Feel like speculating this afternoon? Here's something for you to ponder on- Halfbrick just sort of revealed their next game. And when I say "sort of revealed," this is what I mean:

That's legit all the details we have right now regarding their upcoming Fish Out of Water. You could stop by the official web site if you don't believe me, but, really, that's it. I'm basically just posting this so you don't have to check back every day, and instead can just flip that handy switch in the TouchArcade app [Free], that way you'll just get push alerts when new things float to the surface.

So, get on that.

  • KenGriffeyIII

    Good month for fish on iOS. Sorry, zombies, you can have the other 11 months. Obviously this doesn't tell us much but something on the way from Halfbrick is probably very good news. Thanks for the head's up!

    • Greyskull

      Yes, it has been a good month for fish...TO DIE!

  • nini

    Please don't be freemium, please don't be freemium...

    • themostunclean

      It's Halbrick, all of their games shoehorn the freemium model in somehow. Even if you pay for the game (usually .99¢-$1.99) they still cram it full of ads for their other products (fruit ninja phone case, anyone?) and IAP.

      Personally don't see a reason to get excited about anything from them. I've never been too fond of their games. Jetpack Joyride helped initiate the endless runner craze on iOS so thanks for that, I guess.

      • cuw

        Wait you are going to blame the creators of what was essentially a new genre for being copied? That's some whack ass logic.

    • PedroCst

      I can't complain about their business model.

      • themostunclean

        Yeah, they're not completely freemium so you don't feel like someone's got their hand in your wallet the whole time you're playing. Although I'm usually not playing too long, every game from this studio has become boring fairly quick to me.

  • http://www.facebook.com/ted.rampersad.3 Ted Rampersad

    People will soon realise the name of the producers have nothing to do with games. Its all the game and how much of an appeal it have to us. It looks interesting I mush admit

    • themostunclean

      Anyone who plays enough iOS games knows that isn't true. The studios that develop games, especially for iOS, all have very unique and recognizable styles and personalities. There's a reason that a studios name is promoted alongside the game it released. A game's ling term success may depend on the player's opinion of it but a studio name is a reliable indicator of the general style and feel that game will have.

      • themostunclean

        I mean long. Autocorrect has been doing "ling" lately. Time to reset the dictionary I guess.

    • scrubzor

      That's not true... Game companies have reputations. Companies receive good reputations due to the quality of their work. Take Blizzard for example, everybody knows that a game released by Blizzard is going to a great game because the company knows the elements to a successful game and every detail is well thought out. Same thing with Halfbrick. Every Halfbrick title has been fun, so I will probably purchase this game off the developers reputation and past successes alone. A fish themed game certainly isn't going to be enough to entice me on its own. If it wasn't made my Halfbrick I would probably overlook it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/WDWheelerJr Bill Wheeler

    Tiny fins?

  • dariusjr98

    Cool, I've been waiting for something new from Halfbrick. I even made a thread about it.

  • Illuminerdy

    Not excited.

    • dariusjr98

      Fair enough. By fair enough, I mean not fair at all. I mean c'mon dude, there's not even footage of the damn game yet, at least pass judgement on it when we get like a trailer for it or something. Seriously man.