You wish/You wish/You wish you were a fish. We know how you feel.
From stoplight parrotfish to spike-tipped swordfish, from red fish to blue fish, from jellyfish to singing sharks: this oceanic list from AppsZoom’s expert editors has a little something for sealubbers everywhere.
A bonus for you, dear reader: all of these games are absolutely FREE to download. Nothing smells fishy about that.
Super Dynamite Fishing is a challenging game that will captivate you with nice graphics and thrilling action, unless you don’t realize that “fishing” and “kabooming” are interchangeable words. There is a script, too. And there’s a girl.
Big fish are yours to obtain just by tapping the screen. Bigger fish mean more dangerous weapons and better boats. Incredibly fun, intuitive and free thanks to non-intrusive ads.
I do love fish on my dish (delish!), but fish going swish are simply blissh (… sorry I’m not sorry). If you’ve come here hoping for a slick, attractive, and completely adorable challenge of a casual game, dive into Small Fry. It’s a perfectly designed underwater endless runner, and you’ll get your… wish.
Finley Fryer, teeny fishy extraordinaire, flips his fins like mad through the seas and skies. That’s right, you can jump clean out of the waters here, bouncing from bubble to bubble up into the stratosphere. Good thing, too, since the ocean below is infested by speeding swordfish, electric jellies, inky octopi, and spiny fish baddies of all variety. Climb too high, though, and you’ll want to look alive for stray asteroids…
Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden is an exciting sea adventure in which the objective is to find the explorer Robert Marceau, who has disappeared without a trace. As his fiancée, you need to descend to the depths of the ocean and explore all the clues that lead to the final solution.
The app includes some mini-games, many hidden object scenes and a lot of different locations to explore. High level of detail, an addictive storyline, and very interactive gameplay make it a worthy download.
Ace Fishing shows that realistic m-fishing can be as fun as any other subject without having to resort to dynamiting the water below your dinghy.
Dynamic weather and day and night cycles add spice. Gameplay is based on a sort of give and take, pull and release mechanic game, along some special maneuvers and power ups performed by on-screen gestures.
In Jellyflop!, your goal is helping the jellyfish learn how to fly by finding enough feathers and gadgets.
Draw lines with a swipe and let gravity continue in order for the jelly to get to the feather. Along the way, try to get as many drops as possible, as they will increase your score. The graphics are impressive, cute and totally engaging, it’s hard not to get instantly hooked on the game.
The physics are innovative, there’s a cute main character, and the enjoyable brain puzzles make you think and even get a bit frustrated when you don’t figure them out at first sight.
In Sea Stars, the wonderful main fish has to swim as far as possible to explore the sea world while collecting lots of coins along the way.
To control the fish, you just need to help him swim by touching the screen to dive, releasing to jump and pressing longer so as to dive deeper. You should collect all the bonuses and stay away from the jellies, as they will hurt you.
The graphics are the best part: colorful, engaging and smooth. Gameplay is really addictive. Recommended for fans of casual games with a challenging goal.
Gameloft, in partnership with Discovery Channel and WildAid, has created Shark Dash – and all profits go towards shark conservation.
It’s a physics-based game where you, as a shark, need to collect all the ducks and coins within the shots available. Your rating will depend on your performance (did you catch them all? did you do the shots you were supposed to?) and the gameplay will keep getting harder as you advance through the levels. We were very impressed with the quality of the design and the graphics, perfectly smooth and enjoyable from the very beginning.