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Fish Kingdom App Review for BlackBerry

fishkingdomHave you ever wondered what it would be like to be a fish in the great blue sea? Everyday would surely be a life and death adventure, with the ultimate goal of survival. Think you have it rough with traffic and paying bills? Well, how about avoiding ravenous sharks, rip-currents, and being on the bottom of the food chain! Well luckily, you don’t have to dawn a wet suit to get the feeling of what it means to be a fish. Instead, you can check out Fish Kingdom on your BlackBerry.

Fish Kingdom, by e-Mobile Software, Inc., is a new game for BlackBerry. In this app, you start out as a defenseless little fish that must hide from larger fish and prey on the tiny. You find yourself in a hazardous world that is filled with colorful coral and hungry carnivores.

The goal of the game is to grow your fish into a hulking predator, and to do so you’ll need to munch down on any smaller life form you can find! But be careful to avoid the bigger fish, or you’ll lose a life!

To navigate, all you do is steer with your trackball. Once you find some prey, just mouse over to it to eat it. You start the game with five lives, which are shown in the top right corner. A “growth” bar is in the top left corner. The ultimate goal is to fill the bar without losing lives. The graphics for this game are pretty impressive, and it definitely adds to the excitement.

All in all, this was a pretty fun game that managed to kill about and hour and a half of my time. This would be a great game to whip-out in an emergency boredom situation. However, it does come with a pretty big price tag at $7.95.

Rating: 4/5 ★★★★☆ 

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I'm currently studying to become an environmental engineer. I love to write and often do so in my spare time. I love technology and would be lost without it, but still feel a strong connection to the outside world and nature.

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