Tiny Sea Adventure

Tiny Sea Adventure

Tiny Sea Adventure is a game that will take you under water, where fishes and other marine animals and plants live. The game will challenge you with collecting things and when doing this you will have to also survive.

You will be playing as a small-sized fish that collects stars. The goal is to collect as many stars as you can before failing. Things will become more and more difficult with time since you will encounter other marine animals and all of them will kill you if you touch them. So you will have to maneuver a lot in order to get stars. To do this you can slide your finger on your Android device display and the fish will move in the wanted direction. It’s like having a joystick that is integrated in your display. Tiny Sea Adventure also comes with nice 2D visuals and nice sound effects so things are okay there.

Tiny Sea Adventure is a perfect game for killing time and them more simply because it comes with innovative gameplay. The app does not come with eye candy and the like but it has the potential to keep you playing and have fun, which is what matters in the long run.

Tiny Sea Adventure is here on Google Play.

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