How do I catch the fish,I kept on feeling but no fish,
I find most phone-based gaming to be abysmal, but this lovely little adventure is a gem amongst bedrock. The controls are simple, but fighting a fish on your line is satisfying. The pixelated nature is pretty and relaxing. I would say a sequel to this game could use a better framework of progression so you haven't done everything there is to do in about an hour, and more interaction with the environment.
Wow! Awesome new fishing game! Can't wait for more👌
It's like an amazing super Nintendo game. I love it!
I've been following River Legends from the start, and I must say that Dantat have delivered! The gorgeous pixel graphics hooked me, and the mood reeled me in. On the mood, the visuals is obviously fantastic, and they're only fortified by the incredible audio, both the sound effects and the theme music. Birds chirping, fish splashing up through the surface, and waterfalls breaking on the rocks -- these ambient sounds help to make River Legends the relaxing, neat little game that the developer intended it to be. Ah, and the weather. That really helped bring it to life. I could imagine myself out there, on the edge of the pond, toughing it in my rain jacket and fishing with a smile. As for the actual game elements, I found it a little clunky at times. My line got snagged a few times in the open water, for instance, and sometimes my catch would seem to jump across the screen. But these occurrences were few are far between, and certainly fixable. I also found the user interface a little awkward. The text (particularly in the hints menu) was difficult to read, and I had to keep looking back to the shop to see which fly I was using. For the latter, why not put a description on the lid of the tackle-box, which is currently just a semi-transparent rectangle? I loved the exploratory elements, and I feel that, even though I have explored a few caves and what not, there is more to see! Allowing access to gold like that also helps to eliminate the grind, which some players, particularly those from a video game background, may feel. Overall, the game is prize winner, but it can certainly improve, and I'm quite excited to see where Dantat will take it from here.