iPad Undecided on iFishing

Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by SLDROFHLA, Oct 27, 2008.

  1. SLDROFHLA

    SLDROFHLA Well-Known Member

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    Sorry that I did not use the original thread, but since there are more than a 100 replies, no one would notice this. I have looked at iFishing and it looks really fun, great graphics, nice UI, neat gameplay etc. However I do not fish so I don't know if I want to spend $3 on this or get a $1 one thats not as good. Should I get this, and if not, what is a comparable 99 cent one. Thanks so much!
     
  2. Armbruster

    Armbruster Well-Known Member

    It's good but it still needs a lot of bug fixes, like the crashes and stuff.

    Otherwise it's awesome.
     
  3. SLDROFHLA

    SLDROFHLA Well-Known Member

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    thank you!
     
  4. CloneWars

    CloneWars Well-Known Member

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    Igishing needs work but you get ur 3 $$ worth :)
     
  5. 1337brian

    1337brian Well-Known Member

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    I agree. While it is for the money, the best fishing game, IMO. It does have some issues with it. Namely like arm said, memory issues and crashes
     
  6. Everydaynormalguy

    Everydaynormalguy Well-Known Member

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    Student By Day, Masked Vigilante By Night
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    mmmmmm...I've been looking for a real-life fishing simulator for a long time. I mean, the thought of having to find and hook my own worm seems rather bland by comparison. I wish more people would follow iFishin's lead and make some other "exciting" apps like "iWalkMyDog" or "iAmCouchPotatoe"...The possibilities are endless...
     
  7. alza

    alza Well-Known Member

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    I have been very confused reading about IFishing, thinking "isn't this the game that ILounge graded an F and said was worse than demo-grade software?".
    But I've just clicked. That was IFish. This is IFishing.
    (deletes IFish, buys IFishing)
     
  8. #8 wastedyuthe, Oct 27, 2008
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    DEFINITELY buy iFishing! I am not a fisherman either, and thanks to the developers online guide (which doesn't take long to read) I am doing very well in the tournaments and really enjoy the game!
    For more info on it, visit the official site here, where you can see screenshots and view a video, and you can also read the online guide here, which you do need to read to fully understand the strategies involved, like where to find certain types of fish and what lure to use for each. It is very novice-friendly.
    [EDIT] To give you an idea, I have just spent the longest 2 minutes of my life attempting to catch a 50lb pike in the last few minutes of a tournament. It was a tough long fight, which I normally end up breaking the line on. But I kept my cool and kept the line tension down as much as possible. In the end the pike must have started tiring, and I finally caught him, taking my overall weight (3 fish) to over 120lb, which won me the tournament. It can be a very exciting game, and certainly the best fishing game I have yet played. I love it.
     

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