A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

A free downloadable game for Windows, macOS and Linux


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?

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

StatusIn development
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Release date Apr 06, 2018
Rating
(1)
Authorxeetsh
GenreAction
Made withUnity, Blender, GIMP, Audacity, Krita
TagsColorful, High Score, Low-poly, Retro, retrowave, Score Attack, Synthwave, vaporwave
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard
LinksTwitter, Blog, Soundtrack

Install instructions

Just unzip and run the game!

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Windows 72 MB
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macOS 77 MB
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Linux 96 MB

Development log

Comments

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Well, I couldn't beat the tutorial. It says to press space but it seems to only give you a single little boost before you just fall to the bottom. Spent about five minutes mashing and holding different buttons and combos with no change... Either I'm a complete moron or there's something wrong with the game, somehow I think the former is more likely.

First of all thank you for trying out my game. To swim up you have to push [Space] repeatedly. Basically the swim mechanic is like the fly mechanic of Flappy Bird (One single press is a little boost upwards. To really gain height you have to press kinda fast).

If you have tried this and it still isn't working please contact me again, as this is behavior that neither me nor any of the testers experienced.

Yeah, both pressing space once and mashing it like my life depended on it both yield the same result.

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Hey, if you want to I would DM you somewhere to find the cause of the problem. As this should definitely not happen.

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Just wanted to notify you that the issue is fixed now! Sorry that it took so long.