Fishing Hook

Fishing Hook

Fishing Hook is a game for people who like fishing but cannot go out in nature to perform their favorite activity due to various issues – winter being one of them as of now. The game resembles many other apps in the same genre but comes with great graphics, intense gameplay and various nice features and options so we think that it definitely deserves a look.

Fishing Hook starts with a short tutorial that shows you how to play and when you finish it you are on your own. The game does come with really nice 3D graphics but you cannot change the camera angle or move around so you will have to enjoy these visuals while staying in one place. Despite this the game scores high – it has very dynamic gameplay and intense fish-angler fights so you are not guaranteed to win. You cast your hook and then you have to watch it and then pull it when a fish bites the bait. Then an intense fight follows and here you have to watch how you pull so that the fish won’t escape. You can also cause damage to the fish and weaken it before you pull it out of the water but this requires advanced skills. In addition to this Fishing Hook comes with really nice sound effects, which makes it a great all-around fishing game.

Fishing Hook rates high on our charts because of the great combination of excellent graphics, nice sound and very intense gameplay. The app will surely keep you occupied for a long time, especially if you like fishing and do we have to say that it is free? So if you are bored, try Fishing Hook – we are certain that you will enjoy this very nice Android game.

Fishing Hook is here on Google Play.

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