developer: Dovetail Games/Rail Simulator Developments
publisher: Dovetail Games/Rail Simulator Developments
Game mode: single / multiplayer
Multiplayer mode: Internet, players: 1-8
Fishing Sim World is a simulation game dedicated to fishing, developed by Dovetail Games studio; it is a team whose portfolio includes both the genre-related Euro Fishing and the famous Train Simulator series (formerly known as RailWorks).
Fishing Sim World allows you to fishing in American locations such as Lake Boulder and Lake Johnson, French Gigantiki or even British Grand Union Canal. In each of the seven places you will find different positions prepared for both beginners and experienced anglers. In addition, we can use a boat at any time (two of the available models are signed with the Bass Cat Boats logo) to find an ideal place to cast the lure after activating the sonar.
In total, eighteen species of fish (headed by carp, pike and basses) controlled by advanced artificial intelligence are waiting to be caught here; in order to be successful, we must learn about their reactions (e.g. to water temperature) and habits. The struggle is made more attractive by the changing weather conditions, which should guide the selection of hunting stands and equipment. Creators provide us with a wide range of equipment including rods, reels, leaders and lures; manufacturers include companies such as Duckett Fishing, Fitzgerald Fishing, Korda, RidgeMonkey, as well as Delkim.
Fishing Sim World allows you to play alone as well as multiplayer games in the company of three (on consoles) or seven (on personal computers) of other players. In addition, anglers can compete with each other in the so-called Dovetail Fishing League.
Fishing Sim World boasts high quality three-dimensional graphics. The realistically animated water is particularly noteworthy, although the surroundings, rich in details and full of details vegetation growing on the coastal areas, may also please.
PC / Windows
Minimum: Quad Core 3.5 GHz, 8 GB RAM, graphic card 2 GB GeForce GTX 750 or better, 20 GB HDD, Windows 7/8 64-bit