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WindowsGameZebo (Jun 19, 2008)
Fishdom is well-implemented and easy to play. While it won't give you the same level of challenge (and combo rewards) as Bejeweled, it's a cute tile matching game for non-competitive casual gamers who want a title to play in short spurts. If you're looking for a screen saver and enjoy decorating tanks for simulated fish, then it's even better.
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WindowsGamingXP (Jun 05, 2009)
Ein Spiel für alle Gelegenheitsspieler, die das Match-3-Spielprinzip lieben und dabei ein Aquarium nett dekorieren wollen.
60
Nintendo DSNintendo-Online.de (Sep 26, 2009)
Das Rad hat rondomedia mit „Fishdom“ nicht neu erfunden, allerdings einen weiteren gelungenen Vertreter des beliebten 3-Match-Puzzlespiels in den Handel gebracht. „Fishdom“ hebt sich trotz einiger interessanter Ideen dabei lediglich durch das Aquariumthema und die über 100 erspielbaren Extras von der Masse an Konkurrenten in diesem Sektor ab. Wer ein ordentliches Puzzlespiel sucht, kann auch dank des günstigen Preises einen Blick riskieren. Ist man allerdings schon im Besitz von 3-Match-Puzzlespielen, wie „Puzzle Quest“ und „Zoo Keeper“, braucht man „Fishdom“ nicht zusätzlich in seiner Sammlung.
60
Nintendo DSiNintendo Life (Dec 06, 2014)
A match-three puzzler with a pretty mediocre gimmick, Fishdom just barely manages to stay afloat thanks to some solid core mechanics. It works, but it's very tired indeed, and will only appeal to fans of this specific puzzle genre. Even though Joindots GmbH has opted to release its title as DSiWare, you can also snap up the fishiness on 3DS' eShop as well, and neither the price nor file size will break the tank. There are no multiplayer options, and no easy way to replay older levels while still progressing, so it's more of a puddle than an ocean, but even those can be fun to splash around in on occasion.