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To assist main characters players must catch fish into their net in groups of three or more. Familiar and beautifully responsive swipe controls make this a lovely pick-up-and-play for match-3 enthusiasts, but there’s even more to the gameplay with the addition of some rather interesting fishing tools.

Fishing Trip offers increasingly complex gameplay, with certain criteria to be met each round, and set amounts of money to be garnered from each fish type caught.  With two lovable characters and a comical story driving the game forward, Fishing Trip offers a fully rounded take on the much-loved game genre, and makes for a lovely introduction to newcomers.
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