Fishing Break

Fishing Break

Fishing Break is a fun game for all fans of the fishing genre. As expected, here you will be catching fish and lots of them, if you can!

The game comes with a short tutorial that will show you how to play. You should take a look at it, since Fishing Break is not one of the simplest games. Basically you throw your hook in a lake and then you have to wait for a fish to swallow it. Then a fight ensues and if you are good enough (and have a pinch of luck too) you will be successful in catching the fish. If you catch it, then you can sell the caught fish and make money that will help you unlock other locations. Each level also has money requirements that must be met before you can proceed. Just like other games Fishing Break also comes with tons of levels so if you are into fishing you will be playing this game for a long time. The fun that it brings is rooted in the expectation which fish will bite the bait and then if you will be able to win the fight with the fish that you will inevitably have.

Fishing Break comes with 2D graphics and simple sound effects but we will not gripe too much since the main idea behind this game calls for such visuals. All in all, things are good here.

Fishing Break is a free Android app for all fishing fans. The game is simple to learn and fun to play so you will enjoy it for sure. So, what are you waiting for?

Fishing Break is here on Google Play.

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