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Glass Fish Rhythm

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Oct 14, 2009 | 12:21 PM EDT

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Beginning of the End 50 Points Make it to the evil wizard.
Hero 50 Points Beat the game!
Level Too 50 Points Beat level two!
Level Won 50 Points Beat level one.
Achievements Achieved 100 Points Get all the in-game achievements!

Author Comments

UPDATE: Everything is working now!

Get to the end of each level without breaking.

Eggs are portable save points that you can place yourself using SPACEBAR.

Arrow Keys or WASD to move.

P to Pause.

Save atlantis from the grasp of the evil wizard.

I hope you enjoy Glass Fish Rhythm Adventure.

Send questions / comments / bug reports to prettymuchbryce at yeah who dot com



Rated 4 / 5 stars


It's really cool and all, but i swear that piece of coral in Atlantic should be a part of the background, not the level


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Beats Are Now Swimming In My Head For This Game.

I wasn't really impressed with this game when I first started to play this game. It should seemed to be another 8-bit game, who hasn't seen those before huh. But by the 27th second I continued to play this game I realized: "Oh snap, the game is playing throughout the rythm of the game"! Now that's something special and extremely hard to coordinate in games.

Despite it's unique approach to such an old gameplay formula, I do have some complaints: Though the game features some pretty fantastic 8-bit melodies, the stages featuring them are just too short. The story is also a bit bland as well. I mean fishes are turned to glass by a mechanical whale operating wizard? Leaving two glass fishies to go after him, one being a jerk and the other being the strong silent type? It just doesn't really swim for me. Speaking of swimming, the slippery controls are a main problem for operating your little fish friend. Another problem is in the last stage. If you shatter in the final boss battle, you have to start the stage all over again despite laying a bazillion eggs all over the boss room perimeter. The ending is also a little bland as the silent fish proves to be a hero but gives the credit to the jerk fish. But hey, practically anthing could've been the hero when the adventure only lasts three levels and the final boss is basically a game of pong and suicide. All in all, the story was just cute.

Now that the obvious problems are out of the way, it's time to lay down som suggestions:
1. The title could've been more classy if the it was called "Glass Fish Symphony"
2. At the final level, after the jerk fish is blasted, the hero fish picks up his hat and battles with that.

I do hope that with the errors/bugs/complaints fixed, a sequel or even some spiritual sequel could be made. But for now, this game will soon sleep with the fishes in a few weeks.

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3 Singing Bass Trophies out of 5
-Review Request Club: Swimming In A Pool of Requests For Years.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Caontrols are crazy

Would be a ten if controls won't be so hard. With that momentum it is just impossible to play.
Nice graphics and music.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It's ok.

I give it a 7 for the swet music and rythym. i loved it but its really hard. but very well made game.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


the game is really slow however the game is good too

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