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Where's My Mickey?

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Title Screen

Where's My Mickey?

Developer: Creature Feep
Publisher: Disney Mobile
Platforms: iOS, Android, Windows
Released internationally: June 19, 2013

SourceIcon.png This game has uncompiled source code.
DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.

So very stubbly.
This page is rather stubbly and could use some expansion.
Are you a bad enough dude to rescue this article?
To do:
Find anything or leftovers in the free version and the XL version.

Wheres My Mickey? is a spin-off of Where's My Water?. It's basically the same game, but it stars Mickey Mouse and his friends in place of the sewer alligators, drawn in the art style of Paul Rudish's long-running 2013 series.

Development Leftovers

Source Code

//  GameMovieView.h
//  Where's My... ?
//  Created by Russ Klinkerman on 4/19/13.
//  Copyright 2013 Disney Mobile. All rights reserved.

#import <UIKit/UIKit.h>
#import <AVFoundation/AVFoundation.h>

@interface GameMovieView : UIView

@property (nonatomic, retain) AVPlayer *player;

- (void)setVideoFillMode:(NSString *)fillMode;


The iOS versions left a small source file called GameMovieView.h at the root of the application with a developer copyright, the said developer was a lead designer of the game.

Half of the source code

Half of the source code was found on github. The files seem to be in the transition between Where's My Mickey? and Where's My XiYangYang.


Almost all of the folders in wmw_spl_act_wheresmywater_750x500.swf in the wmw flash version have a direct or close C++ equivalent. The only major one missing is WaterConcept, which in the Flash version contains the code for managing fluids, dirt/rock and objects.[1]

It also looks like there was going to be a macOS version of Where's My Mickey / Where's My XiYangYang.

Texture Export Configs

A small number of texture directories have a configuration file named atlast.cfg, most likely the text inside them are arguments for a texture exporting tool.

-e waltex -fmt rgba4444

Almost Empty Java Source Directory

Do not move files from com.disney.common
    (or do so cautiously and update native code in lockstep accordingly)

- Native code is hardwired to class and methods defined in com.disney.common
- We are migrating these step by step but they need to remain here for Mickey


A directory named com is present in the root of version 1.2 for Android. Most of these directories commonly contain source files but they are nowhere to be found; just a note named _IMPORTANT_Readme_Do_Not_Rename_These_Files.txt.

Developer Notes

Levels can override any animation defined by the LevelPack on a per level basis.

Skeleton Actor:
    Requires attributes for skeleton, animation, and scene

Expected Animations:
    idle:           (group) played while idle in the portal 
    intro:          played while entering the level from the results screen
    success:        played when the level is won and continues all the way into the results screen
    fail:           played when the level has failed
    tapped:         (group) played when the player tapps on the portal
    resultsIdle:    played when the gag has completed
    resultsTapped:  (group) played when the results animation is tapped on
    resultsGag:     played when the success animation has completed
    resultsPostGag: played after the gag, but before idle
    screen_pos:     The position in screen space of the portal, as seen in game
    uv_pos:         The uv position of the texture applied to the portal (where the portal is looking)
    widet_pos:      The position in screen space of the Widget_Animation on SN_ResultsPortal. This has a range of 0-1. 1 being the entire screen.
    screen_scale:   The scale of the geometry in screen space, this equates to the radius
    uv_scale:       The uv scale of the texture applied to the protal (how big the texture is)
    widet_scale:    The scale of the animaiton contained in the widget on SN_ResultsPortal
    to_delay:       The time to delay before performing the transition
    to_pos:         The position of the gemometry in screen space, as see in the game.
    to_scale:       The scale of the gemometry for the portal, as see in the game.
    to_uv_scale:    The time it takes to transition from the last uv scale to the new one
    to_uv_pos:      The time it takes to transition from the last uv position to the new one
    to_widget_scale:The time it takes to transition from the last widget scale to the new one
    to_widget_pos:  The time it takes to transition from the last widget position to the new one
    minimum_to_wait:Minimum amount of time to wait before performing the transition, currently
                        only used for payoff transition and has to deal with how long to
                        wait before starting to scale up to payoff.

A note on configuring levels.

  1. [1],
    Wmm source vs flash version.png