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Help! There’s an alien in my fish tank! That’s what happens to poor young George in Alien Fishtank Frenzy from Imperial Game Studio.
During out Android app review we met George. On his way home, George scooped up a little green guy he assumed was a fish. Now he has a little green monster from another planet ruling his tank, and George must slave to keep it happy or it will eat all his fish.
You’ve got to admit, it’s a pretty original idea. In the Alien Fishtank Frenzy Android app you will use two air flow controls to guide food to the growing green alien living in George’s tank.
It starts out pretty easy, with a simple platform and a few pellets of food bouncing around the screen, but as you play the Alien Fishtank Frenzy Android app definitely gets challenging.
Before you know it tanks are sprouting spikes, lasers, tricky bubblers and other obstacles. And then there’s the timer.
Not only do you have to master the control water currents, avoid booby traps and feed a hungry alien fish tank overlord, you have to do it before the timer runs out. Take too long and you can say sayonara to all the other fish in your tank.
Alien Fishtank Frenzy combines fast-paced game play, in-app achievements and Open Feint integration for a highly addictive gaming experience. Consider me hooked.
Thoughtful touches like bubbling menus, a stellar soundboard and an extremely intelligent use of on screen space only make the Alien Fishtank Frenzy app better.
While you play the game, currant control comes from the lower left and right corners. These touch pads are translucent, so they do not interfere with the game at all.
The only other controls are a small pause button in the upper left-hand corner which does double duty as a timer and the food count in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. This game is super easy to use.
For the most part the Alien Fishtank Frenzy Android app works like a charm. There are a few control issues during certain levels, specifically with the lower right-hand corner currant control.
This was not a constant problem, but it happened often enough to make it frustrating. I also experienced occasional lag issues and a slow level load time even though I was running the app with a 1 GHz Samsung Hummingbird processor.
Unlike the iOS version of this app reviewed on our sister site, the Alien Fishtank Frenzy Android app is available free of charge. I can’t argue with that price tag. But be prepared to endure an advertisement between each level to compensate for your savings.
When you download Alien Fishtank Frenzy you gain access to unique puzzle levels. If you want more a simple in-app purchase will unlock additional levels for about a buck. That’s still a heck of a deal. Give this game a try, you won’t be disappointed.
Android Apps Review Details: Alien Fishtank Frenzy Android app is free. This app requires Android 2.2 and up. You may download Alien Fishtank Frenzy from the Android Market. A small expedite fee was paid by the developer to speed up the publication of this review.
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