Feed and Grow: Fish


Feed and Grow: Fish Review

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'Feed and Grow: Fish' Review

Are you someone who prefers underwater adventures? Escaping the toils of daily life can be achieved through the game Feed and Grow: Fish. In this article, we will look at the concept of the game, graphics, audio settings, gameplay and the overall take on this fishy excursion.


As the name suggests, this game focuses on the “eat or be eaten” attitude. You start out as a small fish named Bibos. You will wander around and find fish to consume while avoiding those that can take you down. The more you eat, the bigger you become. There are different types of fish that you can unlock such as Raptor and the Tiger Shark, all of which are attainable with the coins that you collect. With the recent updates, this game has added a good amount of fish and mollusks to choose from when playing.

Graphics & Audio

For the graphics, this game runs on Direct3D with a minimum of 2GB of VRAM. Steam recommends this to be the minimum running requirements. They recommend a graphics card GTX 970, or better.

In terms of how the game looks, the graphics take on a more 3D appeal. The fish are designed in a realistic capacity, mimicking the realistic movement of fins. Some players think that the graphics are a bit laggy depending on what settings are set at.


The gameplay is relatively fun when first being thrown into the underwater scenery. This game does make you feel as if you are a fish surviving in the ocean. The combination of nice graphics and detail to the lighting and animation adds another element.

Eating the other fish isn’t all that difficult, although copious amounts of clicking are required. Unless you unlock different types of fish, the gameplay itself can get rather boring. This game does have a total of 19 achievements to be earned. There is also no replay value, meaning that the amount of time devoted to eating other fish is limited.

Feed and Grow: Fish is best for those who have a few moments to spare. It is not a game that will be played repeatedly or for a long duration of time. This game is quite entertaining with good graphics, but only when needing to waste time.

You can either play this game on a PC or your mobile device. Playing it on the computer with a mouse is much less hassle. Android users have complained that there are too many ads when played outside of a PC.

Overall, this game has decent graphics with a fun concept. Those wanting to waste a little bit of time can spend a good half an hour eating and be eaten by other fish. It does tend to lag without the proper system requirements. For the best gameplay experience, make sure to play it on a PC with a GTX 970 graphics card or better.


Feed and Grow: Fish is an ideal PC game for those looking to explore the vibrant depths of the sea.


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From the Developers

What follows is the official description of Feed and Grow: Fish, from the developers.

Hunt and eat other fish - simply, grow into larger beasts!

Animal survival game based in the fish world! You start as Bibos the fish and straight away you are ready to dive in to the waters of the mesmerizing world of Feed and Grow.

Growing into more mods and content

With the first release we want to test the basics of multiplayer. Further development will include new fish abilities and passives, new fun content for both single and multiplayer with game mods.

Also, we want to focus on the technical stuff and add new animations, new features, make gameplay smoother and more fun.

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