In this underwater puzzle game you control fish secret agents Max Flounder and Tina Guppy. Seemingly a common case turns into a tough fight with a mysterious enemy and the strings appear to lead pretty high. Fortunately, you are not alone.
Release Date: Apr 5, 2007
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In this underwater puzzle game you control fish secret agents Max Flounder and Tina Guppy.
Seemingly a common case turns into a tough fight with a mysterious enemy and the strings appear to lead pretty high. Fortunately, you are not alone. Cool crab brothers, a retired agentess, lost baby seahorse and peculiar pair of snails - all of them will join you to help you to discover the evil one. You will need all your wits if you want to win!
- OS: Windows XP
- Processor: Intel Pentium® IV - 2GHz
- Memory: 512 MB RAM
- Graphics: nVidia® GeForce™4 - 256 MB
- DirectX®: DirectX®: 9.0c
- Hard Drive: 650 MB free space
Fish Fillets 2 © 2007 Altar Games. All rights reserved. Developed by Altar Games.
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Fish Fillets 2 is a casual, voice-acted puzzle game that imitates story elements from the TV series, X Files. Your job is to push different objects around using two fish characters to meet some final objective (usually getting out of a room). The puzzles do get quite challenging and can be frustrating at times. The sheer number of puzzles and special objectives should keep anyone busy for hours on end. It's a great workout for the mind.
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0.3 hrs on record
Fish Fillets 2 is a novel puzzle game involving control of two fish of a different shape that are used interchangeably to push objects around the gameboard to reveal the exit to each stage. While the premise of the game is nothing special, it does support both the Steam Overlay and widescreen modes. The graphics are sub-par compared to other modern puzzle titles, with cinematics in particular looking very blurry and dated. However, the game is well carried by good voice acting from the fish who constantly banter throughout the gameplay. The music is also somewhat below average tropical adult contemporary that adds little value to the game. Taken together however, Fish Fillets 2 is a competent although not noteworthy puzzle game, and the innovative concept may be enough to keep hardcore puzzle fans interested.