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Fish Tycoon

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

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| | See all acarpenter's reviews (4)

OK so this game took a while for me to like it. I actually put it away for a few months but when I went back to it and re played it I am really enjoying it now.

Sure, it does take a while before you get any fun out of it. You need to know the right way to play it to actually enjoy it.

At first you can only breed the same fish (same species) if you mix species at first they wont survive. What you need to do is breed fish constantly and sell them, you need to breed enough to fill both the tank 1 and sale tank so thats 40 fish on the go all the time. You need to save up money to buy all 3 reasearch tank levels before you can start experimenting with mixing breeds and coming up with new fish species which is when you can make your money.

Fun game when you get into it with hours of gameplay :)

  not my cuppa

| | See all thunda's reviews (26)

This game is a glorified screen saver for your ds. You can do only so much , breed fish , sell and erm thats it . Its in real time so you do 2 minutes of play then leave it for a day only to play 2-3 minutes more.....

  Fantastic if your a fish keeper

| | See all cplayton85's reviews (1)

I loved this game from day one when I initially had it on the PC. When it came out on the DS I just could not resist to purchase this jewel of a game! It works in real-time or can be paused. Trying to create the correct hybrid of fish in order to collect the special breeds will keep you guessing and intrigued as you create many different breeds of fish which you can sell off. I thought this was one of a kind and if your into tycoon games or even fish keeping then this game is definately for you. Seems to suit all ages aswell!! Brilliant!!

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