“FishCraft” was a great game with a silly name (one perhaps inspired by a combination of “Angry Birds” and “Minecraft”, two of the most popular indie games at the time). But the game had strengths, including some crazy levels (one even took place with you shooting around a giant spinning ball), better controls (partly due to gamepads arguably offering finer control than touch screens), dramatic music, and the ability to rapid-fire your fish off if you wished. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Despite a name change, “Angry Fish” is its sequel. It adds a new fish (a brown fish that fires off a sonic wave), and 42 more levels. If you liked the first one, you’ll probably like getting 42 more levels for another 80 Microsoft Points.
Here’s what the developer (Frozen Software) has to say about the game:
“In this sequel to the critically acclaimed physics based action title FishCraft, the cats have gone too far!! Experience an epic tale of deceit and revenge as the fish take the fight to the cats homeland in 42 levels of extreme destruction.”