A wonderful app. So life-like, it looked as though it were real, and worked perfectly. Highly recommend it! Just one thing, though, a LOT of humpback whales, and you could add in seals and manatees too. Also more info about species and more whale and dolphin species, and more places to go would be nice. You could even add all of the land animals! Did you know that humpbacks have the longest flippers of any animal?
Actually quite fun I actually am a whale watching guide most of the year and, while certainly the spotting conditions and abundance are much better than in real life, it is oddly an accurate experience... Running all over the boat with the skipper yelling directions at you, getting frustrated when your camera doesn't focus in time and getting shots of splashes instead of the whales that made them... Anyhiw, it's my off season and i'm having a good time with this
Great game and quite life-like. The whales swim around your boat in numbers and diversity you'd never see in nature, but that's not a bad thing. Otherwise very life-like except that the physics could use a little work, particularly in terms of the water splashing. Overall fun, relaxing, and helps cultivate the patience to get that perfect photo.
Great fun! Could you add things like a mode where you must drive your boat around and look for whales? it would be fun! Also, the game is a bit to easy. BTW could you add some rare, prehistoric whales and dolphins like leviathan, dorodon and basilosaurus, also maybe some random events like orca attacks on whales! or baby whales! Maybe even albinos!
Fun/Educational Downloaded this for my 2yr son, because he loves whales. He absolutely loves it and it's saved me quite a few times with potential meltdowns. It's also very educational! He's 2 and can name most of them by site.
Beautiful and entertaining! Love it! Only one minor criticism (from a marine biologist)... the Pacific white sided dolphin is not found in the Atlantic -- might I suggest for a future update substituting an Atlantic white sided dolphin, Lagenorynchus acutus, instead! :)
Minor bug fixed.