From the makers of Fruit Ninja comes Fish Out Of Water, here's our review
Chances are that if you have a smartphone of some kind, you've played, or at least heard of Halfbrick studios' mobile games. This is the team of developers behind smashing hit titles like Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride, to name a few. Now, the guys are back with a brand new game called Fish Out Of Water, which aims to win our hearts with innovative, easy-to-grasp gameplay and cartoonish visuals, not to mention that the characters they've created look pretty darn cute! It didn't take us long before we hit that “Download” button, eager to take Fish Out Of Water for a spin!
Meet Olympus, Errol, Finlay, Micro, Rocket, and The Brothers
It's all about getting the highest score
Speaking of bonuses, you get boosts as your fish or mammal travels, while the crystals you collect while leveling up give you additional power-ups. Crystals can also be purchased with real money, but enjoying the game at its fullest is definitely possible without ever spending a dime on in-app purchases.
Graphics and sound
While Fish Out Of Water won't push your phone's GPU to its limits (although it did run a tad choppy on an iPhone 4), it comes with pretty visuals, composed of both 2D and 3D elements. In a nutshell, the game reminds us of a cartoon, which we find fitting for its theme and gameplay. The music and sound effects are also well picked for they carry the essence of summer, the beach, and all the splishy-splashy fun one can have in the water!
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Fish Out Of Water Review
2. Ninetysix (Posts: 1086; Member since: 08 Oct 2012)
Translation: "We're envy of iOS users. Hopefully they release it for Android soon." --in a g*y voice.
3. geekfreak (unregistered)
Worth the Money and Yet another way to Spend TIme!!
6. Topcat488 (Posts: 1046; Member since: 29 Sep 2012)
It will most likely be "FREE" on Android... Like most kiddie games should be... Apple even charges for WhatsApp. That's also "FREE" on Android. For the first year at least....
16. joaolx (Posts: 337; Member since: 16 Aug 2011)
It's not Apple who charges for the apps, it's the developers. Studies show that iOS users pay more for apps than android users and developers take advantage of that and just by pricing at a small cost of 99cents, they get a lot more income. Free android app- more users. More users-more people download and pay for the app.
13. puckhead (Posts: 76; Member since: 13 Jan 2013)
not sure how youre suppose to enjoy any gm on a screen that small. LOL
18. puckhead (Posts: 76; Member since: 13 Jan 2013)
you meant androids, what you meant to say was androids are awesome haha