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Submitted by shaneryanTB 708d ago | review

Ridiculous Fishing review | Thunderbolt

Joseph Ford, Thunderbolt writes:
A bearded fisherman standing on his boat acts as the title screen, central hub, and jumping off point for Ridiculous Fishing from indie developer Vlambeer. It’s a spruced up version of the studio’s earlier Radical Fishing, and you might marvel at the visuals here, a colourful style somewhere between origami and Paper Mario. The full logic behind the game’s title won’t become apparent, however, until you realise that the fisherman has an arsenal rivalling that of a small army onboard. It’s ridiculous, of course, and the set up for one of the better pick-up-and-play titles available for iOS devices. (iPad, Ridiculous Fishing) 7/10

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