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Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by Gluskap, Sep 5, 2016.
1099 MB? for a mobile game? mehhhh
This is only the 4th biggest game on my phone right now.
Chaos Rings III is 2.3 GB installed on my phone.
Having crashing problems with tournaments. Friend has the same problem.
You sure it's free??? Cause tried downloading it and tried to charge me $7.99 False advertising since it says free on the main page on iTunes but charges. Plz change tittle.
Don't get me wrong but that's, well, "disturbing" to say the least. I really adore strange game concepts and fresh approaches but that one actually scares me. I cannot believe that people who enjoy playing a game that "will revolutionize the way you look at grass", do not suffer from any kind of psychological disorder.
In the end our parents are right? Will computer games finally destroy the pink stuff inside our skulls?
I prefer Rapala Daily Catch
I haven't really gotten into a fishing game since Bass Masters Classic on the SNES, but I'm having fun each time I play this one. With basically no idea what to do, my first three total weight tourneys ended up with me in 3rd, 2nd, and 3rd place. There seems to be a lot of depth as well, with the combinations of rods and lures/bait being geared towards specific fish and fishing conditions. I also appreciate the individual fish bios.
Not a game for everyone, but if you're at all into fishing, I think this is a safe recommendation. It's not a ridiculous Goat Simulator type game, but maybe more like those trucking sims where it's pretty legit.
If it were combined with Goat Simulator...well, at least you could forage.
I had a strange Dreamcast fishing sim collecting hobby. I have at least 4, and 3 fishing controllers. At least I got into my odd...fetish after the DC was discontinued and DC games and accessories were sold at rock bottom prices. Well aside from games like MvC2 and some others which increased in value.
And no...I don't fish.