Feed And Grow Fish
|a game by||Old B1ood|
|Editor Rating:||5.3/10, based on 2 reviews, 1 review is shown|
|User Rating:||8.5/10 - 4 votes|
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|See also:||Fishing Games, Open World Games, Sandbox Games|
Feed and Grow: Fish puts players in the shoes (or lack thereof) of hundreds of different kinds of fish. The goal of the game is for players to eat smaller fish in the attempt to grow as large as possible. With a similar style of gameplay to Agar.io, Feed and Grow continues to be popular despite still being in early access.
Bigger is Better
Players begin the game as a small guppy fish. As the smallest fish in a very big pond, players will need to quickly eat as much as they can in order to grow the size of their fish. Players can start runs with bigger fish by paying out in the in-game currency, however in order to rack up some dough players will have to level up their fish manually by eating food, debris, and of course, other fish.
Under the Sea
As players grow the size of their fish they’ll be able to fend off predators with much greater ease. As they reach higher and higher levels, players will also be able to do greater amounts of damage, meaning that once difficult enemies can be taken out in just a single bite. However, if the player happens to get eaten themselves, then it's back to the start.
This gameplay loop is very easy to understand and offers a lot of fun in shorter or longer bursts. This makes Feed And Grow: Fish an excellent game for younger gamers, especially those who are completely new to the hobby. This is also helped by the fact the game has a cutesy art style that is reminiscent of Epic Mickey or the now obsolete kids MMO, Toontown.
All that said, Feed and Grow: Fish is not without its portions of problems. For example, the game is notoriously difficult to run on some computers. Put it down to poor optimization or whatever, but players may find that this seemingly simple fish simulator might ask a lot from their gaming PC.
Speaking of development, the updates for Feed and Grow: Fish are also problematic. The game first released in early access back in 2016, and has still yet to finish. It’s clear that the developers are only a small team, but updates and incredibly few and far between. To make things worse, key features like high quality sound effects and music were not part of the base game, but updates later down the line.
The issues also extend into gameplay too. The gameplay is very simplistic, and doesn’t really offer much in the way of variety. While players will initially find battling out in the ocean as an entertaining challenge, the novelty definitely wears off after a few runs.
With all that said, if players are looking for a fun, addictive game that has a short but satisfying gameplay loop, then they can’t go wrong with Feed and Grow: Fish. Perfect for younger players who are just starting out, Feed and Grow makes a nice distraction from other serious games that are flooding the market. And while it may have its fair share of bug bares, the game still has a passionate fan base, and continues to be a viral hit on sites like Youtube, with videos gaining views by the millions.
- Cute and family-friendly art style
- Great for all ages
- Simple and addictive gameplay
- Still in early access after years of development
- Low level of quality and generally rough around the edges
- Glitchy and has poor optimization
Download Feed And Grow Fish
- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP