You probably know exactly what video games are and how to play them.
However, if you haven't played iFun4all's FishTank yet, you can't really say that you have seen everything!
FishTank is a combination of a very popular Match 3 genre with a puzzle video gamestyle. It is an arcade-style matching game but instead of matching gems or blocks you collect shoals of colored fish. In order to do that, you need to build up a combination of four or more identical fish and press a corresponding button to remove them from the net. The gameplay goes horizontally - not vertically as you might be used to. Looking for more? Here we go:
Don't try to play more than your doctor allows you! iFun4All warns: FishTank is highly addictive!
Fish Tank has no review on Wii's World.
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