[Game] Fish Abyss – Build an Idle Ocean Aquarium
Build a thriving ocean sanctuary splashing with aquatic life – all while you listen to the calming sounds of the ocean as whale song echoes in a distant reef.
Hundreds of Fish to Collect
Discover all the fish in the sea and bring them to your aquarium. From koi and clownfish to majestic creatures that would never fit in your fish tank, such as dolphins, sharks and humpback whales and even more exotic species – we have them all to collect and grow at the tap of your finger!
The World’s Largest Fish Tank
Dive into the world’s largest fishtank – your own aquarium sanctuary! Customise your underwater oasis with corals, seaweed, rocks and attract new species of fish to your deep sea aquarium in this relaxing underwater sim.
Journey into the Depths of the Ocean
Begin your adventure in a secluded reef as you discover your way through the depths of the aquamarine world, one tap at a time.
A relaxing family simulator game full of life, build your beautiful virtual underwater tycoon where marine life can thrive – all as you listen to the zen music of whale songs in a distant reef.
Real Schools of Fish
The marine life in your reef will find friends and form schools of fish, just like real fish majestically weaving in and out of the coral (and avoiding sharks!) using our advanced behaviour simulator.
Care for Your Aqua Pets
Create the ultimate fish farm. Hatch eggs and feed your underwater creatures to level them up. Merge your fish to breed them into more special, unique pet fish.
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A network connection is required to play. Data fees may apply if WiFi isn’t connected.
Fish Abyss user reviews :
Different aquarium game. Amazing ambience, soothing animation and smooth graphics. I so want to give it 5 stars being the 1st review, but I feel it can be more engaging in terms of gameplay as it takes so long to advance. I’m mostly using it for its stunning visuals and sounds to relax otherwise it’s just a tediously slow and repetitive idle-and-merge type growth game. I’m not suggesting it become a typical idle clicker coz that would ruin it. I have no doubt of the devs creativity for fun feats
The app is good also enjoyable and easy use very realistic but 3 star because two reasons 1st one is no night mood and 2ed one is no jellyfish if in future there is update and those two things add then I happily give 5 star rating
This game is perfect if you want something that you can get on only every few days with no issues. As long as you also never switch phones. If you play daily it quickly gets extremely frustrating unless you are willing to put serious real world money into it. It takes so much to get the fish, you can’t advance them past level 5 (at least not early on), once you have a fish to level 5 and fully fed you can’t do anything with it aside from watch it swim. The graphics are beautiful though.
Cool fish, hard to advance. In the beginning, I liked the design and the fact that you advance by getting more fish. Simple but fun. But after you advance to a couple of higher level fish, it’s so hard to get enough hearts. I’ve been turning my game off for an hour or more to let the hearts build up, because I can do nothing until then, and then going back on, buying one fish, feeding it, and then waiting again. I do like the soothing visuals/sounds though.
I love this game. Super calm and relaxing. I love the fish and the view. It’s great! However, I find myself not having enough life or food to play for more than a minute or two, even with my life at a x12 multiplier and my food at a x9 multiplier. There should be more ways to earn food and life and/or lower the cost of the fish/food consumption.
Pleasantly surprised at how much fun it is. Much more than a game. There is something tactile about the experience. Something I never anticipated. My 4 year old son is having tremendous fun with his fish aquariums. Radical watching him figure out the mechanics and revisit things he has learnt. He speaks about it as if they are real fish. Now I must learn how to get him to share the phone with his 2 year sister.
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