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HAPPY FISHIES! app for iPhone and iPad

4.8 ( 4368 ratings )
Games Entertainment Arcade Family
Developer: nicole vanamburg
Current version: 0.9.4, last update: 1 year ago
First release : 22 Jul 2014
App size: 113.21 Mb

Do you like Jetpack Joyride? How about Flappy Birds? We have combined the best of both worlds to bring you the first, under-the-sea survival adventure! This is also the first bilingual game of its kind, displayed simultaneously in Japanese and in English.

The name of the game is not distance, but a Treasure Hunt! Collect different deep-sea treasures such as Sand-Dollars, Starfish, Black Pearls, and the Japanese National Treasure, the Marimo. Unlike other flappy-style games, we have randomized the obstacles and our backgrounds arent stationary which adds to the challenge and keeps the game from becoming a little boring and stagnant.

We have different fish available to choose from! Play for free as 5 different kinds of Koi or purchase a humpback whale, barracuda, or piranha and their different colorful skins! Think the game may be too easy for you? NO problem! The game becomes more challenging when playing as larger fish, so theres rarely a dull moment.

To equip a new fish, first make sure that the game is over and you are on the Retry-Screen. To the right of the Retry-Button, simply press the up and down arrows to look through the fish you want, then tap its icon. You will notice that the fish that you touched now has a green-checkbox on it and you now have it equipped. Now press the Retry button to continue playing as your new fish :D

If the game will not allow you to purchase the fish, you probably do not own it yet. Tap the button with the price-tag on it to purchase.
(Kids, ask your parents permission before purchasing new skins).

We understand that the game can be a little difficult to people who have never played a flappy-style game before, so we offer the piranha as the starter fish. For those more experienced in this style of game, we recommend the barracuda which offers a more of a challenge than the koi, but not as difficult as the whale.