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Fish vs. Crabs includes a collection of really cool mini-games adding to the immersion and fun. For example, as you discover hidden objects scattered around the reef, you are challenged to utilize them by completing a range of diverse tasks such as raising the flag on a pirate ship or opening a treasure chest. Completing these objectives unlocks special pieces used to customize your reef. Social connectivity allows player interaction, and you can even leave messages in bottles or hide gifts in your friend’s reef they need explore to find.

With its 100+ items to collect, 6 unique gameplay modes, and 24 levels of play throughout 3 themed islands, ‘Fish vs. Crabs’ offers an incredible amount of content at a bargain price.
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