July 19, 2014 in Games (F)
[prMac.com] Hyderabad, India - i-Life Mobitech Pvt Ltd is always ready with a new enthusiastic and splendid game and has a good reputation for their games. Now, i-Life Released a new adventure game Fighter Fish 1.0 on the App Store. Fighter Fish is a new appealing and wondrous game and has many downloads for iPad and now it released for iPhone.
Fighter Fish is a game all about a cute little balloon fish which has to reach her destiny. So, you need to help her to overcome her obstacles and help her to reach her destiny safely. Save her from enemies which are coming on her way and help to reach her destiny safely. Fighter Fish is a exciting game with interesting levels. You are the hero for balloon fish and help her from enemies. There are many hazards coming in her way to wipe out. So, take a challenge and help her to avoid all her threats.
Two modes are there to play the fighter fish game. One is tilt mode and another one is joy pad mode. Beware of obstacles like moving jelly fish, jumping jelly fish, moving slides and more. Get ready with your machines to abet the fighter fish.
* 82 levels with different themes and with different obstacles
* Awesome graphics with effective sound effects
* Exciting game play
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later
* 49.9 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Pet Tricks 1.0 is and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.
Promo Codes For Fighter Fish For iPhone:
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