Gone Fish'n (Amiga, 3 1/2" Disk) Interstel Corporation - 1987 USA, Canada Release
|Media||3 1/2" Disk|
|Category(s)||Entertainment, Sports, Fishing|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
"The Largemouth Bass is one of the most unpredictable freshwater game fishes in America. He is also the most popular of freshwater game fishes in America. Finding, then catching this character requires concentration, understanding, creativity, knowledge, luck, and a few other things. It's usually not easy and sometimes not fun. It's a game of odds. There's a lot of water out there and only a few fish."
Gone Fish'n is a realistic simulation of the popular sport of Bass fishing. Outstanding color graphics and sound effects give you the feel of actually being out there! You can fish in any one of eight different lakes, each with its own unique features. Use the weekly weather and fishing reports to decide when and where to fish.
Once on the lake, you can use your depthfinder to locate underwater structure- where the big 'uns hang out. Then choose from sixteen different lures. How about a Loony Pop, Jig & Pig, or Crazy Coot? And once you cast your line, you control the rod and reel action. It takes a sharp wit and a steady hand to avoid getting skunked. Ready for some competition? Enter a Gone Fish'n tournament and try for bonus $ points. Gone Fish'n is just like real Bass fishing- except you can fish from your favorite easy chair.
Gone Fish'n is just like real Bass fishing- except you can fish from your favorite easy chair. (No mosquitos or sunburn!)
Get hooked on Gone Fish'n.
Gone Fish'n features:
- Actual Bass fishing simulation.
- Weekly weather and fishing reports indicate current fishing conditions.
- Eight individual lakes, each with different underwater structure.
- Surface structure includes: pads, weeds, grass, stumps, brush.
- Depthfinder for locating underwater structure and fish.
- 16 different lures.
- Tracks you weekly and yearly fish catch.
- Two tournament levels- win $$ points!
- Compete with other "Gone Fishermen" for the Bass Fishing Hall of Fame.
by Roger Damon.