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Marinatide looks like a pretty cute little fishing game and the developers emailed me to confirm it will be Linux supported.

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It looks cute, but I would have liked to see a more interesting fishing mechanic other than wait, then click.

Apart from that it looks pretty nice.

- Exploration - Go island hopping, fill in your sea map, and find all the hidden fish areas and secret side quests
- Fishing - Use various fishing equipment wisely to catch and collect fish of all kinds… but avoid over-fishing and endangered species!
- Sea Cleanup - Clean polluted waters all over the map to uncover new fish areas
- Unlocking and Upgrading - Sell your catch to upgrade and expand your range of equipment, boats and outfits
- Questing - Collect money, special items and rare fish to complete the Main Quests, changing with in-game seasons
- Replay & Progress - Fulfil all the seasonal Main Quests before their deadline or it's game over—no continues! Luckily, you can always replay with newly randomised fish areas and quests, keeping your map progress, fish catalogue, unlocked boats and more...

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Philadelphus 28 Jun, 2016
Cute-looking game, I voted for it on Greenlight. :)
stan 28 Jun, 2016
Certainly looks good enough for my vote, but I’m not sure if I’ll buy it. The video makes it look like a casual game for kids.
tuubi 29 Jun, 2016
I can see this being an enjoyable casual time-waster and stress-reliever, assuming decent gamepad controls. Although the main quest deadlines sound a bit forced. Might just as well vote for it, but won't buy until I see some positive reviews.
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