• Publisher: PNJ Inc.
  • Genre: Sports
  • Device: Universal
  • Size: 62.7 MB
  • Version: 1.0.3
  • Price: $4.99
  • Average User Rating: 3 (2)
App description: - Real Fishing2 Promotion Movie -
http://youtu.be/qTQn_rW_FTQ

-The million-seller fishing game, Real Fishing 3D is BACK!-

We're proud to announce the release of Real Fishing's sequel title,
packed with more realistic fishing experience, various contents,
improved user interface and advanced visuals!

-Features-

1) With Real Fishing 2's Reel Action, fishing has never been so fun and easy!
2) Hundreds of fish species and seven exotic fishing spots!
3) Need improved performance? Two hundred items are ready to aid you!
4) Dynamic Quest System will provide different quest each time!
5) Realistic, lifelike fish rendered in 3D!
6) Swing your device like actual fishing, and reel in a fish to make it your catch!

PNJ's comments:



The sequel title of Real Fishing 3D, which scored more than a million downloads worldwide, is out now!

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★We're having a problem with iPad Mini. There'll be a bug fix soon!
02-26-2013, 03:50 AM
#2
Joined: Jan 2012
Location: Philippines
Posts: 18,804
Looks fantastic, but ive made my ipad mini my gaming device of choice so i will wait for a fix, and you have a buyer!

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02-26-2013, 02:25 PM
#4
Joined: Apr 2010
Location: California, USA
Posts: 3,742
As a real deep-sea fisherman myself, I can't get myself to buy a fishing game where you catch aquarium fish. Maybe most people don't know the difference between a game fish and an aquarium fish, but I do, so it just takes the realism right out of it for me. A 2 pound clownfish! Ha! Because of that, I wouldn't buy this no matter how well it controls. So many fishing games use aquarium fish. I don't get any of those.
02-26-2013, 02:29 PM
#5
"Over 100 spicies of fish"

iPad 3 iOS 6.1 32GB
iPod 5 iOS 6.1 32GB
02-27-2013, 03:18 AM
#6
We're having a free giveaway event in Promocodes and Contests forum. Check out http://forums.toucharcade.com/showthread.php?p=2698338
02-27-2013, 11:29 PM
#7
Joined: Jun 2010
Location: Verona - Italy
Posts: 619
It s amazing and the for the promo contest code

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02-28-2013, 02:49 AM
#8
Joined: Dec 2009
Location: Denmark
Posts: 411
I have been playing this game for 1.5 hours now and I must say it's a good Fishing Game. The graphics are great and the gameplay is as you expect it to be with nice flick animations/moves. I will keep this game on my phone next to Flick Fishing (yes I still love that game due to the lack of Retina).
03-07-2013, 09:09 AM
#9
Game Impressions

Don't bother

This game is a shameless cash grab through and through. It costs 5 bucks but don't get fooled by that, it is essentially a "paymium" game. There are two currencies, coins and bucks. Coins are handed out more liberal than bucks but the game is still stingy with them.
Coins are used to buy new rods, lines, repairs and lures and to pay for entering fishing spots (!!!). Yes, in this 5 dollar game you have to PAY ingame currency to even play. This is about one of the greediest games I have ever played.

You need bucks to upgrade your gear and your fish tank (the only way to catch higher level fish is to upgrade the tank) and to buy certain items in the store. So you will be low on bucks almost all the time but don't worry: There are IAPs which will let you buy bucks at exorbitant sums of your hard earned real life cash. Just great!

Another way this pathetic excuse for a game uses to grab your money is item degradation. After fishing for a couple of minutes your gear becomes worn out and unusable. Then you have two choices: Exit the fishing spot (and later pay to enter it again) and repair your gear with coins or stay and repair your gear on the spot with bucks.

The gameplay is pretty straight forward. You flick your iDevice to cast your lure and then move your finger in a circular motion on the screen to reel it in. You have to watch the line tension bar or otherwise your line snaps and you lose your lure (so you have to buy it again). Sometimes while struggling with a fish an option to flick your device will appear and if you do you can reel in for a nanosecond or so without worrying about line tension.

This is just a minigame they took and made something that kinda resembles a game around. Laughable! I have no idea why they called this "Real Fishing" it has NOTHING to do with real fishing at all. "Legend of the River King" for GameBoy was a more realistic fishing game than this atrocity.
There are no realistic fish (you catch aquarium fish, really???), only one (!!!) fishing technique (no fly fishing etc) and the locations are unrealistic too.

Purchase at own risk, you have been warned.
03-07-2013, 12:04 PM
#10
Joined: Apr 2010
Location: California, USA
Posts: 3,742
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chiller ONE View Post
Don't bother

This game is a shameless cash grab through and through. It costs 5 bucks but don't get fooled by that, it is essentially a "paymium" game. There are two currencies, coins and bucks. Coins are handed out more liberal than bucks but the game is still stingy with them.
Coins are used to buy new rods, lines, repairs and lures and to pay for entering fishing spots (!!!). Yes, in this 5 dollar game you have to PAY ingame currency to even play. This is about one of the greediest games I have ever played.

You need bucks to upgrade your gear and your fish tank (the only way to catch higher level fish is to upgrade the tank) and to buy certain items in the store. So you will be low on bucks almost all the time but don't worry: There are IAPs which will let you buy bucks at exorbitant sums of your hard earned real life cash. Just great!

Another way this pathetic excuse for a game uses to grab your money is item degradation. After fishing for a couple of minutes your gear becomes worn out and unusable. Then you have two choices: Exit the fishing spot (and later pay to enter it again) and repair your gear with coins or stay and repair your gear on the spot with bucks.

The gameplay is pretty straight forward. You flick your iDevice to cast your lure and then move your finger in a circular motion on the screen to reel it in. You have to watch the line tension bar or otherwise your line snaps and you lose your lure (so you have to buy it again). Sometimes while struggling with a fish an option to flick your device will appear and if you do you can reel in for a nanosecond or so without worrying about line tension.

This is just a minigame they took and made something that kinda resembles a game around. Laughable! I have no idea why they called this "Real Fishing" it has NOTHING to do with real fishing at all. "Legend of the River King" for GameBoy was a more realistic fishing game than this atrocity.
There are no realistic fish (you catch aquarium fish, really???), only one (!!!) fishing technique (no fly fishing etc) and the locations are unrealistic too.

Purchase at own risk, you have been warned.
Been saying this for a long time myself! Catching aquarium fish is ridiculous! Whatever. What do you expect from PNJ? Same old-same old.. ;(

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