I am very happy that today I will present you a game called The Fish Master! published by VOODOO. And now let`s see what has the game to offer. Fishing Master starts you off in your home with your fishing mentor, Grandpa. Here you begin by choosing one of five big-headed family members for your avatar and one of two dogs for your pet. A brief tutorial in the mechanics of fishing ensues, after which you’ll find yourself in the home menu. Here you can save your game, view your records, and get tips and missions from Grandpa. When you venture out into the world, you’ll find yourself in the Kanto Province of Japan. This is one of eight regions that you’ll be able to fish in over the course of the game. Each is geographically different and host to different species of fish, though all contain the same menu elements – your house, a shop, a regional tournament, and four fishing spots. These maps are consistent with the basic cartoon aesthetic of the game and have landmark icons unique to each region. They don’t thrill, but the slight variations are a nice touch. One odd thing you’ll notice during your map navigation through the menu elements are laid out willy-nilly all over the screen, they are navigable only by the analog stick.
The Fish Master! Gameplay and Review
And now let`s get into the gameplay and see what we have here. Once you pick a spot to fish your avatar will appear on the shoreline on the bottom of the screen. You can walk up and down the limited area, which is just big enough so that moving from one end of it to the other will provide a change of scene and different groupings of fish. The scenery definitely leaves something to be desired, with uniformly flat water and uninteresting textures. Still, there are significant differences between spots (rivers, bridges, and the like) so you won’t feel as though you’re always fishing at the same place.
The graphics are ok
Options to fish
This is not my type of game because it is too passive and I am not into fishing. But hey you might try it!