- Also Known As
- Number of Players
- 1 (Single Player)
- Release Date
- 19th Jul 2010, 600 points
- 9th Jul 2010, 600 points
Not too deep
With a rather good and successful aquarium simulator already available and a sequel underway, it seems rather futile of Nintendo to release a version themselves at a slightly higher price. Created by Paon of DK King of Swing, Jungle Climber and Barrel Blast fame, Zenquaria's primarily toted feature is the ability to swim around an...
The kittenpocalypse begins!
Let's just not talk about the Virtual Console this week. Instead, let's talk about furry things, like legends and kitties and selling things to unsuspecting animals. WiiWare: AquaSpace (Nintendo, 600 Points) – This fish tank...thing hit Europe recently under the name Zenquaria: Virtual Aquarium. The most notable...
Plenty for everyone
As with every week, DSiWare gets the lion's share of releases this week, although most of it is not too stellar, or at least not likely to be. WiiWare gets a long-awaited fighter plus an interesting Nintendo-published title, while VC gets another ninja action game. WiiWare: Toribash (1000pts - Nabi Studios) — A very strange...
Here, fishy fishy
WiiWare's virtual pet shop is getting fuller all the time, with Zoo Disc Golf, My Zoo and My Aquarium among the animal-filled attractions on offer. Nintendo itself is entering the furry fray this week, with Zenquaria: Virtual Aquarium on the way to Europe for 600 Points. Looking like a combination between Endless Ocean and My...
Zenquaria turns your TV into a living aquarium.
Simply relax by watching the fish, discover fish-keeping facts using the Encyclopaedia, or even swim with the fish using your Mii.
Spruce up your aquarium with around 40 different fish and a variety of ornaments, wallpapers and plant life. Visit every day and see your aquarium change - your fish will grow and new fish may be born. Life continues in your aquariums even while the Wii console is switched off.
View your aquarium from a variety of camera angles to get a good look at your fish (including a fish’s eye view) and select a fish to view facts such as its scientific name and habitat. Finally, dive in with your Mii to feed the fish, or hunt for trivia icons to discover fish-related facts.