level 1.33


Bad Piggies Level 1.34
Bad Piggies Level 1.35
Bad Piggies Level 1.36


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