You are swimming in dangerous waters! Jump and dive to dodge the bombs!
How far can you swim?
◉ Many new characters to unlock :)
◉ New Challenges Mode, check it out.
Ratings and Reviews
Overall an ok game
I absolutely love to play this game. I have been playing for a long time just trying to get all of the characters and I finally did it🤗 Although i do have a few problems with it. I do find the inappropriate ads to be overall the largest problem. I really do suggest that they filter the ad categories. Another one of my problems with this app is that the challenges are a bit too difficult. I also lean towards them making more characters and more creative and perhaps less violent was to lose. I also think they should make more creative game modes. One of my last things is that people are making a big deal about pride jelly. If you are concerned with your child being exposed to it then I completely understand that. But if you have a younger child they will probably not pick up on it. If your child is old enough to understand what it implies then personally don't think it's hurting anyone and they can just chose another character to use. But if if you really do have a problem with it then this may just not be an app for you. Overall I think it is a pretty ok app.
Love the game. Buuuuut.
I really love this game, it is just amazingly fun. But I did find one thing in particular that sort of ruined it for me. The three jellyfish. Okay, I understand people having different opinions on the homosexuality debate, but, I mean, come on people, this game is supposed to be for children. So I thought it was kinda funny when I realized that you made a female and male jellyfish. And I realized that the "tentacles" corresponded to the gender of jellyfish (one longer tentacle for male, one tentacle that concaves inward for female. Coincidence?) I also though that was funny because it was like an Easter Egg for older children. But I sort of drew the line at the "pride jelly". I mean the name already gives a pretty good idea of what's it going to be. But then you find out, it's a rainbow jellyfish along side the pink male and blue female. I get it, you support that. But it's a game, why put contrary opinions like that in a child game? Perhaps a subliminal message, perhaps just to celebrate. Whatever the occasion, I still think it's a little bit too much. I love the game and all, but this was just unnecessary.
Awsome, but some suggestions
I love this game! It’s really fun and addictive. However, it can get a little repetitive. I think instead of just jumping through water, maybe the player can get assigned quests or tasks. Also, in the beginning of the game, the player could start off in the Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, or some other body of water. Then, once they finish a certain task, they can unlock a new setting. And each setting has different things in the water, like in the Pacific Ocean or something, there could be sharks, bombs, boats, and maybe fish. Also, I think some fish could have special qualities or power-ups.
Something that’s a little annoying in the game is that giant adds pop up in the middle of the game, and also the fact that when I get 100 stars, it only gives me a random fish and I can’t pick the one I want. I feel like there should be a way to pick a certain fish to buy or let it give you random. But I just love how the water colors change and how all the fish are so cute.
Overall, I love this game and just thought it could use a little touch-up. 😀😉😉
(Ps, I’ve heard that people are having problems with the pride jelly. If they have a child playing that is little, they most likely won’t understand it. If the child is old enough to understand pride, it’s not like it’s hurting anybody and they’re bound to learn about it one way or another. If you don’t like the pride jelly, maybe choose another character or just don’t play the game. )😀
- 115 MB
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Finnish, French, German, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Ketchapp
- In-App Purchases
- Remove Ads $1.99
- Gold Fish $3.99
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.