These Minisylvester have been domesticated and are readily available to buyers who are fortunate and wealthy enough to encounter and purchase one. A rare and expensive "fish" but, unlike aliens of the other tanks, it will not eat or attack its tank mates. After about a week, it will mature into the big fully grown Sylvester, just like the aggressive ones Tanks 1 and 2 only passive. A Minisylvester costs 15,000 shells for a normal one and drops spiral shells worth 10 shells a piece. They sell for 7,500 shells after 24 hours and 22,500 shells after growing. A fully grown Sylvester drops the coveted Bag-O-Shells worth 20 shells. They almost pay for themselves after maturing.
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Insaniquarium is a 2001 virtual pets simulator video game developed by Flying Bear Entertainment and published by PopCap Games. Before PopCap Games's involvement, the game was a web-based Java game released in 2001. The game was made downloadable by PopCap Games in 2004 and was ported to mobile devices in 2006 and 2008 by Glu Mobile and Astraware respectively. Insaniquarium has the player maintain a tank full of fish while protecting it from alien attacks.
Insaniquarium is a virtual pets simulator with a blend of elements from action, strategy, and puzzle video games. In the game, the player must manage a tank of guppies and other aquatic creatures, and each stage begins with two guppies in the tank. Guppies and other fish drop coins, which can be collected by the player and used to purchase fish food and upgrades, such as more aquatic creatures, food that can keep the fish full for a longer period of time, and laser upgrades to repel attackers. The coins will disappear if they reach the bottom of the tank. Each creature must be kept alive by feeding. The method of feeding depends on the type of fish to be fed. For example, guppies eat fish food bought by the player, and carnivores eat little guppies. In addition to feeding the fish, the player must protect them from aliens that periodically enter the tank and attempt to eat them. The aliens must be clicked on repeatedly with the mouse pointer in order to defeat them.
Insaniquarium can be played in four modes: Adventure, Time Trial, Challenge, or Virtual Tank. In Adventure mode, a player advances through four tanks, each with five levels. In each level, the player must earn enough money to buy three egg pieces to advance to the next level. During an initial playthrough of Adventure mode, at the end of each level of a tank, the player receives a new pet from the egg. While 28 pets can be earned throughout Adventure mode, each level requires the player to pick three pets. Each pet can aid the player during gameplay. There are bonus rounds where the player can collect shells, which can be spent to place fish in the Virtual Tank.
After a tank is completed in Adventure mode, it will be unlocked in Time Trial mode. Time Trial mode restricts the player to completing the first tank in five minutes and in ten minutes for the three subsequent tanks. The purpose of each level is to collect as much money before the time runs out. Challenge mode is unlocked after Adventure mode is completed, and there are four levels that are unlocked in subsequent order. The player has to fight increasingly difficult waves of aliens while taking care of the fishes and unlocking the pieces to the egg. Both modes award the player with shells. The Virtual Tank is the player's personal aquarium where their fish is maintained. The tank can be used as a screensaver.
Fan's main purpose with creating Insaniquarium was to develop a video game to enter into the Independent Games Festival, having decided to do so along with Henderson after seeing the independent games in Game Developers Conference 2001 (GDC 2001). Fan's idea "was to create a game that's easy to get into, yet unfolds into something much deeper." The first prototype simply featured clicking on the fish to feed them when necessary. Fan decided to add more depth to Insaniquarium due to his inspiration from an unknown Java game, which let the player buy upgrades with accumulated resources. He entered Insaniquarium into the festival in 2002. The prototype submitted took a month to create.
Insaniquarium also received positive appraisal. Jay Bibby of Jay is Games called Insaniquarium "cute, strange and addictive". PCMag's Carol Mangnis stated that Insaniquarium "takes the joy and anxiety of maintaining an aquarium and turns [it] into a supercharged Tamagotchi-like experience." Retrospectively, Jordan Devore from Destructoid felt that Insaniquarium had aged well. Jody Macgregor of PC Gamer listed Insaniquarium on his list of best underwater games. He said "Insaniquarium takes the inane pleasantness of owning a fish tank and video gamifies the hell out of it."
You begin by feeding fish to keep them alive, and collect the coinage they drop to buy eggs that complete each level. The eggs buy you upgraded fish that help you in your quest. It all seems realtively believable until the aliens arrive, the equivalent to Godzilla in the classic SimCity. Crazy fun.
If you enjoy the online version, the downloadable deluxe version offers 20 all new levels, and 4 different game types: Adventure, Timed, Challenge, and Virtual Tank! You can even name your fish in a custom tank, and create screen savers, too.
Just have to say I went out and ordered Insaniquarium (found it on amazon) after beating the one online. And it has way more alians and more ways to play it. I am very happy with it :D The bad thing is that I have started to wish my real fish produced coins :)
If you are talking about the alien that looks like a giant baby, you kill it by feeding it. It will eat the food pellets you drop (any any nearby fish if you aren't careful and/or lucky) and eventually it will explode. I love this game, and play it all the time. I'm Soooo addicted...They have lots of other games on the website too that are loads of fun, and most can be played online for free.
Before PopCap changed there WebSite look, the most talked about game within PopCap Newsletters was Insani.. Jeez, I remember when Bookworm first came out..lol:p Insani., fun game. I spent many a long night with the fishys then. :D
All of my fish have dissappeared from my virtual tank. Everything else in the game is the same: the levels I had reached, the shells I had accumulated, the sliver throphy I had won. Does anyone know what happened to my fish?
Never have Zorf, unless you're on the Time Trial. Never have Niko either. You don't really need Clyde if you have a fast hand. Wadsworth is probably the best pet you could have. Don't bother with Vert. You have enough fish giving you money anyway.Meryl is okay, but she can hurt your hand from collecting all those coins and treasure. Stinky is FAR TOO SLOW for catching money. Prego gives you fish for FREE! She's a good pet. But if you have a carnivore, buy a guppy. Prego is a bit slow when it comes to giving birth.Itchy and Rufus are pretty good too. They can ATTACK!
Itchy: The greenish-purple swordfish.Stinky: The green and brown snail.Niko: The bluish-grey oyster.Prego: The weird looking guppy with LIPS.Zorf: The green and purple seahorse.Wadsworth: The blue and yellow whale.Meryl: The purple haired, green tailed mermaid.Rufus: The red clawed crab.Vert: The fishbone.Clyde: The grumpy-looking jellyfish.
to kill the psycho octopus alien... shoot him as many times as you can while he is red and dont shoot him while he is blue. if you shoot him while he is blue, he gains back his health. it says that at the bottom of the game screen when the psycho octopus turns blue. you can monitor his health if you have the white beluga whale named Blip in your tank at the same time... oh and while he is blue, he sometimes tries to slowly come closer to your fishes and immediately eat them as soon as he turns back to red. to prevent him from getting closer to your fishes, just shoot in front of him once or twice so that he'll turn around and go to the opposite direction from your fish.
I have killed The Final Boss 10 times now, leaving only 1 or 2 pets alive (how DO ppl get them all?!!)This is killing my old body and brain! When do I find out what "plans" are in store for Angie, the little Jesus fish???Huh???Please???
type in the following words in on any screen and type agin to disable it...zombie-makes all fish "look" deadspace-backround turns to spacevoid- backround turns whitesupermegaultra-makes pregos birth noise change (its funny)wavy-tank backround turns wavy
I heard there was a cheat for insaniquarium that by downloading something and then holding down the space bar you don't have to click the coins just wave your mouse over them... anyone know what that is about? 2b1af7f3a8