Legend of the Skyfish

3.6
1.5K reviews
100K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

** Touch Arcade - 4.5/5 'Get hooked on this'

** Pocket Gamer - 9/10 Gold Award! 'Leave the sword. We're going fishing.'

Legend of the Skyfish is a beautiful action adventure puzzle game with a unique weapon and tool - a fishing pole!

Follow the intrepid Little Red Hook on her journey with the Moonwhale to defeat the monstrous Skyfish.

Use your fishing pole as a weapon or a grappling hook, and upgrade it as you go.

Legend of the Skyfish is filled with beautiful hand-painted art, intricate action puzzles and unique enemies.
Explore a huge world of 45 handcrafted levels and defeat giant bosses.

Features:

- Unique fishing/grappling hook mechanics
- Gorgeous hand-painted environments and creatures
- Original music score by Sean Beeson
- 45 handcrafted levels
- Epic boss fights
- Many items to find and use
- Various puzzles to solve
- Great for all ages!
- Gamepad support
Updated on
Jul 8, 2020

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3.6
1.5K reviews
A Google user
September 21, 2018
Having played through the first ten levels, I can honestly say this game presents itself extremely well, and each level is a joy to explore and solve. However, as many have said, the controls are clunky and it is difficult to pull off what you want to do with ease. With how the levels are laid out, a little targeting forgiveness with the hook would be very welcome, as well as an indicator for where enemies will land once hooked. Not only that, but the option for a static analog pad (as opposed to one which centers itself where your thumb is planted) is something I personally prefer. I've taken damage several times because Red Hook wasn't moving the way I expected her to. Speaking of movement, Red Hook does not need to be allowed to slide so freely while pushing statues; a temporary dead zone perpendicular to the push direction would ameliorate this. Though I complain about the controls, don't let them deter you from purchasing this game. I got it for free, and I wish I had paid money.
30 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
November 30, 2018
I'm playing this on my Nvidia Shield TV and while the controller works for the base movements I'm unable to select the settings cog or change any of my items. I'm not sure if this is by design or a bug. I can't even continue past the first few levels because as soon as I get the better pole, every time I try to start a new level, it asks me to select what gear I want to use. I can only give this thing 2 stars until this is fixed.
22 people found this review helpful
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Crescent Moon Games
January 17, 2019
Hey, sorry about that. We updated the game with a fix that should solve your problem, feel free to try again and see if it is working now.
A Google user
February 1, 2019
When you can't assess whether something's a feature or a bug, it's a bug. There are enough here to test your patience. There was no question to me that the random number of remaining life force hearts displayed were unintended -- and frustrating! Controls can be iffy, inexact, and sometimes "slippery". Gameplay can become repetitive/tedious after not too long. It's nice to look at though.
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What's new

Minor bug fixes