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"FishIsland: Fishing Paradise" has just been globally released, you can head straight to your local Google Playstore or Appstore to get your hands on the game.
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This is not an ordinary fishing game, but more musical rpg one. At first you can select male or female character you want to play as, and there are also customisations like clothes, hairs, faces, etc. Then you will be guided in tutorial what the game is about and how to use the basic control.
You, as the beginner in fishing, will start on beginner map. You have to catch certain amount of fishes to unlock the next map. Of course, along you fish, you will get items that can help you. Also, there is a spirit that can help cast their skill to your rod and beat the fish.
Catching fish here is like a musical game where you have to match the hook to the circles that will appear on water. If you can get to the center of those circles, you will get perfect score. If you miss a bit but still touch the circle, you will only get good. The fish you will get depends on the scores you collect when you bait the fish.
You can get the spirits by summoning them. You can also make a team of spirits that can help you fish. Spirit here has their own value and stars, and the amount of spirit you can line up in one team depends on how many team cost you have. The stronger the spirit is, the higher it will cost the team. So, if you line up all strong spirits in one team, you will maybe have only 2 spirits at max.
There is auto fish option in this game, but it's more like an item instead of a button. Once this auto bait items run out, you need to get more to have this feature again.
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If you enjoy rhythm games, this may be a better fit than if you enjoy sports games. It is a fishing game, but not in the conventional sense. You cast out a rod and enter what more closely resembles Cytus than the last Com2uS game you played.
There is a lot of customization. You have a small selection of appearances for the character and only 4 starting outfits before entering a game where almost everything is an equipment item, including the boat. The graphics are not extremely detailed, but still manage to look high quality. This makes all of the customization really shine in a UI that becomes exclusive to your game.
The level progression eases you into the mechanics well. You are presented with the basic controls in the first area. They slowly speed up as you progress. Once you unlock the second area, you are introduced to more complex controls. You can jump to the second area when it unlocks or remain in the first area until is cleared. This allows you to move at your own pace.
Auto play is offered as a reward item. This is a clever way to balance being able to complete missions without effort and still having to learn the mechanics. Limited items mean you either have to earn the right to be lazy or spend a decent amount of money on it. I consider this a fair trade.
I enjoyed this game when it was in beta and it appears to have only improved since then. It is good to see the release was global. Now even those who are uncomfortable with foreign games will get to enjoy it.