Fisherman Fisher

Fisherman Fisher

Fishing games are not the most popular ones on Google Play but every once in a while we get a new one. Fisherman Fisher is the latest example.

This app comes with a surprise, though, as here you will not be fishing like in other games, standing on a bridge and throwing the hook all over again and again. Instead you will command a ship that goes into the ocean where you will be catching the fish that you need. In addition you will be catching different species of fish, which adds value to the game. Moreover, when you catch and sell fishes you will earn money that you can then use to upgrade your ship or fishing gear. In a few words the number of upgrades is huge and there are many paths that you can take. In addition the game promises numerous hidden treasures so if you sail long enough you may be able to find them!

One of the gripes that we have is that Fisherman Fisher does not come with 3D graphics which could have been implemented in the game but we will have to do with what we have. We are not saying that the 2D visuals are bad but they could have been better. The game also comes with nice sound effects so you will not be disappointed here.

Fisherman Fisher is a nice casual game that will bring fun to people who like fishing but do not have the opportunity to go out and catch some fish. It is also a nice choice for people who just want to have some fun by trying something new.

Fisherman Fisher is here on Google Play. Have fun!

Related posts

Nokia E7 available

The All-in-one Symbian^3 based QWERTY business smartphone Nokia E7 is finally shipping and will begin arriving in stores in select markets this week. The E7 has anodised aluminium casing with dimensions of 123.7 x 62.4 x 13.6mm and weighs 176g. It boasts 4-inch (640 x 360) AMOLED touchscreen...

AMD’s Summit Ridge processors will contain 8 cores

AMD’s Summit Ridge processors will contain 8 cores

Little by little it becomes clear that AMD may have another big winner in its hands after the Athlon and Athlon 64 processors, which debuted in years 1999 and 2003, respectively. Of course we are talking about AMD’s Zen processors and the upcoming AM4 platform. Here’s another hint – AMD’s future...

Sony develops highly efficient wireless power transfer system

Sony Corporation announced the development of a highly efficient wireless power transfer system that eliminates the use of power cables from electronic products such as television sets. Using this system, up to 60 Watts of electrical energy can be transferred over a distance of 50cm (at an...

Leave a comment