Factsheet

Developer:
xeetsh - Maximilian T. Schmitt
Based in W├╝rzburg, Germany

Release date:
28 April, 2018

Platforms:
PC / Mac / Linux

Website:
https://fever.fish

Regular Price:

FREE

Description

Feverfish is a score attack action game with synthwave aesthethics. You play as Finn who want's to escape his boring old fishtank and live in the endless ocean. Avoid obstacles, dodge the swordfish, collect powerups and listen to countless fishfacts. Oh, have I mentioned that the game is narrated?

History

This games combine a lot of passions of mine, the ocean, absurdity and synthwave aesthetics. Fitting al those things together a game about a fish jumping out of his aquarium experiancing crazy feverdreams caused by the lack of oxygen was born.

Features

  • Play as a fish!
  • Listen to the story narrated by Erik Markert
  • Eat powerups to slow down the time or seperate your body from your fish soul (noclip)
  • Reach the sea?!
  • Countless obstacles to doge!
  • Amazing music by Sim Gretina
  • Boost your way through the level and reach the highest score ever
  • Become the smartest of your friends by listening to countless FishFacts

Videos

Trailer YouTube


Images

download all screenshots & photos as .zip (7MB)
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download logo files as .zip (1MB)
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About xeetsh - Maximilian T. Schmitt

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I'm an independent game developer currently working on Garbage Crew! a chaotic, roguelike garbage collection game.

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Feverfish Credits

Maximilian T. Schmitt
Design, Development, Writing

Erik Markert
Narratorr

Sim Gretina
Musicr


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