Fishing Craze

Fishing Craze

Catch a boatload of fishy fun in Fishing Craze, an original arcade challenge
3.0  (2 votes)

Catch a boatload of fishy fun in Fishing Craze, an original arcade challenge. Load up the RV and crisscross the country in a series of tournaments that will put your angling prowess to the test. Catch fish to earn points and climb to the top of the rankings in the amateur, pro, and elite circuits. Your fellow fishers are sure to keep you on your toes, but watch out for surprises swimming just below the surface that will slow you down.Fishing Craze is a nice game in which you play a team of fishermen who catch a certain amount of fish in the time allotted. The mechanism of the game is really simple. Every level has a certain goal to achieve that is represented by points. All the fish have different points, and some are easier to catch than others.

The controls are really simple, you just move your boat with your mouse, click to lower your line to catch a fish, and move your boat under the fish while in the air to catch it. When your boat is full, you can't catch any more fish, so you must move your boat to the left side of the screen to unload it.

The game is comprised of different tournaments that you must win in order to get the corresponding trophies: platinum for the first place in all rounds, gold for the first place, silver fro the second one, and bronze for the third one. There is a great variety of fish to catch and lots of beautiful scenarios. There are also some fish that if caught, subtract you points, instead of adding to your score. You can choose to be any of the teams, which are composed only by men, women, or both.
Graphics are very attractive and colorful. Sound effects are also great and the music is nice, but a bit repetitive.

Fishing Craze is a cute combination of arcade and time-management game that will surely attract many players.

Silvana Mansilla
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Review summary

Pros

  • Great variety of fish and scenarios
  • Cute graphics and theme
  • Easy to play
  • Enjoyable

Cons

  • Only one mode
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