Fish Farm for iPhone Lets You Have A 3D Aquarium On The Go

Wed, Jul 7, 2010

iPhone, Mobile

Fish Farm, from Triplepoint Client raiX UG looks to take bright and colorful fish wherever you go. Over 75 fish allows your virtual aquarium to have plenty of variety and customization. Players are allowed to customize the background and decorate the tank however they wish with over 50 decorations as well.

As you level up, you’ll unlock new items and aquariums to use. You can have up to 12 separate aquariums of the salt and freshwater realms. To level up, you have to raise, breed and sell your fish to gain XP and money. At higher levels, you’ll be able to unlock more species of fish and buy more advanced decorations for your aquarium.

As an in-app purchase, you can also purchase cowry dollars that can be used just like coins in the game to purchase items and upgrades. Using the items wisely can help improve the aquarium’s environment leading to happier fish. (Just don’t tap on the screen).

“Fish Farm gives people the opportunity to care for exotic fish and construct their ideal freshwater or saltwater environments,” said raiX founder Raik Bittner. “Everything from the species of fish to the undersea home is yours to design and customize.”

Fish Farm is available now for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch for free. To download the app, visit: http://itunes.com/apps/fishfarm

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