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Last Fish swims onto Android bringing with it that unqiue art style we all love

“Eat food, avoid goo, escape the shadowfish. Survive.” Summing up the gameplay with that simple phrase, Pyrosphere has just released their third game, detouring from the Riddles realm and coming with a nice action game for you to try out. Last Fish puts its bets on simplicity and balances it with an easy to learn, hard to master gameplay.

In Last Fish, you’re a fish that swam into the wrong underwater neighborhood, or so it seems, since you will be avoiding black goo and dangerous shadowfish. You will have to eat white glowing food to obtain health points, or stand in a fixated area for some time, in order to complete some of the levels.

Last Fish Features:

– Intuitive tilt-based controls
– Stylish monochromatic graphics
– Atmospheric soundtrack
– Simple and addictive game mechanics
– 45 levels and 5 arcade stages
– 3 star performance score on each level
– In-game achievements

On a personal note, the game reminded me of the feeling that you get in Osmos, with its atmospheric music and its run/attack/escape scheme. Last Fish is available on Google Play, and it will just be $0.99 from your pocket (now that freemium games are pouring around, it’s nice to see full paid games every once in a while). If you like indie games with a unique art style to them, you might want to check this one out.

Developer Website: Pyrosphere

Google Play Link: Last Fish

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