Fishing Town

Fishing Town

Fishing Town is a simple Android game that is designed for small children with one thing in mind – to introduce them to the art of rod fishing.

Like many other Android games this one will take you to imaginary lands and seas where a dad will teach his son (you in this case) how to fish. You will get to catch numerous fish species but things will not be easy – sometimes the caught fish will get angry with you and the hook and will fight so it is up to you to win the fight and take it out of the water. This is done by using buttons that will appear on your Android device display and then you must show perfect timing when using the buttons in order to catch the fish or it will escape!

Fishing Town has more content than this, however, and this is good news. It turns out that Fishing Village, which is the place where you live, has secrets waiting for you to uncover them! In addition to this while fishing you may encounter strange and even mysterious creatures so all this adds some suspense to the game and the motive to keep playing it. In real world, however, the game serves mankind by raising awareness about the need to preserve nature and the seas around the world, which is a great cause, so here’s something that adds even more value to this free Android app. Perhaps the last thing that we have to say here is that the game comes with nice 2D graphics and great sound that make the game even nicer so you will not be disappointed in these two departments.

All in all Fishing Town is a nice free game that is perfect for casual gamers and even better for people who love fishing. The game will help you have fun and spend some quality time while at the same time it takes part in saving the environment around the world. Is there a better cause nowadays?

Fishing Town is here on Google Play.

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