“Penguins & Friends – Hey! That’s my Fish!” available for WiiWare
Barcelona (Spain) -Apr. 21, 2009– Gammick Entertainment is pleased to present the expected version for WiiWare™ from the famous boardgame “Hey! That’s my Fish!”. Only penguins are invited in this party, so hurry up and choose your favourite ones…And don’t let anyone to snatch the fishes from you! A good strategy is the most important thing to feed your hungry penguins. The objective is to get the ice floes that have more fishes before someone get them before you. Only the smartest one will turn into the real fishing King!
Between 1 and 4 players can play “Penguins & Friends” at the same time – providing they can handle the polar cold. The board is made up of ice blocks that have a set number of fish (1, 2 or 3) under them. The ice blocks are hexagonal and form a structure like a beehive. The starting position of the ice blocks can change, creating different game boards.
–Mission mode: This mode is for a single player who faces off against penguins controlled by the CPU. There are 3 types of missions to choose from. Each of them is made up of 5 boards and there are three different difficulty levels (easy, normal and difficult). One board must be beaten before moving on to the next one, and the player will come across boards with different sizes, shapes and box distributions. What’s more, as the player advances, the penguins become more intelligent, making the different challenges harder and harder.
–Free fish mode: 2 to 4 players can participate in this multiplayer mode, although they don’t all have to be human. The game lets you choose the total number of players and decide how many of them are controlled by the CPU if you want more participants. The number of penguins controlled by the CPU will be automatically configured according to the number of human players chosen. In any case, the players must choose the board that they want to battle on. All of the boards that can be found in Mission Mode are available here. The number of penguins per player is automatically assigned according to the board chosen and the number of players that are going to participate in the game.