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| April 17, 2013
Halfbrick's Fish Out Of Water Set To Make A Splash On iOS This Week
Halfbrick has finally come out with a definite release date for its new game, Fish Out of Water. According to the Australian developer of such hit iOS games as Jetpack Joyride and Fruit Ninja, Fish Out of Water is set to surface in the App Store this Thursday, April 18. And ahead of the game's launch, Halfbrick has also come out with the first video from the studio's two-part behind-the-scenes special on Fish Out of Water. The video, embedded for your viewing pleasure below, shows how the game began and how its sights and sounds were put together. Take a look: If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. Late last month, Halfbrick released the debut trailer for the game. For our part, we here at AppAdvice released our hands-on preview of the game, made possible by Robin, who had the chance to play the game at this year's Game Developers Conference. You can watch the trailer and the preview below: If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. As you can see from the videos, Fish Out of Water is some sort of a fish-skipping game. Halfbrick explains the basic gameplay thus:
In each round, players have three throws, choosing the best fish depending on their personal preference and the conditions of the ocean. The weather changes every hour, from a glassy calm surface to a raging thunderstorm. There’s even potential for glaciers, geysers and a bouncing jellyfish invasion! Each fish has their own strengths and weaknesses, so it’s all part of the strategy getting the most out of every turn.You'll certainly get to learn more about Fish Out of Water with our official review here on AppAdvice, which will be posted shortly after the game's release on Thursday. Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, Fish Out of Water is going to be available for $0.99. Are you looking forward to catching Fish Out of Water as soon as it surfaces in the App Store?