WARNING: This review may contain spoilers.
Meh, it was really an O.K game. Not a lot of creativity was put into the concept itself, and basically the game was all about just farming experience. Once you get fairly high level and get the evolution upgrade to where you can eat with your entire body, you just have to swim up and down to get levels. It's really kind of bland, but I just kept playing to see what would happen next.
I'm not even sure if there was music besides the title screen music. If there was, it was too quiet to hear, or I was just too focused on what was going on in the game to care. The art was done very well, especially once your fish evolved to the higher levels. When my fish had grown huge and I was at the final evolution, I thought to myself, "BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD FISH" while I ate the little fish. It was quite amusing.
The boss fight was hardly a boss fight at all. It was basically "Do the same thing you did before except with more obstacles." which is a really bland idea that required a bit more creativity to pull off. But I suppose it works considering the fact that there was really nothing to this game at all. Everything works in the four movement buttons, and there's not much more to it than that. So your only real option was to create something that involved those four movement buttons, which was a movement-based boss battle.
Overall though, this was a really neat game. The game itself should not have been something addictive, but something kept me playing. What it was exactly, I'm not entirely sure. Looking forward to an Evolvo 2, maybe an Evolvo 2 Plus?
P.S I did read the credits. I guess I'm a real loser.
a letle to esey to die culd be better if shown you get biger
Interesting bug: if you got the invicibilty when the boss arrives-> infinite invincible for the boss. (had a lot of fun with that)
Well you earned that loophole...
I found Waldo!
Fun game, though no real replay value. I beat the game twice and still have only 91 types of fish.