500 - 1,000 downloads
- Great concept
- Controls responsiveness
Evofish is an entertaining touch arcade game
Players must guide a little fish in its evolution path from prey to predator. It will evolve as it is fed: the more fishes it eats, the sooner it will reach the next state. In each new level more (and bigger) fishes will show up, as well as more and more dangerous enemies that you must avoid. Tap and hold the direction you want the fish to move: basically, dodge "bad fishes" (red ones) and chase after the good ones (red).
Controls are easy to get. Unfortunately they aren't as responsive as expected. I personally found controls somehow tricky. In addition, graphics aren't stunning either. A top-down view, over-colored environments, a little childish scenery. The game is entertaining specially due to power-ups and skills upgrading system. However, it gets boring after a while anyway. I supposed its simplicity can fit a specific audience (kids) but grown-ups will miss some controls responsiveness and extra features. Despite, good timekiller.
Go forth and conquer the vast expanses of the ocean. Go from prey to predator, while climbing your way to the top of the food chain.
In this original arcade game, use one of the four playable Evofish species. Survive an increasingly deadly host of enemies, climb the evolutionary ladder by eating smaller fry and become the most fearsome predator in this hostile environment.
Whether playing in "Classic" or "Time Attack" mode, you'll also get the chance to try your hand at daily challenges to win shells that you can then trade for a number of different bonus items.
- Simple and addictive gameplay - eat or be eaten.
- Several different species with their own characteristics.
- 12 levels of evolution for each species.
- Enemies and a game environment that evolve with each level.
- A number of bonuses, such as potions, resurrection and bombs.
- Several unlockable achievements in the Game Center.
- Daily missions.
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Glitchy, freezes up, wonky controls ruin what could have been a good game. Also, I hate that 'ow' the fish yells when he gets hit by a bigger fish. Deleted this pretty quickly.
This is a really a fun game. There are similar games like with eating fish and grow genre.
No idea why this isn't more popular. It's a great game that's fun and relaxing.