First Mode: Deathmatch
Do I Hunt the Mahi Mahi’s? What Level?
DO NOT hunt the Mahi Mahis at level 10 or below. They will kill you if your under lvl 10.
Deathmatch is the fun mode because you can grow as big as the entire map, and more! The screen will shake and it will get super laggy if your level 500 or more. And keep in mind that other fish will try to hunt you more in this mode. I was a level 11 Bibos really far in the shallows when a mahi mahi attacked me.
Also, Deathmatch will not save your coins. Don’t get a crazy amount of coins and expect the game to save your progress. Your progress won’t be lost achievement-wise.
Second Mode: Survival
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Survival is easy. Its not as fun as Deathmatch, because everybody knows now that Deathmatch has the unfair advantage that allows you to grow as big as you please, survival is what I like to imagine as the beginner’s mode. You start as a reef fish, but whats this? “I’M AN EGG?” You exclaim, TIME SLOWS AND THE FIERY DEVICE GLOWS WITH EVILNESS…
No, just kidding. But the answer to the first part was, of course you’re and egg, its survival! The computer even tells you this–press space until you hatch. When you hatch, you are a very stupid-looking ‘fry’ that is in need of food. Just go for starfish and barnicles, preferably starfish-they give you more exp than barnicles. Sense you’re a reef fish, you only have 3 stages until adulthood awaits. When you do reach adulthood, to earn orange coin thingies you need to breed and have babies. Sounds weird, right? It gets weirder. You have to now go and find another fish the same as you. Hit ‘Q’ to breed with your mate. After you get five babies, you can lay them. REMEMBER TO LAY THEM IN A SAFE PLACE WITH NO PREDATORS OF ANY KIND INCLUDING CRABS, OR ELSE THEY WILL EAT THEM. After you gave birth to ugly little things that you are forced to call children, you must feed them until they grow up. After they ALL grow up, you now have coins! Now repeat that process until you have around 300 or 400 coins. And here is a weird fact; you CAN BREED WITH YOUR BABIES. Didn’t I just say it would get weirder? Yes, indeed I did. It helps, I guess. Just be thankful you don’t have to look for another mate that isn’t already related to you.
Also, Survivor Mode does save your coins. So, go out there and get as much as you want.
I know this is really long, but if you want to know the facts just push through it. Also, when you have enough, go be a cuttlefish or a Mahi Mahi. Those are strong predators and are very useful.
Third Mode: Crab Madness
Remember that fun time playing as a Bibos and you and your gang were having a great time hunting crabs? Well, think about the crabs’ perspective. Wouldn’t it be impossible to live as a crab when every fish there is your enemy? Sharks, Bibos, and all those other predators will hunt you at there time and place of their choosing.
I haven’t played Crab Madness because its really buggy, but it seems cool. I would recommend if you were totally into challenges that included difficulty surviving as a poor helpless crab.
Well no, it isn’t.
There is just another thing I need to talk about… that is the fact that the’re mods!
YEP, there isn’t enough to love about this game.
Mods are things that improve things about a game. There are probably dozens I might leave out of this guide, but I want to talk about this one mod I found out about from a YouTuber I watch, TheGamingBeaver.
The Be-Anything-You-Want Mod
I don’t recommend mode to anyone that hates lag. It seems fun, and if you want to play it go ahead. Its helpful for anyone that likes or wants to play with friends, though!
- Scrap Mechanic How to Enable Mods in Survival (Install and Turn On)
- The Fishing Club 3D: Bait Crafting Guide
- The Scroll Of Taiwu: English Mods Collection
- The Beast Inside: Save File Guide
- Alchemy Story: Garden Guide