Sunny is just a tiny fish in a giant ocean. There's nearly no chance that he will survive in such a treacherous environment with all these big fish around. So he has to start to eat as many small fish as possible to grow bigger and become the strongest fish in the sea himself and finally defeat the evil shark king and find the great treasure.
"Fish Tales" is an arcade game with excellent graphics and an amazing soundtrack. It can be controlled with keyboard or mouse and especially the mouse control is very tight, so Sunny instantly reacts to your commands. There are more than 50 levels, several power-ups and obstacles and as a bonus there is a relax mode (that turns your monitor into a virtual aquarium).
The game is very colurful and absolutely non-violent and it can be recommended to the whole family without any reservations.
Technical note: The game will try to connect to the homepage of GameTop.com everytime you quit playing.
Scythe : A wonderful game with fantastic variation! It's great for kids and also great for those of us who remember when we were kids. Controls are sublime - this is one of the few games where I can say that good reactions are nice but not a must, because your character reacts instantly. Lots of levels, nicely scaled increasing difficulty, bonus stages ahoy, and levels rarely feel repetitive. Plus, save feature!
Pater Alf : A very nice game about a small fish named Sunny who lives in the ocean and has to eat other fish to grow and become the biggest fish, so he can finally get to the next level. Graphics are very nice and the music is simply great.
There are several levels to be beaten and the game branches at one point, so there are two different endings to be seen. Great game for kids and all those who like non-violent entertainment.
"Karoshi Factory" is the third installment in the popular "Karoshi" series by Jesse Venbrux. This time you have to cooperate with other characters and kill them all at the end of each of the 25 levels.
The game is much more conventional, similar to classic puzzlers like "Lost Vikings" and absurd levels are almost absent this time, so gameplay is rather calm in comparison to its predecessors.
Also some of the levels are no real logic/puzzle... (read more)