march of iOS and Android apps over to the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS is in
full swing. The price of Evofish on the Wii U is $4.99. So a bit higher
than what it costs on the iPhone, iPad, or Android. Plus it is
stationary in your home, and can not be taken on the go.
Evofish is a nice relaxing fish eat fish game with a dark secret. Players move their fish around eating smaller fish. At the same time they avoid the bigger fish. Once the player fills up an experience bar (from eating all the smaller fish), then they level up.
This is where Evofish gets controversial, divisive, and in many homes offensive. Your fish evolves. So families not a part of the evolution religious belief set will be immediately bothered by that. There are so many less offensive, controversial, and divisive words that could have been chosen. They could have used developed, grew, morphed, changed, and so on.
The music in Evofish is pleasant enough. I just got sick of seeing that evolved word every single time I leveled up. Eating up other fish is shown in a non-violent way. They vanish into a shadow of an object, and fish bones. Both quickly vanish.
I kept running into one problem while playing the different modes of Evofish. Not enough smaller fish to hunt. I would hunt out an area, or all the smaller fish were on the edges of the screen avoiding me. Which left me to avoid the bigger fish hunting me. My only way out was to use a power-up (if I had one) to eat some of the larger fish.
family members can play Evofish at the same time. Splitting the small
playing area up into four littler screens makes Evofish even more
difficult. Although to be fair Evofish is pretty simple and easy in the
single player modes. It does get repetitive though.
Family Friendly Factor: 55%
System: Wii U
Publisher: Moving Player
Developer: Moving Player
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone
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