20 New Laser-Reflecting Levels for Hit Mobile Puzzler “Where’s My Perry?”


Agent P has gained the power of reflective mirrors in the latest chapter of the hit mobile game Where’s My Perry?  In “A Platypus Never Forgets,” players can now deflect Dr. Doofenshmirtz’s lasers and Crazy-inators in an effort to help our semi-aquatic sleuth reach the Organization Without a Cool Acronym’s headquarters. The new chapter features 20 new levels, and players can test their secret agent skills even further by discovering the hidden gems and unlocking two bonus gnome-filled levels!

Where’s My Perry? is available for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad on the iTunes App store at: http://ow.ly/e86Q8 and for Android on Google Play at http://ow.ly/e86Uc.

Have you caught the Where’s my Perry bug yet? My daughter LOVES this game and I have been known to play a level or 2 for her when it gets a little tough 😉


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20 New Laser-Reflecting Levels for Hit Mobile Puzzler “Where’s My Perry?” was last modified: September 9th, 2013 by Chip Confer

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  1. Haven’t tried this one yet. My husband “owns” all the idevices in our house and I don’t get to play very often.