Have you ever dreamed of making your freshwater aquarium? Have you ever wondered what fish you would like to keep, or what fish will go well together? Well, in the Freshwater Tank, now you can. With 155 different freshwater fish and 100 incidents, see for yourself what fish you would want to have and how to take care of them while having fun with friends and families; you can even create what type of community tank you would desire. So, do you want a goldfish tank, a tropical fish tank, an aggressive cichlid tank, or any other type? That’s up to you to decide. The goal of the game is to become the first person to create a compatible fish tank with 10 fish, but be careful; there you might lose some of your fish as you play. So what are you waiting? Set up your aquarium.
“My family enjoyed playing this on game night. There are four different levels in which you can play. The levels range from novice to expert. For our first game we played at a novice level which allows for more compatibility. My oldest and I played a second round the day following and we played with the beginner level rules. We ended up playing for 2 + hours.”
“A unique competitive game.”
“The players will learn a lot about fish and which fish can live together in a tank.”
“I believe families and teachers will enjoy this game, maybe before a lesson on sea animals or before visiting an aquarium.”
“My oldest said that he enjoyed learning about different fish. I thought it was a great opportunity to dive into a topic that I personally never thought would interest me. I have a newfound appreciation for people who tend to fish! We had no idea how much work went into maintaining a healthy fish tank with compatible fish.”
“I’d say this is a cool game for people who enjoy game nights, or for fish lovers. It’s such a niche game, but we enjoyed it because we enjoy family game nights! It is definitely a great addition to our rotation of games.”
“Each fish card is also color coordinated to tell you visually what your chosen fish’s temperament is. This was a great help for my budding reader. The cards also offer information about the fish including their diets, origin, and max size.”