It's too similar to Fishdom 3.
A very nice game which really is fun. But unfortunately too similar to Fishdom 3 This spoils the 5 stars.
June 6, 2013
This game is fun, great graphics, not a game for expert hidden object fans
May 9, 2013
I liked everything about it......graphics, scenery in tanks, decorations, fish. Only one thing is missing for me to buy the game.
Fishdom series was the first Pc games I purchased at a store.In fishdom 1, you could really get into doing stuff for the fish. You could buy choice of feeders, and other systems and upgrade. It's been so long that I've forgotten the upgrades in the tank. It may sound funny, but it made the game more fun personally. You acually make things better for your fish by your OWN choices and not just pick up a shaker and feed.I guess, when I want to play Fishdom, I'll just have to go back to the original. That's too bad, because I really do like Aquascapes in every other way!
May 8, 2013
Too Much Fun Not to Enjoy!
Similar to Fishdom, which I could not stop playing!
May 8, 2013
Fishdom in disguise?
This is Fishdom with a twist. The same qualities as its neighbour but now as a hidden object game.
You play to win coins to buy fish, decor and plants, but it is well done. It is an enjoyable change, just not sure it is different enough.
I am a Fishdom fan however not sure if I would buy this one. just a bit too similar for me.
If you don't like the match three play, this one may suit better.
May 8, 2013
I have enjoyed playing this game , it is not hard by any means , a good game to pass the time
September 24, 2013
Too Long & not enough choices
too long to get the star for level up to buy all the collection
I do enjoy but too long and only 8 back drops and you can buy up to 100 tanks boring doing the same over and over
June 21, 2013
Fun game for kids and adults
I bought this game for my kids to play, as the challenge level is not too high, but found that I also really enjoy playing it. You do hidden-object levels to earn coins and shells to buy fish and upgrades for your aquarium. You also earn stars to level up by buying upgrades and by feeding the fish and cleaning the tank when it gets dirty. Fun and relaxing.
May 28, 2013
Finding zNemo in my own living room
Playrix just keeps getting better and better with these undersea trips, except that in Aquascapes, the underwater adventure is not your typical hidden object mystery. We are building high end aquariums and populating them with happy fish, both mundane and exotic. We earn upgrades by playing hidden object puzzles, and earning coins to buy new decorations and pets, along with other accessories for our fishbowls.
Also, a sneaky little thing they do is get you to collect shells, and you might be tempted to click on just the scallop shells, but the shells can take any more, conch shells, snail shells, and even the text "shell" spelled out om some wood. Those shells are great to collect, because you can buy even better stuff with them. You know you've made a hit with the fish when little hearts float about them when you place a new plant or decoration down, and they love the food you give them.
The only problem I had with this game was the background music. It was far too soothing, and needed to be a bit more upbeat. The fish had such fun and cute attitudes, that their music should reflect on that. All said, this was a really cute and fun game, and had a Finding Nemo feel about it.
May 22, 2013
There are only about thirty different scenes total. For a game of all HO's you would think that would get a little redundant. Also I wish the developers would branch out and quit using the same stuff in different games. You're playing an HO version of Fishdom. Except for the play scenes and items to buy they are exactly the same game? Also please expand the options of items to buy. For example, only less than twenty fish total? Gets a little boring. This is a good series but keep kicking it up a couple notches with every new game, rather than just recycling the same stuff.
May 8, 2013