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 Mar 07, 2005 - 01:00 PM - by Michael
* Strange Fish for the DS

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Mobile gaming (GBA/etc)
Spong.com's got a few screenshots of what looks to be a cool - if strange - fish game for the DS.

We defy anyone not to raise an eyebrow at least after looking at Electroplankton. We sat for several minutes entranced by the dulcet chimings of the stylised aquatic life. Exploration of the game's (mostly Japanese) microsite suggests that 10 ?plankton? are featured, each with its own attributes. There are videos of people playing (and obviously enjoying) it, too. All of which begs the question: I think I like it, they like it, but what exactly is it?
I don't know either, but I somehow want it.
 

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