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Disney Where's My Water? Game

2.8 out of 5 stars 88 customer reviews

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  • Where's My Water? Game is based on the award-winning app
  • But there are traps and obstacles on the way, so if you want to be the first one to get the most water to Swampy, you better move fast!
  • Win by sending the most marbles down the pipes to Swampy's shower
  • Includes gameboard, Swampy figure and tub, 15 marbles, 15 water chutes, 3 duck pegs, 2 poison pegs, 30 round bumper pegs, deck of 48 cards, label sheet and game guide
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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Product Description

It’s the award-winning app with a whole new life! Help Swampy get "water" flowing back into his shower in the Where’s My Water? game. Send marbles down the pipes and see if they make it!

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It’s the award-winning app with a whole new life! Help Swampy get "water" flowing back into his shower in the Where’s My Water? game. Send marbles down the pipes and see if they make it!

Product Information

Product Dimensions 3 x 15.8 x 10.5 inches
Item Weight 2.2 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B008KGR356
Item model number A2237
Manufacturer recommended age 5 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #173,694 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#4,633 in Toys & Games > Games > Board Games
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2.8 out of 5 stars 88 customer reviews

2.8 out of 5 stars
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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By Kerry on December 1, 2012
I don't like to post negative reviews but I feel like I owe other parents this one. The set up for this game was at least 20 min. (applying stickers, constructing the board, game pieces, etc.) My son absolutely loves it but cries because we can't finish a game without it falling apart. The concept is wonderful and it's lots of fun when we get going but then inevitably, the bottom pieces come loose and have to be reassembled (tub pieces and tricky device that attaches Swampy and makes him slide). All pieces of this game have to be disassembled for it to fit in the box only to reassembled for the next time it is used. The only way we can continue to play this is to attempt to glue gun some things together.
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This game involves at least 20 minutes of assembly. All the little pegs that make it a plinko type game that I remember from my Price is Right loving childhood have to be individually put in. You also need to place the stickers on the other pieces. My big beef with this game is that the entire back part that holds this big hunk of plastic up is cardboard and keeping it upright in use is a pain. The bottom pieces with the tub and Swampy also do not stand up well to play. Once modified for real use it is kind of a fun game to try to manipulate the balls to where you want them to go. I am trying to come up with a plan to modify the board somehow with maybe glue (even if swampy does not move and maybe an art canvas stand to make it stand better as the "cool factor" is there and it could be a great game. I really wish they did not skimp on the construction as I would have preferred to spend a few dollars more to have the 50 cents worth of parts that would make this go from sort of dissapointing to great. Like others have stated, this is not going to fit in the original box without reassembly later.
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Its ok, if you like to put it together, EVERY time you play with it. I would not have bought it if i realized how many tiny pieces it had. It is a cute game, with a FUN Marble Fall concept; But even the adorable alligator doesn't move smoothly or stay "on track" when moved. Basically, we don't even "play the game", we just "watch the marbles fall" again and again. Not Worth $30. Company should have spent a little extra money and made it with better plastic or got a better game engineer to design it. Disappointed I wasted our $. :(
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We played this game for the second time today. What a dissapointment. Nothing fits together properly, and the concept of the game is borderline stupid. Please, save your time and money!
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Disney and Hasbro didn't QUITE make this work well enough to be fun for the long term. If your kid has played the app version of this game, they'll want to play this because they're familiar with the app... so set aside some time to assemble it. (If you plan on giving it as a gift, assemble it beforehand - it's not fun to assemble.)

So after its all assembled - it's OK. It not heaps of fun, and it's certainly not going to be a long-term go-to game. It's great that Disney brought a "real life" game to a video game, because we all know too many kids stare at screens for too long, but as an adult, I can tell you that the video game is more fun and has more replay value. The fun for this game is mostly when playing it with others.

Quality: it'll probably hold up for several months with young kids (6-7) playing with it...

Overall, this is an OK game (the app is more fun) that's fun to play every now and then with others. If your kid loves the game and you want to spend time playing with them instead of them staring at pixels, give it a try!
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I have not experienced this app and so I am unable to make any comparison. First getting the game out of the box, there is a lot of pieces. You have stick stickers and place card-board inlays. The idea of the game is that you are trying to get water into the bathtub. You drop a marble down the tunnels and then travel down a path with the hope of avoiding the dangers and collecting the ducks. The idea of the game is not a bad one but the execution is lacking. The back board is cardboard and I struggled to get the board flat. This resulted the pegs and items not fitting well into the board. So therefore at times when a ball went down the game it would take out the obstacles. My son seemed to enjoy the game although as he is on the younger age for this game a lot of the balancing of balls was left to me and even I at times would send them falling down when I didn't want to. As you have purple balls behind the skulls which cause you to lose points and yellow balls behind the ducks to gain points. There are three levels of the games for building the board. I like the idea of the levels. I did found as we played the often one ball could take out several of the bonus balls at a time. This could mean that having 5 marbles each it would take some of the fun out. This game can be played by itself and I am sure with older children when they are able to set up the game it would be fine but as a parent of a child who still needs help this game got annoying for me very quickly. Another aspect of the game that I didn't like was the area that you collect the balls in. It does not have a solid bottom and the area is not completely divided into two. So although you can aim the balls from one side or another if you don't take them out after each term they can still get mixed up.Read more ›
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