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Pipes are an object in Where's My Water?, first appearing in Meet Swampy.

Summary

  • Pipes transport Fluids.
  • Pipes are made up of different parts, with three main ones:
    • Pipe Lines - This is where Fluids move through. You cannot see Fluids moving through it, however.
    • Nozzle - This part releases fluids. Some may also have a Tap, which control when fluids are released. Nozzles "queue" fluids when the drain captures them and then release the fluid in the order they entered it; taps, however, will only make the drain collect fluids as fast as the nozzle can release it.
    • Drain - This part captures fluids. The Drain then takes it to the Pipe Line, where it is released by a nozzle or taken out of the level.

Sounds

Description Sound
Water is Released
Poison Water is Released
Ooze is Released
Steam is Released
Mud is Released

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Pipes are an object in Where's My Water? 2, first appearing in the Sewer.

Summary

  • Pipes transport Fluids.
  • Pipes are made up of different parts, with three main ones:
    • Pipe Lines - This is where Fluids move through. You cannot see Fluids moving through it, however.
    • Nozzle - This part releases fluids. Some may also have a Tap, which control when fluids are released. Unlike past games, nozzles do not "queue" fluids, so drains can only collect fluids as fast as the nozzle can expel it, even if a tap is not present.
    • Drain - This part captures fluids. The Drain then takes it to the Pipe Line, where it is released by a nozzle or taken out of the level.

Sounds

Description Sound
Water is Released
Poison Water is Released
Ooze is Released
Steam is Released

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Pipes are an object in Where's My Perry?, first appearing in An Agent I Can Trust.

Summary

  • Pipes transport fluids.
  • Pipes are made up of different parts, with three main ones:
    • Pipe Lines - This is where Fluids move through. You cannot see Fluids moving through it, however.
    • Nozzle - This part releases fluids. Some may also have a Tap, which control when fluids are released. Nozzles "queue" fluids when the drain captures them and then release the fluids in the order they entered it; taps, however, will only make the drain collect fluid as fast as the nozzle can release it.
    • Drain - This part captures fluids. The Drain then takes it to the Pipe Line, where it is released by a nozzle or taken out of the level.

Sounds

Description Sound
Water is Released
Steam is Released
Sludge, Hot Sludge or Cold Sludge is Released

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Pipes are an Object in Where's My Mickey?, first appearing in When Life Gives You Lemons.

Summary

  • Pipes transport Fluids.
  • Pipes are made up of different parts, with three main ones:
    • Pipe Lines - This is where Fluids move through. You cannot see Fluids moving through it, however.
    • Nozzle - This part releases fluids. Some may also have a Tap, which control when fluids are released. Nozzles "queue" fluids when the drain captures them and then release the fluid in the order they entered it; taps, however, will only make the drain collect fluids as fast as the nozzle can release them.
    • Drain - This part captures fluids. The Drain then takes it to the Pipe Line, where it is released by a nozzle or taken out of the level.

Sounds

Description Sound
Water or Fizzle is Released

Trivia

  • Where's My Mickey? is the first game for Fluids to use the same sound when they are released from a Pipe.

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Pipes are an Object in Where's My Water? Featuring XYY and Where's My XiYangYang?, first appearing in Fire vs. Water.

Summary

  • Pipes transport Fluids.
  • Pipes are made up of different parts, with three main ones:
    • Pipe Lines - This is where Fluids move through. You cannot see Fluids moving through it, however.
    • Nozzle - This part releases fluids. Some may also have a Tap, which control when fluids are released. Nozzles "queue" fluids when the drain captures them and then release the fluid in the order they entered it; taps, however, will only make the drain collect fluids as fast as the nozzle can release it.
    • Drain - This part captures fluids. The Drain then takes it to the Pipe Line, where it is released by a nozzle or taken out of the level.

Sounds

Description Sound
Water is Released
Oil, Hot Oil or Toxic Water is Released

Gallery

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