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- Simple enough for anyone to learn or play
- Two modes offer different challenges
- Good presentation adds to the fun
- Addictive gameplay can get you hooked
- Become the big fish and get revenge on the fish that tried to eat you
- Repetitive gameplay gets boring after a while
- Not much difference between the different types of modes
Feeding Frenzy Fast Facts
- Feeding Frenzy was released on March 17, 2004
- The game was developed by Sprout Games, LLC
- The game was published by GameHouse, Inc.
- The game was released for BREW, J2ME, Mac, Windows and Xbox 360
- Feeding Frenzy is the first in a series of underwater life simulation / strategy titles. The other game in the series is Feeding Frenzy 2: Shipwreck Showdown (2006)
- After completing each level, a fun fact is revealed about various sea creatures, providing a fun educational aspect to the game
- After its launch on XBLA (Xbox Live Arcade) in 2006, it became the 17th most popular title that year
- Sprout, LLC was founded in 2003. In 2005 it was acquired by casual games guan PopCap. Its other well-known games include Iggle Pop! And Pizza Frenzy
- GameHouse, Inc. is a developer and publisher of casual and family-friendly games. Founded in 1998, it was acquired by Real Networks, Inc. in 2004. It remains one of the major publishers of casual games to this day
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