Water Me Please! Brain Teaser

Water Me Please! Brain Teaser

There isn’t a secret behind Water Me Please! Brain Teaser – as you can see from the name here we have a puzzle game that will put your brain power to the test.

The story behind the game is simple as usual – here you have to water plants that are withering. To do this you will have to devise a way to get water to the plants with the puzzle parts that you have been given. You will have to move them around to see where they should be placed and once you figure this out you can get water to the plants. If you succeed (and some levels have time limits) you can move to the next level. Water Me Please! Brain Teaser comes with hundreds of levels so you will play this game for a long time. Just like most other such games Water Me Please! Brain Teaser comes with 2D visuals only but they are nice and so is the sound. The game is also free.

Water Me Please! Brain Teaser is a nice game that will help you sharpen your thinking. The game comes with numerous exciting levels, nice graphics and pleasant sound effects so if you want to challenge yourself you have come to the right place!

Water Me Please! Brain Teaser is here on Google Play.

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