Wednesday, 15 March 2017


Ack, enough of that. I literally can't work out at all how I'm supposed to control it. You'd think a fishing game would mostly consist of the simple pleasures of casting your line and winding the reel, but I can't get any of that going here. Obviously, this is deep-sea fishing, not fly-fishing, but you'd think the basics would be the same. So what did I manage to do? Well, I went to a shop and bought some random things (no idea what really) from an ugly man. I hired a boat. I went to the map and planned a good fishing spot (no idea if it was a good fishing certainly didn't net me any fish), then I sailed out there and sat, rod in hand (ooh err), staring out of the back of the boat. I seemed to be able to move the rod up and down (ditto), select the bait (I think...there was a metre with different fish on it), and throw bait in. Other than that, I didn't see a single fish or really work out what I was supposed to be doing. Maybe I was too impatient? Maybe I should have sat there for an hour or two waiting until there was a sudden frenzy of activity, resulting in a huge marlin and the most exciting game experience ever. Maybe not. Whatever, I'm going to call it done. It was going to have to do something pretty special to grab me anyway, so not doing anything was never really going to work. Onwards!

Next up on the randometer is...Lost Valley! Looks like a slightly random home brew action RPG. I'll give it a go and see how it looks.

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