Feeding Frenzy

Feeding Frenzy

You are a colorful angelfish that needs to eat smaller fishes to grow up

Feeding Frenzy (or Feeding Frenzy Deluxe) is a shareware arcade game for Windows. In this game, we take the role of a virtual fish named Andy who lives in the blue sea, near the rocks. Andy is a colorful angelfish that needs to eat smaller fishes to grow up; likewise, we get points, bonuses, and pass on to next levels.

However, life is not as simple as that. In fact, we will have to face increasingly harder times with more enemies appearing on the screen. We must be alert and move quickly out of their way. The game becomes more and more interesting (and difficult) as we grow bigger and get to eat our old enemies.

There are two game modes: a normal mode and a more difficult one that includes a timer. We can play over 80 levels in total. As we play along, we can view the different types of fish that form part of our eating plan, our score, ability, and playing level. We can try this game out for free by playing its trial version for 60 minutes. Feeding Frenzy runs under Windows Vista, XP, ME, 2000, and 98 operating systems. There is also a version for Mac users available.

Review summary


  • Smart GUI
  • Nice water sound
  • Fun
  • Free trial


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