Rule With An Iron Fish Is A Game Of Pirate Recruitment & Peaceful Monster Fishing

By Joel Couture . August 26, 2017 . 11:00am

Rule with an Iron Fish will have players making pirate friendships while wiling the afternoon away fishing for monstrous sea life, doing so in some outlandish locales.

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Players interested in fishing for bizarre creatures can focus on this element, casting their rod out to capture one of the one-hundred-and-eight kinds of sea life that await in the various seas. Seeing as the player can fish in an active volcano, in the void of space, or in the clouds in the sky, they will be catching lots of strange creatures that are indigenous to those locations.

As players catch more bizarre creatures, they’ll accrue money that can be used to buy upgrades to their fishing equipment to be able to capture larger, more stubborn creatures. They can also sink some funding into their island home, buying restaurants, farms, and other buildings to build up the sparse location. As they do this, they will bring in pirate allies that the player can talk to, giving them a crew of silly seafarers to talk to when fishing is slow.

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While pirate allies can be useful, players may be more interested in cute pirate pets, which the player can also have hanging around their island home.

Players looking to see what they can catch in a black hole can get Rule with an Iron Fish on Steam, the App Store, and Google Play.


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