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Amuses my child
on July 10, 2013
My son love the "where's my water" and "where's my Perry" games, so I took the chance and ordered this one. Like the original and first sequel, the goal is to get water to the output pipe. In this case, the output pipe goes to a water fountain where Mickey waits to make lemonade. The puzzles are similar to the ones on the other two games, with the added element of mickey standing in the background waiting for his water.
Now, for the warning side of things. There are two things you should be aware of as a parent. This game does use a little more crude humor than the other two. The whole premise of the game is that Mickey is trying to make lemonade to sell to hungry customers, and much of the humor reminds me of older Mickey cartoons. These are not horrible, just things like a lemon "peeing" into the water.
The second thing is that you only get the Mickey maps, the full Goofy ones are not included (and must be purchased separately). This can mean some complaining ensues at that point - and requests for the additional maps (only the first couple are included as a teaser). I will give my opinion of the Goofy maps since it doesn't appear that you can actual search for them separately.
The Goofy maps cost $1.99 and are significantly cruder than the Mickey ones. In Ship Wrecked, Goofy is trying to change the random things he finds on the island into food. If you fail to get the food converting material to him, he does things like eat his hand. So this is not for young children.
The second set of Goofy maps Goofy is trying to paint a picture. Similar types of things happen while he is trying to paint, though mostly around his frustration if he doesn't get his magic paint. The pictures he does make if you get the "paint" to him are kinda cool older Disney drawings.