Where’s My Water? – Swampy Free Papercraft

Posted on Jan 25 2013 at 08:01:29 PM in Visual Arts

Where’s My Water? – Swampy Free Papercraft

This 3D papercraft is the Swampy, based on the video game “Where’s My Water?“, the paper model was created by spoonful. Swampy is the main character in the game Where’s My Water?. He is an alligator who lives under the city in the sewers. He also is the only alligator who loves to be clean and take showers.

His first appearance is in level 1-1/ “Meet Swampy” as a unique and different character from other alligators, in terms of his personality. Unlike other alligators, he is very nice, kind and generous to other ones that aren’t even nice to him. As you find out later in this tale that Swampy is in love with a girl alligator named Allie that used to love Swampy’s enemy who is named Cranky. Swampy also loves his Rubber Duck. He dislikes Poison Water, Ooze and Mud. He wants to take a shower with just plain Water.

A lovable outcast amongst the other alligators living in the sewers. He enjoys showering which is something the other alligators just don’t understand.

Unbeknownst to him the other alligators routinely tamper with his plumbing to stop his showers. The player’s goal is to get water to Swampy’s broken showers so he can indulge in his favorite pastime.

Where’s My Water? is a puzzle video game developed by Creature Feep and published by Disney Mobile, a subsidiary of Disney Interactive Studios. Released for desktop web browsers such as IE and devices using Apple’s iOS, Google’s Android and Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating systems, the game requires players to route a supply of water to a fastidious alligator. Where’s My Water? has been praised for its gameplay and its graphical style, with special recognition of its lead character, Swampy, the first original Disney character for a mobile game.

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Created: Jan 25 2013 at 08:01:29 PM
Updated: Jan 25 2013 at 08:01:29 PM
Category: Visual Arts
Language: English