Phineas and Ferb fantastic spinoff game starring Perry – AKA Agent Perry – is pulling in great numbers again this week topping off both iPad and iPhone charts at number 1. First off, let’s get the one negative thing out of the way. There needs to be more levels. Many 6 year olds and adults alike have already gotten all 240 gnomes. Come on Disney, Let’s get with it and release some new levels fast. I would look for some new levels in the next couple weeks – for sure by the 1st of August.
The game designers have shown impressive integration of game play and humor from the show. This is one of the few games I play with the sound on. It’s very easy to pick up for a few minutes and the shorter sessions are a nice way to kill time. Just like in Where’s My Water. I’ve very much enjoyed the Perry Game and how they’ve fleshed out some of the gameplay to include solids, liquids and gases. I’m very excited to see where they go from here. A very Addicting Game and provides many hours of entertainment for all ages. Agent Perry is fun and steals the show. Even though Where’s My Water is available for online play Where’s My Perry is currently not available for online play and only available at the App Store or Android Market.
Now, for several weeks Perry has been hitting it over the fence in the numbers section. Where’s My Perry was launched on the heels of Where’s My Water in a brilliant move by Disney Mobile to leap Frog its on number 1 Mobile game. I don’t think we’ve seen this before and it is giving Rovio’s new release of Amazing Alex quite a challenge. Initially, Amazing Alex stole Perry’s number one spot but now Agent Perry has retaken the lead. Both are just fantastic games so if you’re a Perry the Platypus fan, this one is a no-brainer. Get it. Play it. Love it.