Overview

Number of Players
Single Player
Genre
Relaxation
Release Date

WiiWare

  • 1st Sep 2008, 500 points (USA)
  • 15th Aug 2008, 500 points (UK/EU)
  • 24th Jun 2008 (JPN)
Series
My Aquarium
Controller Support
Wii Remote
Feature Support
WiiConnect24
Official Site
hudson.co.jp

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Reviews

  • 77

    WiiWare

    Review My Aquarium

    If you are too busy to take care of real fish then Hudson’s virtual aquarium might be perfect for you.

    Let’s make this clear right from the very start of this review -- My Aquarium is not a game. Unlike Nintendo's deep sea diving title for the Wii, Endless Ocean, there is no adventuring or exploring of any sort. My Aquarium consists solely of watching and feeding fish. It is really an..

About The Game

With swaying aquatic plants and fish idly swimming about, My Aquarium is a relaxing Wii experience that allows you to enjoy a virtual aquarium in your spare time.

Whether freshwater or saltwater, you can select from over 40 popular types of fish, including favorites like the Ocellaris clownfish, the freshwater angelfish and the Asian arowana. You can also create up to six different aquariums and personalize them by adding decorations like seaweed and driftwood. In My Aquarium, you can send aquariums to your registered Wii Friends.

The aquariums can even be set with special dates, such as a friend's birthday, that the fish will commemorate with a dance. Feed your fish and watch them steadily grow from fry to adult. Then, after meeting certain conditions, you can breed them. Another feature will allow you to interact with your fish using your Wii Remote controller in fun ways, like "tapping" the glass of your aquarium.