If you want to photograph fish, you’ll need patience. Or – in the case of “Foto Fish” – a cardboard aquarium. There’s no wild chaotic swimming around here, all the fish stay where they are. You still need to have a good eye, as the dice determine which fish (one, two, more or even none) must be captured in the photo frame. The quickest photographer receives the best reward but the slowest also gets something too. Round by round, players can calmly move the photo frame through the colourful undersea world resulting in keen and enthusiastic searching. A quickly-explained underwater photo safari with smart and exciting variants.
Children get a good sense of enjoyment from “Foto Fish” on many levels. They have to be quick but there’s no punishment for being slow, you just get a smaller reward. This causes less frustration so that children can fully immerse themselves in the cardboard aquarium and from the first to the last minute they can concentrate fully on finding the right fish. And if you want more of a challenge, “Foto Fish” has some surprising, well-thought through and child-appropriate variants, which can give younger children a chance against older children. This is the full package.