Casual relaxing indie RPG 'Fishing Paradiso' is out now

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From the developer of the indie hit Bear’s Restaurant, Odencat has released Fishing Paradiso, a cozy fishing RPG.

This is actually an enhanced port of the acclaimed mobile game that had over 1.5 million downloads and it brings with it full widescreen and controller support, plus all-new content including an extensive new mode called "Foodie Friends" and new furniture to decorate with.

"Fishing Paradiso is a narrative-driven adventure game designed to be both therapeutic and engaging with its relaxing gameplay and RPG-style progression systems. The more you fish, the more the game opens up with new environments to explore, new story objectives, and new characters to meet and befriend. With over 100 different types of fish to catch, not to mention dozens of upgrades to unlock, furniture to collect, there’s never been a better time to set sail and see for yourself what surprises paradise has in store!"

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Features:

  • Over 90 unique species of fish to catch from strange and fantastical ecosystems ranging from mountains and seas to the Milky Way and Hell itself!
  • A fishing game… with a story!? You’d better believe it! This is a wholly narrative-driven experience with a heartwarming story you won’t find anywhere else in the genre!
  • Easy to pick up, but difficult to master! It’s a simple gameplay loop that’s relaxing at first… but addictive and challenging by the end!
  • Complete side quests to forge deeper relationships with a diverse cast of characters, some of whom you might recognize from our previous game, Bear’s Restaurant!
  • Deck out your own private cabana with collectible furniture you can earn by completing specific quests, and rearrange it however you like!
  • This definitive widescreen version includes all previously released content (and even a few new surprises!), plus enhanced widescreen visuals, Steam achievements, and gamepad support!
  • Take your friends out to lunch via the all-new dining system, Foodie Friends! Unlock dozens of additional bonding events for each character you meet along your journey as you sample every dish on the menu at Bear’s Restaurant!

Available to buy on Steam.

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4 comments

DjBRINE1 7 Jun
When reading the title i was like: "Wait, WHAT?! This game?"
I had actively played it on my phone after completing Bear's Restaurant, and was heavily surprised to read about not just a PC, but also a Linux port!
Checking the price on Steam right now
I notice that the tag says "Native Linux" and the store page has a Steam gear thingie, but the article itself doesn't as far as I can tell actually mention whether it's a native Linux game.
Liam Dawe 7 Jun
Quoting: Purple Library GuyI notice that the tag says "Native Linux" and the store page has a Steam gear thingie, but the article itself doesn't as far as I can tell actually mention whether it's a native Linux game.
I don't mention specifically in the text every time I write about a Native Linux game that it's Native. The tag is correct though, that's the point of them :)
Quoting: Liam Dawe
Quoting: Purple Library GuyI notice that the tag says "Native Linux" and the store page has a Steam gear thingie, but the article itself doesn't as far as I can tell actually mention whether it's a native Linux game.
I don't mention specifically in the text every time I write about a Native Linux game that it's Native. The tag is correct though, that's the point of them :)
Oh, OK. I guess I find that kind of intuitively strange. Like, that the practice would be to put tags on articles indicating that they have to do with X, but then have the article say nothing at all about X. And since I normally rely on titles to tell me if I want to read an article, and the article itself to tell me what the article is about, I don't normally look at the tags at all.
So like in this case, I saw the first comment saying "not just a PC, but also a Linux port!" and I thought, hang on, is it actually? It might just be working on the deck via Proton. So I looked through carefully and found that the tag suggested DjBRINE1's comment was perfectly correct.

But if that's the practice, that's the practice. I'll keep it in mind.
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