iPad iFishing Saltwater Edition is OUT!

Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by RPGGuy, Jun 6, 2009.

  1. RPGGuy

    RPGGuy Well-Known Member

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    iFishing Saltwater Edition is a spinoff from the wildly popular iFishing freshwater fishing simulation (over 130,000 copies sold). Now you can go fishing in the ocean and catch a wide variety of saltwater species, including blue marlin, sharks, and tuna.

    Features:

    * Unique Create a photo feature lets you superimpose your catch over an existing photo on your device and email it to your friends for bragging rights.

    * 10 tournaments with unlockable locations will keep you playing for a long time

    * Variety of lures with different actions (jigs, topwater, spoons, divers)

    * Many species of saltwater fish to catch (blue marlin, swordfish, bluefin tuna, sharks, greater amberjack, red snapper, goliath grouper, barracuda, false albacore, flaming angel, knobbed porgy, nassau grouper, mackerel, permit, pompano, roosterfish, and tarpon

    * Use the iphone's accelerometer to cast, jig, aim your lure, and fight fish.

    * Exciting fish fights while keeping the line tension in check, even see them jump!

    * Use the fish finder and drive your boat to seek out the best places to fish

    * Advanced fish AI, including schooling behavior, lure preferences, and hotspots based on structure such as dropoffs, weeds, reefs, and logs

    * Practice, Tournament modes, Fish a photo, and multiplayer modes

    * Day/night cycle and relaxing ocean ambient sounds

    * Trophy room to keep track of your biggest fish ever caught.

    * Fishing guide gives you audible advice and encouragement!

    * Multiplayer Tournaments against a friend over Wifi

    Visit www.RockingPocketGames.com for more information.



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    iFishing Saltwater Edition is available now for $2.99.
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  2. jFND

    jFND Well-Known Member

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    Over 130,000 sold, hope you used that for a 300C and saved the rest on something productive :p

    I'll check this one out.
     
  3. freedog

    freedog Well-Known Member

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    I just bought this game because I liked the last one. I heard this new one has some issues but I like how the dev(chris egerter) is active in updating his games with new and good content. Ill post impressions soon.
     

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