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Fishy Waters

rated 4.15 / 5 stars
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Apr 12, 2014 | 7:28 AM EDT

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Catch fish, sell 'em and upgrade your boat to explore new seas and discover increasingly exotic creatures of the sea.

You set out on your journey when the heroine's father is swallowed whole by a monstrous kraken. Determined to rescue her dad, she sets out with nothing but a scrappy old boat and a sturdy old rod.

Control the game with the arrow keys (or WASD) to move, and to reel back escaping fish. You can throw out your line with the spacebar. The rest of the game is controlled with the mouse.

1.1 A small update, fixing the following issues:
- There is now a hint to sail around to find fish, if they’re not biting in the open waters.
- The Kraken has been training and has gotten a lot tougher!
- There is now a clear ‘End’ in the final cutscene.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

50 billion stars for a perfect sweet little game. if you ever make a sequel, please don't:
add diagonal movement. not necessary at all.
change much.
make it harder. it's PERFECT as it is, to my mind.

Please do:
add more fish!!
add more upgrades
add more areas and things to explore! maybe a new kind of store, go all UNCHARTED on it, maybe by bringing up stuff form the sea, like old sunken treasures or something.

beautiful, most excellent fun game!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great game!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

So cute! Fairly simple, but still quite fun! I'd love to see this expanded in a sequel. diagonal movement would have been good. Maybe a multiplayer version where you race your friend to get the most fish or something!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

For such a short game, this is pretty nice and feel-good. However, two things are rather strange. First, what was the Kraken doing in Sweet Fish Lake? I presumed this since there's no way the Father and his daughter could've gone out in deeper waters because of the limitations of the Father's boat (i.e. the one the daughter starts out in). Second, what is with the ruined buildings in the area near the Kraken's lair? It's if as if a group of people once dwelt there and then simply abandoned their dwellings, perhaps because of either the cold and/or the Kraken itself. Asides from these unaddressed aspects, the game is very sweet and has shown that you put in some great effort towards it. I sincerely hope that you wind up making a Fishy Waters 2. That would be great in my opinion.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

It was a very cute game with a nice story. I still feel there's room for more content though

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