I remember when my brother was younger he used to play Freddi Fish on the PC. The Humongous Entertainment has brought, Freddi Fish and the Case of the Stolen Conch Shell, this classic and award-winning PC game returns as the latest kid-friendly app for your Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Team up with Freddi Fish to find the Great Conch Shell!
The Great Conch Shell has been stolen and it’s up to Freddi Fish and friends to catch the culprit. Uncle Blenny can’t open the Founder’s Day Festival until the heralded horn has been recovered. Your child will join Freddi Fish and friends as they explore ancient ruins, play games at a fun-filled carnival and even discover a sunken airplane while looking for clues and finding adventure. Luther the fish, Rosy Pearl, Pierre the Tailor, and Nadine the Narwhal are just a few of the fun friends that they’ll meet as they follow Old Soggy’s sniffer through this tropical paradise. In the end, it’s up to your child to piece the clues together and figure out who’s responsible for this underwater caper.
- Play again and again – new clues, new locations and even new culprits await each time.
- Captivating worlds with faithful, lovable friends as they journey and overcome challenges.
- Integrated with Apple’s GameCenter with exclusive in-game achievements.
- Interactive touchscreen reveal hundreds of hidden surprises.
- Create a song on the organ or play with the Crook Book for added fun!
Both of my boys have enjoyed playing it. I did have to help Hunter in some parts, but it was fun for me to play as well. They keep going back to the App to play it again, so there is re-playability there. I really love the Humungous Entertainment games, and seeing these classics all over again. I tell my boys that “Uncle Tyler used to play this game when he was little.” And they get a kick out of that.
Freddi Fish and the Case of the Stolen Conch Shell is available now in Apple’s App store for $2.99 for ages 3 and up. There are plans to bring the game to Google’s Play store (formerly Android Marketplace) this spring. Freddi Fish is just the first of the Humongous’s games coming to you via Nimbus Games in the Apple App store and Google Play store.
Another Humongous Entertainment game I have reviewed in the past and my boys love is Putt Putt Saves the Zoo.