Fishdom: Deep Dive

Fishdom: Deep Dive

Fishdom: Deep Dive is a rare example of a matching game that comes with extra content inside, so given this we think that this app deserves a look, given that it belongs to a genre that is full of games that are all the same.

The main idea behind Fishdom: Deep Dive is to populate and decorate an aquarium that you get for free in the game. Doing this costs money, though, and to make all the money you need you must complete levels where you match items and then eliminate them. Each level has different requirements but the inside rules are all the same – match three items of the same kind to eliminate them, match four items of the same kind to eliminate them and create a more powerful one (in this case a bomb that can eliminate everything around). When you solve a level successfully you get virtual money that you will then spend on items that improve your aquarium or new fishes to swim in there. Just like many other games in the same genre, Fishdom: Deep Dive comes with numerous levels so the hours of fun are guaranteed.

This is where the game has something interesting in store – while you solve a level the graphics are in 2D but when you get to the aquarium everything is in beautiful 3D graphics. You can even place the items you buy anywhere you want and then move them at a later point if you wish! The sound effects are also nice although not great in our opinion.

All in all Fishdom: Deep Dive is a better matching game compared to many other ones in the same genre. The app brings something new, while the same old gameplay is kept, which means you will be able to start playing in seconds. In addition to this Fishdom: Deep Dive is not heavy on the hardware and all this is a killer combination! We highly recommend Fishdom: Deep Dive and if you are into matching games you will soon find out why.

Fishdom: Deep Dive is here on Google Play.

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