The Computer Coarse Angler (Atari ST)

The Computer Coarse Angler Atari ST From the intro


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Coarse Angler is a one player fishing simulator written in STOS. The idea with the game is to provide an amusement for seasoned anglers and a good introduction to coarse fishing for the beginner.

From the games main menu you may select to practice, play a match or specimen hunt. There are 12 locations to fish from in the game. Among the locations are a river, a pond and a canal. If you choose to practice you may fish at any of the locations, during a match however, you are given a location. During specimen hunt you are only suppose to catch one given type of fish.

The in-game screen is split in two main parts: the fishing view to the left and the equipment window to the right. You have a plethora of equipment to experiment with, such as 10 hook sizes, four rod types and so on. As bait you may use maggots, luncheon meat, bread and so on. A log keeps track of your catches and records, etc.


The Computer Coarse Angler Atari ST The logbook screen
The Computer Coarse Angler Atari ST Fishing at night
The Computer Coarse Angler Atari ST A peace full lake
The Computer Coarse Angler Atari ST Select rod

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Tomas Pettersson (23272) added The Computer Coarse Angler (Atari ST) on Oct 14, 2008