Average Playtime: 4 hours


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Feesh is a minimalist arcade game where you play as a tiny microorganism that resembles a fish. The mechanic is simple; eat smaller feesh to get bigger, and avoid being eaten by bigger feesh. Certain feesh have special abilities; Red ones make you smaller, and the jellyfeesh can sting you. Survive long enough, and you'll evolve! But try not to get naturally selected. And watch out for sharks.

  • Some feesh are more rude than others. Observe the behaviors of the different types of feesh to find out what they do! Or just find out the hard way.
  • Uses Steam Leaderboards! See how you rank against other players in the food chain
  • Controller support! Or the game can be played using just the mouse!
  • 2-4 player competitive mode!
  • Chillout mode! Just chill and watch the game play itself in this ambient mode.
  • sharks
  • Originally made for the Ludum Dare 48 hour game jam!

Release date
Terrifying Jellyfish
Terrifying Jellyfish
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for Linux

  • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
  • Processor: 2 GHz
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • Storage: 300 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Standard Audio

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: 2GHz
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • Graphics: Direct X9.0 Compatible Card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 300 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Standard Audio

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: OS X version 10.6 or later
  • Processor: Intel Mac 2 GHz
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • Storage: 300 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Standard Audio
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Rolling Stone
Make children Feesh 100 times!
Other feesh are nearing extinction and are struggling to get by. But you don't care. Cause you just ate 10,000 of them
Nah no one's gonna get this achievement
Last 5 minutes in Shark Attack mode O.O
Jaws is my favorite movie
Last 3 minutes in Shark Attack mode (that would impress me honestly)
i pretty much am Darwin
Evolve 7 times in one game !!!!
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Feesh reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Italian
I State that I think I have played this title too much because it really does not offer a great longevity and there are certainly better games of the genre. I will Not say that I liked but not the opposite because it was nice to play it, for a short time. I Probably would not spend money since there are better products available for free so why pay for it? However, I call for unnecessary criticism. The game is simple, eaten or eaten. The graphics are simple but it's nice, much more than the overwhelming majority of casual indie that you see around this platform. The sound did not stand out in good or bad. The gameplay is simple and intuitive and allows you to juggle the player right away without any major problems. However, as mentioned above, it is a title that will offer longevity of 0, so I do not recommend to buy it because you'll be playing for an hour, if not less, then leave it to rot in your library. NOT RECOMMENDED 5.5/10
Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
(A detailed Impression of the Game can be obtained here: Does this do what?-Feesh) The Game principle is already known from free Browser games like Agar.io: You eat other Fish, grow through them and thus gradually become a big Fish in the small pond. Feesh has little to add to this Principle. The Game tries to bring in a little more Variety through different Species of fish with different abilities, but the Fish species I have tried have played themselves very similar and also very boring. Skills that would actually require tactical Decisions are sought in vain. Even free Genre representatives have more Depth to offer. In addition, the Playing field is quite small, so that you swim back and forth in a confined space and are already so big very quickly that you can hardly move anymore. At the Latest from this Point on, the Game has no appeal and you only wait until you reach the next Evolutionary stage and are allowed to start again with a different Species Of fish. Even worse than the playful Shortcomings, however, are the technical ones. Although the Game with me, according to FPS Counters, was constantly running at a Frame rate somewhere between 300 and 1000 Frames per Second, it kept coming to small, pesky Rucklers that meant I often couldn't dodge or chase after other Fish the way I did Wanted. Otherwise, the Controls felt very imprecise. With both a Mouse and a Controller, I sometimes found it difficult to just turn my Fish in the right Direction. If you want, you can see for yourself in the Video linked above. Overall, I cannot recommend Feesh Despite its very low Price. As I said, there are free Browser Games that are better. Therefore, there is no Reason to spend your Time with this.
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