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Flick Fishing

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Game for patient kids reels in laid-back fun.

What parents need to know

Ease of play

Even novices can be landing whoppers within minutes. An in-game tutorial and onscreen gauges keep you apprised of line length and tension. Switch from calm dock-side fishing to deep-sea boat fishing and everything in between with just a couple of taps.

Violence & scariness

Fish are always thrown back, right after the app takes a photo for bragging rights.

Sexy stuff
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Language
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Consumerism

Kids can buy game extras at the Village Shop. A realistic Private Beach costs 99 cents, or buy additional types of fish or a black-jack game mode.

Drinking, drugs, & smoking
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Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that this virtual fishing game is fun, safe, and even promotes catch and release. Our review is based on the iPhone app; the Android app may have some differences in functionality.

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QUALITY

The fish are always biting in Flick Fishing, which makes this enthusiast app fun for kids, too. Flick your wrist to cast a line in one of six beautiful spots, and when you feel a vibration, turn the onscreen reel to hook your catch. The nice graphics and sound effects faithfully reproduce the sights and sounds of fishing from a pier, river bank, boat, and yacht. The ocean waves almost make one queasy.

App details

Devices:iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Android
Price:$0.99
Release date:November 13, 2009
Category:Sports Games
Publisher:Freeverse, Inc.
Version:1.4.1

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Kid, 10 years old December 29, 2010

Beast, and it might even get you insterested in real fishing.

Its not really that hardcore, but still awesome even though its only for a quick game while your waiting in line or something. Its really hard to catch fish like Blue Marlin or Swordfish, so dont get it if you have anger issues. It actually got me interested in fishing and now im landing real life whoppers.