The Fishercat review
The Fishercat is a casual game by LoadComplete. As the name suggests, you will have to catch fish, by playing as a cat. The game offers a relaxing and addicting experience, suitable for players of all ages.
Gameplay: Easy and Relaxing
The core of the gameplay is very simple: you control a cat and have to catch fish by using a harpoon. However, the developers have managed to make the process addicting enough to keep you playing it for hours. There are dozens of fish types to catch, several areas to explore and lots of harpoons to unlock.
The process is relaxing and easy, making the game very appropriate for children. There are also some additional activities: for example, you can place the fish you caught in an aquarium and decorate it in various ways.
Graphics: Cute Style
The visuals are very attractive in The Fishercat. There are no detailed and realistic graphics in the game, but it definitely has its own style. In fact, it is impressive how a game with almost static 2D backgrounds is so attractive and pleasing to the eye.
The diversity of the fish and the areas surely plays its role in the visual joy provided by the game: it is interesting to watch the locations change and fill with various fishes. The animations are pretty smooth, which is important as the gameplay may eventually get rather fast.
Controls: Easy to Learn
As in most games that focus on the children audience, the controls in The Fishercat are very intuitive and easy to learn. The game also has a tutorial, which carefully explains the player how everything works. It will be easy even for those who never played mobile games before, making it a great choice as the first game to your kid.
- Beautiful graphics with diverse location and various fish types;
- Easy to learn and intuitive controls;
- Addicting gameplay appropriate for children.
- For adults the game will become repetitive pretty fast;
- It is free to play, but there are in-game purchases.