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'Fish Fillets 2' - Features & Screens

by Rainier on Jan. 1, 2006 @ 1:30 a.m. PST

You are in control of two fish and you must use them to rearrange the objects in a given level in such a way that the fish can exit unharmed. One of the fish is bigger and can move even heavy steel objects while the other one is smaller and can enter the holes and corridors that are too narrow for its bigger partner. Simple as it may seem, this principle offers a variety matched only by its complexity.

You are in control of two fish and you must use them to rearrange the objects in a given level in such a way that the fish can exit unharmed. One of the fish is bigger and can move even heavy steel objects while the other one is smaller and can enter the holes and corridors that are too narrow for its bigger partner. Simple as it may seem, this principle offers a variety matched only by its complexity.

Key features

  • Underwater puzzle game with two talking fish in the role of secret agents
  • More lovely creatures with unique abilities join the player's team during the game
  • Dozens of mind-boggling levels based on simple, but very interesting mechanics
  • Several colorful and animated environments, both underwater and on the shore
  • Interesting and funny story told by rendered sequences and witty in-game dialogues
  • Branching game progress, allowing the player to always continue by another way when he gets stuck somewhere
  • Lots of bonus stuff to be found and unlocked by the player

Original Fish Fillets game

  • Released in 1998 in the Czech republic, in both Czech and English versions
  • After being released as freeware in 2002 it generated more than 100.000 downloads from the internet and was translated by fans into several languages including French, Italian, German and Spanish
  • Cover-mounted on issues of GameStar, Level, PC World, Oyuncu, Play CD and other international magazines, more than 300.000 CDs altogether
  • Developed by creators of Fish Fillets, Original War, UFO: Aftermath and UFO: Aftershock

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