Never Fishdomed before? Take a deep breath and dive into the underwater world of match-3 fun with Fishdom!
Engage in challenging and fun match-3 gameplay with unique twists as you decorate tanks to create cozy homes for lovely fish. Feed them, play with them, and watch them interact with each other. Hey, your finned friends are waiting for you—DIVE IN NOW!
● Unique gameplay: swap and match, design and decorate, play with and take care of fish—all in one place!
● Play hundreds of challenging and fun match-3 levels
● Explore an exciting aquatic world with amusing 3D fish that each have their own personality
● Liven up tanks with breath-taking underwater decor
● Grab your scuba mask and enjoy amazing graphics
● It's buddy-diving time: play with your Facebook friends!
Please note! Fishdom is free to play, though some in-game items can also be purchased for real money.
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Here comes a spooktacular Fishdom update!
- Join Ghost Season and get to meet the eerily beautiful Jellyfish Witch!
- Beautify the Halloween Land aquarium with terrifyingly cute decorations in the Halloween Party event.
- Get a unique Halloween decoration and other valuable prizes in Ghost Races!
- Win the Sea Witch fish in the Magic Gifts event.
- Collect tokens to help Jacques, Sophie, and their friend Sandra turn an underwater lab into a cozy bedroom and save some whales.
- Complete all the assignments to win a unique decoration and keep the underwater room in your collection!
- The new Fashion Show aquarium and 17 thematic decorations.
- 3 new fish: Giant Rattail, Peacock Wrasse, and Mr. Fashionista.
- A new match-3 element: Lilies.
We hope you enjoy the new update!
Have fun playing!
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Better than most
This puzzle matching game is super fun and challenging. Currently, I almost to level 3000 so there's lots of content to make your way through. It does get really challenging and exponentially more difficult which is kind of the point of a puzzle.
The upside of this particular game to most other games is the lack of ads. There aren't any! I love that! There are options to pay money for boosters and help but even those are super descrete and are well hidden if you choose not to. I've never paid any money for this game and continue to find it entertaining and graphically beautiful.
As a programmer myself, I get really annoyed with people who complain about ads and in-app purchases because a real person creates and maintains these games and they should be compensated in some way. There are extremes, when the ads and in-app purchases are overwhelming but this game is so far from that. This developer does a great job at making a beautiful, fun game that you can choose to play for free or pay a few bucks for boosters.
Very habit forming and yes will cost you actual money
This is the best match game I’ve played in that beating the levels takes attention to detail, and the variety of challenges in good. Building out each aquarium is fun. I’ve found that every level (so far past 2300) is beatable without buying extras, but some take a few hours to win without help. Caving in and buying some diamonds or tools is of course always an option and I’ve paid quite a bit in cash. Unlike some of the other reviewers though, I don’t really begrudge paying for such good software - those people deserve to be compensated for their work, don’t they? I’m quite sure most of us don’t work for $zero.
Would be good if the Support team actually responded to customers though. Great game.
ALMOST makes you pay real money to play
Bottom-line - If you ignore the contstant in-app prompts to pay cash for items, you can actually advance in the game (not easily) and it is entertaining. This deveopers other games are similar.
On to the rant:
I really wish game developers would stop this pay to play using in-app purchases. You used to able to immerse yourself in games without constant prompts to pay real cash for DISPOSIBLE in-game items. You may say, that games used to cost quite a bit to purchase outright and that you are just purchasing items in-app instead. Well this is partly true, in that you could actually pay a decent amount of money up front for a good game and enjoy it without hassle. In the past the prompts would be for shareware titles, while this and most games now use in-app purchases. In essence I have no problem with developers getting paid for their work. The problem is these payments are for single use items. So what happens if a year or two down the road you reinstall the game, do you get your purchased items back? I think you know the answer to that one.
- PLR Worldwide Sales Limited
- 507.1 MB
OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor
English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- © 2013 Playrix
- In-App Purchases
- Diamond Fishy Bank $2.99
- Wonderous Collection $1.99
- A few Diamonds $0.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.