- Number of Players
- Release Date
- 5th Apr 2010, 500 points
- 3rd Sep 2010, 500 points
- Controller Support
- Wii Remote
- Feature Support
- Local multiplayer
- Official Site
Review Fishie Fishie (WiiWare)
All-you-can-eat fish feeding frenzy
Fish have been a staple of games ever since Herman Melville adapted Moby Dick for Babbage's legendary Difference Engine and the posthumous sequel, Moby Dick 2: Queequeg's Revenge, was published for the PDP-11 . Certainly on WiiWare we've seen some real blockbusters centred around our finny cousins, prompting many...
About The Game
Fishie Fishie is a game that will test your reflexes to the max. Under its colorful, sweet exterior lurks a game that is both ridiculously easy to learn and terrifically challenging to master.
You are a fish(ie) who has to survive over 100 levels in various game modes, in situations that just get crazier and crazier! “Capture the Star”, “Soccer”, “Survival”, playing solo or in a team… And amazingly the whole game is played with just one button!
No need to get to grips with complicated commands. Here, all you need to do is press the A Button on your Wii Remote™.
1-4 players on the same screen.
6 game modes: Capture the Star, Soccer, Story, Survival, Skill Run and Championship.
Intense, addictive action
Can be played using either the Wii Remote or the Nunchuk™
sounds like it will be bad.
Hey guys, if you wanna give it a go, go to www.farbs.org and play a free windows version. It's addictive enough. I saw an interview with him on Good Game (an Australian gaming show) and he's a pretty cool guy who just likes to mess around tinkering with games.
Score one for another Australian game!
Using simple control does not meaning having a simple game.
This is quite a challenge to create a fun and addictive game using only one button.
Please wait final Wiiware version before judging.
(Beta testers will be shortly needed, feel free to contact me)
@Kristof: You need a beta tester? Is there anyway I can help?
Also, don't worry about the others. Whenever people here see something like this, they instantly right it off without letting the game see the light of day first. I on the other hand hope that the game will turn out good.
It's interesting to say the least to emphasize the word simple in a gaming description. It get nintendophiles angry similar to the overused pr, "We're aiming for both the hardcore and casual crowd". It'd be a lot easier to say "we are making a game anyone can pick up and play". I know "simple" doesn't mean "bad". Many a Warioware title has proven that.
no offence but it might only be like 400 points wich u can just pick up with leftovers althought i think it will get a couple of buyers but anyway im waiting for another game
KnucklesSonic8> Too bad I did not saw your messages. The beta tests are now over. The game is now finished.
As I said "Simple control", but very complex and addictive game (reflex and fast mind required. Can be the ultimate geek game in fact). The PC version is one of the 7 modes. The WiiWare version is fully multiplayer (4 players), and got some "unseen before" features. It is now in Nintendo hands, I hope it will be online next month.
OBJECTERON> The minimum price is 500 points (and yes, I'll propose it at that price).
The word "simple" will not be used in the game communication. It will be presented as "the only one button game".
Tomena Sanner is also a one-button game, Kristof
eheh ok. It was the only one button game when I started it.
Hope you'll like it anyway.
If it's on-button, couldn't they make it up to 8 player?
I mean, plugging in a nunchuck to not use the wiimote makes hardly sense to me.
No offense intended, Kristof, but this promotional video looks and sounds like it belongs in the world of South Park or Yu-Gi-Oh.
Looks awesome! I'm getting this today!!!!!!!
JakobG > I first planned eight players, but who have 7 friends ?
Nunchuk is for 4 playes (2 Wii Remotes, 2 Nunchuks)
BlueFlameBat> No offense, I would really like to have same success as te brand you mentionned
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