Fish with Attitude (Free) by Crowdstar Inc is a simulation game from the creators of Happy Aquarium, which is Facebook’s number one fish game.
In this game, players will take on the role of fish breeders, creating new fish that come equipped with unique personalities.
Bred fish might turn out to be happy, mean, flirty, or nerdy, which are just a few of the hundreds of fishy personalities to discover.
When the game starts, you’ll be given a fish buddy and instructed to buy another baby fish from the store. Fish in the store each have defining personalities, such as “mean” or “nice.”
Since fish are purchased as babies, you will need to care for them before they are able to grow up by feeding them. When a fish is ready to grow into adulthood, you will need to tap it to turn it into an adult fish.
Two adult fish are able to breed to create new fish. Bred fish eggs take time to hatch, and you will need to wait for them to grow. You can speed up the process by using pearls, the in-game currency.
Pearls, of course, are hard to come by. Since this is a freemium game, you will be encouraged to purchase pearls to make the game go faster. If you don’t want to invest any money, be prepared to do some serious waiting.
Breeding a mean fish and a nice fish results in a crazy fish, and breeding other types of fish will allow you to discover new combinations. It’s a lot of fun to breed fish to find new fish, but I wish there was less waiting.
In addition to breeding fish, you can also train them (which also takes time) and go on treasure hunts to find items for the tank. Trained fish earn more coins, and training them also earns you experience.
As you level up, you will unlock new fish and new tank decorations. Tank decorations are used to increase fish happiness, which makes them produce more coins in turn.
There’s actually a lot to do in the game, and digging for treasure is particularly fun. I also loved the different personalities of the fish, and it’s interesting to discover new ones. I won’t continue playing, however, simply because it takes so much time to progress.
Not only do eggs have to develop for over a half hour in the beginning, they also need to hatch and then grow into adults, which takes another huge chunk of time.
This is a decent freemium game, but like all freemium games, it leaves a lot to be desired. If you don’t mind spending a lot of time waiting for the game to progress or spending your hard earned cash on in-game pearls, then I’d suggest giving Fish with Attitude a try because it does have an engaging theme and fun characters.