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Legend of the Skyfish

Legend of the Skyfish for PC and MAC

Is a Adventure game developed by Crescent Moon Games located at 488 Charlton Road Ballston Spa, New York 12020. The game is suitable for USK: Ages 6+ (Abstract Violence) and required Android version is 4.4 and up.

How to run this game on PC or MAC

You can run all Android games and applications on your PC or MAC computer. Using a free software called Bluestacks, you don't need to purchase anything but games or applications it self if it isn't free.

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User Reviews
What can I say; I beat it today, and the puzzles triggered me 'till the end. Had a blast. I was pushing for the end and I was not disappointed. Thanks guys, I hope a 2nd Skyfish or maybe a different game from you guys that's similar would definitely earn my business. Thanks for this gem!
Can't play due to lack of controls? It's so beautiful, but it's worthless if you can't even play. I've never had any desire to buy a controller to play Android games, and I certainly wouldn't start now just to play this
Very fun game. Love the artworks and gameplay. The only problem is too short, I just enjoyed it, then the game was finished.
Great game it has a lot of glitches but you can make it to the end but I'm glad I got this game on special for free because even though it's a good game I like games free
The game is great played it before but for some reason it's showing that I have a controller connected to my phone to play it with and I don't. So no touch functions work not sure how to fix it but I'll change my ratting if you can help me play the game I bought
Control feels uncomfortable, consider add d-pad or fixed joystick at least, there's no Achievement or Save Cloud
Could be a good game. Graphics are good and there appears to be a storyline but can't get past the controls. The movement pad is floating: whereas this can be good in other games, this pad floats around the screen as your finger moves on it; so staying in a consistent direction becomes hard. The rod control is also far too sensitive but requires pinpoint accuracy for some enemies. Finally, movable obstacles, due to the floating pad partially but also because of programming,are too unsteady. Pushing one direction often leads to the item veering off to one side making it very difficult to continue.
Great game. Addictive. Was nearly put off by reports of bad control but found the controls great. Game is fun but easy to play.
I'm playing this on my Nvidia Shield TV and while the controller works for the base movements I'm unable to select the settings cog or change any of my items. I'm not sure if this is by design or a bug. I can't even continue past the first few levels because as soon as I get the better pole, every time I try to start a new level, it asks me to select what gear I want to use. I can only give this thing 2 stars until this is fixed.
Developer quickly responded to fixing an issue with the pixel 2 XL. Really enjoyable game and has me hooked... pun intended. The controls are good but could be better, especially with the characters physics. Such as allowing the character to continue moving alongside the edge instead of just stopping - this is quite frustrating when your trying to navigate through a narrow area where timing is key.
The levels are fairly short, but well drawn and amusing... UNFORTUNATELY, controls are NOT EVEN CLOSE to being calibrated probably...had to spam the fishing pole on a couple levels where the "pushable idols" get stuck or go the wrong direction to make them "hop" out of the way or back where they belong... fishing pole moves so fast that I find myself having to stop every time I jump islands.... overall, the biggest downfall is the sloppy controls
Overall game is fun but don't expect to do challenging puzzles. Most of time I was relaxed playing this game. However there are two glitches that I encountered. Well I will be calling them like that. First glitch is about health display - if player had got damage on them and when cutscene is played it disappears. When cutscene ends health appears with different info what was before - showing that player have full health. For exaple if player have only one heart and then cutscens is played, after it like I before it shows full health but actually player only have one heart. Other glitch is Arid Seabed Level 13 - After completing one segment of level and reach first checkpoint but happens you die after reaching first checkpoint then you need to redo all level. It's because you need to backtrack to previous segment but when after dying and had reach first chekpoint previous segments what player did there all is reseted, if you unlocked doors they now locked and you can't pass that level. Unless you redo all level and not die after reaching first checkpoint.
The controls take a bit to get used to, way too easy to over control. Other than that, it's a great game so far. Nice storyline, and good graphics.
Its an amazing game so far. It honestly reminds me of the Legend of Zelda game. The puzzles are well done the only thing i would fix is the walking speed. It's a bit slow for my liking but other than that its an amazing game. Keep up the great work Crescent Moon Games.
Fun game, but it requires a controller. Really. There are no touchscreen controls at all. Works great with my Bluetooth controller in game mode.
I rarely review apps. Others have said it, I'll say it: the controls are jank. You've got a really solid gameplay loop here, reminiscent of the overworld puzzles in Link's Awakening, with some neat aha! moments. Then the whole thing becomes a frustrating slog w/the mushy-pudding-controls. Add sensitivity options to the the Fishing Line and make it snap-to priority objects within a few degrees, and work out d-pad scaling that doesn't cause me to drag my finger off the screen when taking corners.
When you can't assess whether something's a feature or a bug, it's a bug. There are enough here to test your patience. There was no question to me that the random number of remaining life force hearts displayed were unintended -- and frustrating! Controls can be iffy, inexact, and sometimes "slippery". Gameplay can become repetitive/tedious after not too long. It's nice to look at though.
No controls at all after the intro story. I clicked the whale. Then the first level starter and no controls. I tabbed pretty much everywhere. Flipped my screen a few time. If I hit the back button it does give me a menu but not in game controls.
I wanna rate this 5 I can't. There's a severe fps drop in the swampland levels that almost makes the game unplayable and leads to undue difficulty. A solid game with Bluetooth controller support otherwise.
As others have posted, the game has beautiful artwork. Beyond that I can't really tell you anything since the controls simply don't exist. My guess is the controls were not designed for a phone and there's a "minor" bug where the game thinks the phone has an external controller 😆
I just love this game. I'm a massive fan of old school game but the modern "retro" games just aren't until Skyfish. If you ever played zeldas awakening on ninetendo ds and couldn't get enough try this. I only been playing a week but I can't stop nipping online and doing another level. Just try it. Tell its not good. Developer you have restored my faith in mobile gaming, many thanks 😃
Good game, but I think I found a bug. I'm at Western level 10, and the heart meter sometimes looks like it's been refilled but its not.
Funny gameplay, simple but effective, with perfect balance within combat and easy puzzles. Nice visuals and art style. Control feels a bit weird but game is perfectly enjoyable despite that.
The game itself seems promising at first and is even enjoyable, but you quickly realize that you are in for a long, tedious ride. The progression of the game lacks depth, and upon reaching the second world, I was already sick of doing the same thing over and over... only to realize that the levels in world 2 are twice as long and tedious. Still in world 2, don't know if I'll ever make it out...
Nice little adventure game with puzzles. The controls can be a little loosy goosey tricky but I havent felt cheated by a death yet. You basically have a grappling hook for getting places and for pulling things (including enemies) and then you have a sword for hitting them. Zelda-Lite almost. Recommend but only to people who have played games before.
Great game. I don't have a problem with this being free for a limited time, but I wished paying customers got some sort of bonus or something
Love the game. But an update with minor bug fixes that requires many new permissions? Please explain. Would also be great if Google play game scores would be added.
I wasn't able to play at all as there were NO controls. No option to change controls, and no gestures, tapping, clicking, or anything would cause any reaction. Would love to see what this game has to offer though... --- edit: after the controls were fixed, it's a nice little puzzler
Original, The gameplay is so much fun, the special ability to fish any enemies and for go through stages is so challenging, graphic is beautiful, the story is good enough, but if you more like RPG games maybe this is not for you, the gameplay is more like puzzle game.
Action adventure combined with strategy or puzzle-strategy is my favorite genre and for those who share this passion they all know WE ARE STARVING for games on Android. This is another winner!!
Though not for me, I still recommend this game for kids! The gameplay is uniquely unconventional & the graphics are beautifully conceived. Still, it feels half baked, but has potential.
Started the game and title screen tells me to press a button to continue, game starts and the options menu says press 'Y' to access them. Go into them and couldn't get out without selecting Cinematics or Credits. Start the first level and nothing. No amount of tapping, dragging my fingers or pressing the screen would move my character.
Not sure how the controls were before (seen everyone's complaints), but now they're good. Had not issues with it. The puzzle game is well crafted and fun, it could have had some more unlockables or secrets though.
A monkey could solve these puzzles. I expected something more like a 2d Zelda with exploration and dungeons. Instead it's a bunch of linear levels that have puzzles so pathetically easy I'm not even sure "puzzles" is a fitting word to describe them.
This is a solid game. I think you have to reach the 2nd set of islands before the challenge kicks in but its worth a play through.
This game has an interesting concept and great art. But tge controlls are just killing it for me. I stopped playing after level 3 because of it. Gonna download it again in a month or so to see it has had any improvements. I hope there will be an option to lock the joysticks since I personally swipe quite far away from the joypad to have better accuracy however since the joystick follows my finger it is really hard to move accurate.
Having played through the first ten levels, I can honestly say this game presents itself extremely well, and each level is a joy to explore and solve. However, as many have said, the controls are clunky and it is difficult to pull off what you want to do with ease. With how the levels are laid out, a little targeting forgiveness with the hook would be very welcome, as well as an indicator for where enemies will land once hooked. Not only that, but the option for a static analog pad (as opposed to one which centers itself where your thumb is planted) is something I personally prefer. I've taken damage several times because Red Hook wasn't moving the way I expected her to. Speaking of movement, Red Hook does not need to be allowed to slide so freely while pushing statues; a temporary dead zone perpendicular to the push direction would ameliorate this. Though I complain about the controls, don't let them deter you from purchasing this game. I got it for free, and I wish I had paid money.
Totally unplayable due to no way to control the game. Numerous other reviews state the same problem, but there has been no response from the devs. As far as I know this could be a dead game.
I gotta say... It's difficult for a mobile game to hooked me... This one got me hooked (literally) throughout the first world... Now I'm the second one... I got tired... Repetition comes faster. Nevertheless good game. Props to the devs.
Seemed fun at first, despite the on-screen controls feeling like such a poor fit. Then the game started getting tedious, then frustrating, then I uninstalled it.
The controller and the game is quite fluid, you just need patience and have a bit of dexterity to time your movements to get through a door while arrows are shooting right through it. Maybe I expect to much but it get repetitive after the forth stage lol. The story of this game is kinda counter-productive because I believe the Sky fish is actually a symbol of good by telling us not to over fish. Destroying the wooden statue is symbolized abolishing regulations? Maybe I overthink things lol. I should take my time and play one stage a day to keep the challenge fresh. Cheerios
This is a very beautiful game (reminiscent of Song of the Sea) that is unfortunately let down by feeling sluggish (it's for an older version of Android but the loading, animations, and walk screen all conspire to make it feel extra 'slow') as well as feeling patronizing easy. I recognize that this might be to allow young players to play without feeling frustrated but the difficulty level and repetitivenes makes for a dull game for non-children.
Got it for free on sale. Absolutely loved the game. It's not too hard, but not too easy as well, with interesting mechanics. The controls are a bit wanky, but nothing unbearable.
The controls were not great. I had trouble aiming the fishing pole. It could also use a difficulty setting so casual gamers could get further.
Awesome game. Good graphics, music and gameplay. The controls aren't that bad but they need some improvements. I recommend this game.
game is superb but RIP controls. don't know why I get stuck while I have to move quickly from arrows. please update game yo soft the controls or else uninstalling.
A bit too easy and the whale doesn't do anything but still good game to recommend to beginners. Don't why play store says it has in app purchases when it doesn't.
Nice little time waster but desperately needs a way to adjust the sensitivity of the controls as they are way too sensitive.
Consider making it on steam pls. Awesome game. Good graphics, music and gameplay. The controls aren't that bad but they need some improvements. I recommend this game.