Flying Fish Quest

Flying Fish Quest

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Dolly, the little fish and Tim, her sea-horse friend live in a beautiful undersea world. Dolly is a flying fish and likes to fly out of the water to enjoy the warmth of the sun. One day, it suddenly grows darker right in the middle of the day! As the darkness sets in, Dolly and Tim become more and more concerned. Help them on their journey to save their beloved lagoon and overcome many puzzles and obstacles along the way!

  • Colorful and beautifully animated fish
  • Helpful boosters and tricky obstacles
  • 150 undersea levels
  • Lovely characters
  • Engaging tale of bravery

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  • OS: 10.12/10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • Hard Drive: 41 MB

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Flying Fish Quest is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice game I enjoyed this game very much - I only played the 1 hour demo so far, but I guess I will buy the full version.
Date published: 2017-09-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not a typical 3 match This game is more like chess than a 3 match. You really have to plan out your moves and know how things are going to fall to get the right combinations. Can't stand the marimba music and the colorus are garish.
Date published: 2017-09-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from If you don't mind it being mostly Mystery Loss all over again... [review based upon completed game] Pros: extremely cute graphics/animation, good challenge level Cons: pretty much exactly the same as other games by this developer with using exact same levels, limited moves only, can't make moves all the time When I first played this, I thought Intersol had only copied the first third of the game from all their earlier ones. Upon later buying and playing Mystery Loss all the way through, it turns out it's more like 75% of this game is a straight up copy with the first 50 or so levels being cloned from early Intersol games and most of the second two thirds being copied from Mystery Loss. I will say the fish and their animations are so cute that I would often stop playing just to watch them instead. The map with occasional HO to find interface Intersol typically uses was brought back for Flying Fish Quest along with easy to see playing tiles which I much prefer compared to Mystery Loss' dark playing tiles, odd map interface, and horribly done HOS. The storyline is also much better, although I noticed a glitch at the very end of the game where I couldn't see the very end of the story. :( As with pretty much everything else this developer's done, it's limited moves only and you have to carefully plan your moves and combine your powerups strategically to do well. There's also still some of that waiting factor with not being able to make moves constantly and having to wait for all your bonus points to rack up at the end of every level but the design seems to be slightly improved from very early games so that extremely long cycles of powerups going off by themselves don't occur anymore upon finishing a level. I'm glad I didn't play Mystery Loss first before getting to Flying Fish Quest or else I would have been really bored with all the identical levels. If you don't have either game and are trying to decide between the two, I'd go with the fish. Even though this looks like a shorter game at 150 levels compared to ML's 210, you're not missing anything and this game is way easier on the eyes with a much more coherent story.
Date published: 2018-01-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Hey, devs! such a good game, but not enough moves! I will not give more details about the game, because the other reviewer gave an excellent resume of all you have to know. On my part, I will add that I really like the games in this serie, penguins, snails and all. The cute look appeals to me, the gameplay is satisfying, with different combinations of tiles giving you different boosters and so on.... only one small problem, limited moves make them impossible to play! As already said, there is no other option to play other than limited moves. The schemes are so full of obstacles, cages, chains and whatnot that just a very few moves are available, and often enough, in spaces that will do nothing to progress. During trial time I purposefully tried time and again to beat he first nine levels without buying additional moves, and the game was constantly spontaneously reshuffling because no moves were available! Of course, as already said, buying those extra moves in large enough quantities to make the game enjoyable is impossible. I find it a shame, because I really like the games, but I play to have fun, and I will not accept to be stuck at level number 9! I have read so many times 'I hate limited moves' that it is a real shame that devs cannot give us a try to a relaxed mode game.... I suspect it would be a winner!
Date published: 2017-09-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from SAME AS PENGUIN RESCUE/PRETTY SNAILS/OWL RESCUE This is another Match 3 game by the same devs of Penguin Rescue, Pretty Snails, and Owl Rescue, I think there were a few others offered, but I can't remember. This is a Limited Moves, swap type Match 3 game, and I'm not really a fan of the Limited Moves feature. If you don't reach the goals before running out of moves, you are forced to buy increments of 5 extra moves that increase in price with each increment, and it's next to impossible to earn all 3 stars when you do. I also hate that I can't make another swap until all tiles are finished doing their matching thing! The Fish Tiles are large, bright and colorful, so there should be no issues with being able to see the tiles or telling them apart from one another. Personally, the cartoonish nature of the game isn't that appealing to me, seems like it's targeted audience would be for kids. The music was cute at first but quickly became repetitive. Large matches will earn you bonuses on the board to help you beat the levels, a Match 4 gives you a Super Fish, which are eels attached to a fish, that when matched with color specific fish, will clear an entire row or column, depending on the direction you made the original match in. A Match 5 earns you a rainbow colored Octopus which removes all tiles of the same color that it's matched with. A Match in a T or L shape will earn you a Swellfish which is a fish in a bubble that detonates to destroy adjacent tiles when used in a match. Power-ups can and should be combined when possible, especially once the difficult boards are introduced. As you progress, you are given bonuses such as + 5 Tiles, or a Fish Net to grab a single tile. Eventually you will be able to select Bonus items before each level of Timers, the Octopus, Starfish or Shellfish bonus or the Sweet Duo feature. I did enjoy the Obstacles offered such as Seaweed Tiles that require single or multiple matches made on top of them, Vines that require matches made of the same tile that's trapped within, Ink Tiles that disappear when you make a match next to them, and my favorite are sea urchins? or flowers? that can require single, double or triple matches adjacent to them depending on how many layers there are! Just as in all the other Match 3 games by this dev, every third level has a new quest offered to earn extra coins. The quests are very simplistic and easy to find items located somewhere on the level map. It also has the same feature that's unique to this series of games, where on some levels, the columns or rows swap places after each turn. I liked Penguin Rescue, and this isn't a bad match 3 game, but it's really no different than all of the other games I mentioned, so I'll hang up my fishing rod for this one.
Date published: 2017-09-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Limited moves...again I do like the look of the games, the graphics are cute and the story has funny side to it. Like the other reviewer, I hate being stuck. I would have bought at least couple more if the relaxed version was an option.
Date published: 2017-09-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Limited moves This game looked cute but it has limited moves and no way to opt out of that so it's a no buy for me. Also, very hard to figure out how to quit the game. I really don't like that.
Date published: 2017-09-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed I love fish games like Insaniquarium, Hidden Wonder of the Depths. I love Aquascapes. I was excited when I saw the Flying Fish Quest because I thought it would have puzzles, real looking fishes etc.. It was horrible and boring. Please somebody make new Hidden Wonder of the Depths and more Fish games. Make more games with sea life and interactive with lots of puzzles in between.
Date published: 2017-09-06
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A once beautiful and bright lagoon has gone dark. Help underwater characters find the culprit in this match 3 adventure!

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