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Last Fish

by Pyrosphere
Platform: Android Rated: All Ages
3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (175 customer reviews)

Price: $0.99
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What's new in version 1.6.0
  • - Better options and interface.

Product Details

  • ASIN: B009LT1YZ6
  • Release Date: October 8, 2012
  • Rated: All Ages
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (175 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,527 Paid in Appstore for Android (See Top 100 Paid in Appstore for Android)
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Product Features

  • Intuitive controls - tilt the device or use a Sphero!
  • Stylish monochromatic graphics
  • Atmospheric soundtrack
  • Simple and addictive game mechanics
  • 45 levels and 5 arcade stages

Product Description

Last Fish is a stylish black and white action game about the survival of a tiny fish in toxic water filled with goo.

Eat food, avoid goo, escape the shadowfish. Survive.

PRESS QUOTES
"Last Fish felt poetic in some ways." - DIYGamer

"Within 15 minutes of downloading the game I was hooked." - AppAdvice

"Last Fish is proof that games can be artistic, and more importantly that artistic games can be fun." - TouchMyApps

GAME MECHANICS
Tilt the device to control the fish. Eat food to gain health. Avoid touching goo as it decreses health. Complete the objectives but beware of the shadowfish.

New control options include 3 different setups for tilting the device and support for Sphero - an awesome ball robot you can use to control the fish.

LEVELS
In each level you have to complete one of four objectives: survive for a specified amount of time; quickly follow a trail of rings; clear checkpoints; eat food with caution to reach a specific amount of health. Every level is different, be it food quantity, goo quantity, speed, size, movement patterns, health lost rate, number and speed of shadowfish. All these combined make each level unique.

ARCADE
Survive as long as possible. Arcade starts with lots of food and some goo, but over time the food gets more rare and more goo appears. The fish also loses more health as time passes. Then appears the shadowfish. Survive, until the inevitable end...

Technical Details

  • Size: 8.8MB
  • Version: 1.6.0
  • Developed By: Pyrosphere (Privacy Policy Click to see complete result in a new window)
  • Application Permissions: (Help me understand what permissions mean)
    • Connect to paired bluetooth devices
    • Discover and pair bluetooth devices
  • Minimum Operating System: Android 2.2
  • Approximate Download Time: Less than 90 seconds

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
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Last Fish is going to have you either loving it or hating it. The unusual permissions regarding "bluetooth pairing" enable you to connect a compatible gaming controller (Tinfoot comments answer), and the game being in black and white, the one key factor that will likely sway players to one side or the other is the TILTING controls needed to play this game. I'm not a fan of playing see-saw or twister with my device.

But I know some are huge fans of the tilt controlled games, and those that are will find this game relies heavily on it. As a matter of fact, it's the only controls you have when actively playing a level. The graphics are basic. The game plays smoothly and you can mute both sound fx and music.

Even though I am not a fan of tilt games, I must still give credit where credit is due. This app utilizes the tilt sensor perfectly. Internet access is not required to play this app. As a FAOTD, this is a perfect opportunity for you to try out an app that uses the tilt controls/sensors without any risk. If you've missed the FAOTD, and you're comfortable with this type of game, then it is easily worth the dollar.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
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I had purchased this app over a year ago and deleted it as I found it difficult to play with the controls using the tilt sensors. I thought I would give it a try again and for some reason it worked very well and I enjoyed playing the game. I don't know if there has been a software update or if it worked better because I am using a different tablet. I played this time on a Samsung Tab 4 eight inch version.

In the app you are the last fish alive and you are swimming in a toxic sea full of food and goo. The challenge is to swim and move using the tilt controls to eat the food and avoid the goo which is deadly. On some levels you are challenged to touch a certain number of objects like rings without touching the goo. There are also a timed survival mode and of course the shadow fish. The controls for the tilt control are right on the money and I had no issues what so ever in playing the game.

The game play is Ok but repetitive. The graphics are black and white and gray in a classic style that is really well done and the music is good. For me the game is a 4 star. I was impressed with the quality of the tilt control and it made the app enjoyable. I just got tired of chasing objects and avoiding others and that is the reason for the -1 star deduction.

The app is safe to download and it only contains a permission for attaching to a Bluetooth device. There is no malware, adware or Analytics.
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138 of 188 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Simple, Aesthetic Game February 17, 2013
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If you've ever played an Orisinal game, this game is basically along those lines--simple but beautiful graphics, relaxing repetitive music, straightforward tasks. All in all, something you could never get sick of.

This game relies entirely on your device's tilt sensor--you move the fish around the pond by tilting your screen. Avoid the dark circles (they suck energy), try to absorb the light circles (they give energy). Each level has different tasks, like: stay alive for x amount of time, follow a trail of rings, etc. There are 135 levels in total, and you get a score of 1-3 stars per level (stars unlock arcade games like 'how long can you survive?').

Definitely worth the download, especially since there are no annoying popups/ads, and it does not require any suspicious permissions!
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73 of 99 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fun game February 17, 2013
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It's a fun game. I'm playing it on the Kindle Fire HD, and have had no problems with force closes, and the game plays extremely smoothly. The controls are very responsive. It starts out very easy, and does (as other reviews have alluded to) get difficult. It never gets impossible though, and for long term value I'd rather it did get difficult instead of just have different levels that are easily passed.

The big question I had about this game was going to be the presentation. I wondered if it looked professional. It does. The graphics, while black and white and nothing amazing, are good. The game has a stylish look to it, and it is has a similar look to World of Goo. The menu's look good (between levels), the fish and on screen graphics all look good, they have a nice glow look to them that is brighter than the pictures represent.

The game does have varied tasks for the levels, such as capture a number of air bubbles while avoiding pollution, survive the pollution for a number of seconds, capture so many air bubbles in a certain amount of time, exc. It does a good job of mixing tasks up so that you aren't doing the same thing over and over.

All in all, it's a good game that you should definitely pick up as the app of the day, and it's a game that is worth 0.99 cents for someone who is looking to pass time with a stylish, fun, tilt based sensory game.
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206 of 286 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Nicely designed but too difficult January 17, 2013
By Christy
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I like the way this game looks, and the sound. Despite the fact that it's black and white, it's still interesting to look at. I enjoy the game play, it doesn't feel like a lot of the other fish games out there. The controls are good, which is no small feat. The problem is the repetition and difficulty/scoring. It's very stingy with the stars, which is annoying because I'm a perfectionist. even when I feel like I did a great job it might give me 1 star or none. It seems to score based on speed rather than accuracy which seems strange to me. And sometimes I don't know how the heck it's scoring. Basically it's the same few challenges over and over, with increasing difficulty. For example you must get your health to a certain number, hit a certain number of checkpoints (a circle you sit on) or stay alive for a set time. I think I'm on level 15 and already it's too difficult. The death blobs cover the checkpoints or health spots. It really affects my enjoyment.
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unusual Permissions
Funny you should ask that, I was thinking the same thing. I have never seen blue tooth permissions before in an app. Of all the permissions FAOTD apps ask for, this one only asks for blue tooth.
May 17, 2014 by Lazzarith |  See all 2 posts
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