Fish slinging time with Fish Out Of Water on BlackBerry 10

By James Richardson on 22 Aug 2014 06:30 am EDT

Fish Out Of Water is another Android game that I recently discovered works perfectly well on BlackBerry 10. I downloaded this one for free from the Amazon Appstore and if you don't yet have that on your device be sure to hit up the link at the base of this post for instructions.

From the same developers that created Jetpack Joyride and Fruit Ninja, Fish Out Of Water brings us some unique game play - I can't think of many other games that involve throwing fish. The object here is to select one of the fish from your selection and using a swipe gesture to the right, you launch it into the air. The idea here is to get not only as much distance as possible, but also as many skips on the water as you can.

Once you have had three throws, with three fish, the "Crab Crew" will award you your points for the round. Do well enough and the next level will be unlocked.

Where things get interesting is that each of the fish behave differently when thrown. Some will travel further than others, some will skip more and some will even split into three. It's really a process of trial and error to get the perfect combination. And just to make life harder, the weather changes every so often so you won't always be in bright sunshine, but I'll leave the elements for you to discover instead of spoiling them all here.

For a free game you can't really go wrong with Fish Out Of Water. This one's great for all ages so if you don't fancy it yourself, but have kids, then grab it for them.

Download Fish Out Of Water from the Amazon Appstore

Reader comments

Fish slinging time with Fish Out Of Water on BlackBerry 10


No one is trying to be clever and saying first.... now you are just trying to provoke me and it's not going to work! I'm above you and not childish like you

Posted via my ZED10

(in Beavis and Butthead voice) "uh huh, huh huh huh. He said he's above you. Uh huh, huh huh huh"

Now, this is entertainment. Just accept your first greatness and enjoy some Android Apps. They can be quite decent. Heck, I even use the showbox app and get the movies to play on my big screen and format correctly through hdmi cable since it uses the Q10's native video player.
Certain Android apps can serve you well, and there is potential if the app is intentionally made to be "BlackBerry compatible"
Coming from my previous Legacy OS devices, I am thankful for the relative greatness that Android apps can bring on the slighty less tiny BB10 screen I have now (sarcasm intended).

Frosty white Q10/

Bahahahahaa I love these comments! Oh quickysilver your hilarious like a comedy act! *eats popcorn*

Posted via R115-Aramis.

Glad you got it done this time. Proud of you. Please, an acceptance speech on this great accomplishment. I'm your biggest fan.

I don't mind Android games. "Orbital" and "Galazer Deluxe" from the Amazon Store play great on my Q10 (it's not like games are what I bought my Q10 for, but the occasional time waster is appreciated).
As long as the apps or games work well, I don't mind. "Hit or miss", that's the name of the game here.

Frosty white Q10/

I agree, not a ton of replayability like Jetpack Joyride.

I grabbed this one a week or two back. Still my 7yo enjoys it, so it stays for now.

Posted via CB10 from my Z30

I like cartoon fish, find them funny, might download this on my Z10.

No Android games on the Q10, yeah, the odd business app...

 BlackBerry? I premdict the future's gonna be chenomenal! 