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Fishing War slot game review

If you’re looking for a casino game experience outside of the ordinary, you don’t need to look any further than Fishing War from asia-based Spadegaming. We would hardly describe this as a slot at all, as it has more in common with shoot ‘em up games you’ll normally find on your mobile phone or tablet. It’s not the first game attempting to bridge the gap between casino and mobile games, however, as Max Quest: Wrath of Ra will forever have that honor.

Fishing War does not sound like a peaceful and idyllic fishing trip, and it’s really not. This is a game with non-stop action, plenty of moving parts and 8 different bonus features. Up to 4 players can play in the same game, and you choose difficulty level and bet range up front from 3 different options. The gameplay is all about shooting different fish and creatures of the sea with a cannon, and you upgrade the weapon by increasing your bet level.

The 8 bonus features all come in the form of special creatures you need to take down, and the biggest bonus catches will be announced well ahead of time. The Ghost Ship provides the game’s max win potential of 888x your stake, but you’ll probably need help from other players to defeat this rugged thing. You need to be careful with your ammo here, as each shoot fired is subtracted directly from your bankroll, and wasting ammo/credits is hardly a good idea if you want to get out of this underwater war zone in profit.

Just like there is no shortage of fish in the ocean, there is no shortage of bonus features you can trigger in this game. Keep your eyes peeled for special creatures that will sometimes appear, as you should always prioritize bonus creatures with your cannon because of the bigger wins and benefits they provide. Here we will quickly run through all the special creatures to be on the lookout for, and what they can do for you.

The Dragon King

The Firestorm

The Thunder Hammer

The Azure Stone

The Wealth Packet

The Wealth Packet

The Awakening Dragon

The Monkey King

The Pirate Ghost Ship

How to play

We have to admit that we were somewhat confused when we first started to play Fishing War “slot”, as it’s not exactly the kind of game we usually get on our proverbial desk. Still, it did not take all that long to get into the swing of things, and here we shall guide you through everything you need to know to get started with this unusual game in no-time.

When you start the game, you will get to choose between 3 different game modes, namely Junior Mode, Expert Mode and Godlike mode. The main difference between the modes is the bet range and the difficulty level when it comes to taking down the creatures:

Junior Mode (low volatility)

Expert Mode (medium volatility)

Godlike Mode (high volatility)