- Number of Players
- Release Date
Wii U eShop
- 27th Feb 2014, £3.59
- 3rd Apr 2014
A fish out of water
The core premise of Evofish is based ever so loosely on the fundamentals of nature and evolutionary science. As a fish in the ocean, you must snack on fish smaller than you are while also avoiding larger predators looking to eat you. Doing so successfully will enable you to grow in size and “evolve” into a species that’s...
Additional controller support also on the way
Our review of Evofish went live earlier this week and it was described as a “remarkably shallow experience" but one that was "inexpensive enough to warrant a download" for those desperate for new multiplayer experiences on the Wii U. Despite the title’s inability to make a serious splash here on...
AeternoBlade, fishy business, retro Wario, Senran Kagura and much more
Monday morning means Download news time in Europe, and this week Nintendo has delivered a fairly lengthy list of options on the way. There are new titles on Wii U and 3DS as well as some retro VC options, while a variety of temporary and permanent discounts also arrive to tempt...
Supports 2 to 5 players
If you like fish and parties, you’ll be in your element with Moving Player’s upcoming Wii U eShop title, Evofish. The game has just been approved by Nintendo and "will shortly be available on the European Nintendo eShop." If you’re wondering what a game like this could possibly offer, well, quite a lot, actually...
Education, fishing, strategy and a mash-up called Triboo
Moving Player is a development studio that's recently began its moves into Nintendo download projects, having been founded in 2010 and produced a number of smartphone games. Its first entry onto Nintendo's systems was Tangram Style on the 3DS, and it's now announced four new games due to...
The console version of the iOS and Android game, upgraded with a new way to play in solo and an asynchronous multiplayer mode where up to 5 players compete in a predator/prey challenge!