This indie fishing simulator has a spooky twist that even wimps can enjoy. To start, the gameplay itself is super chill. You just cast your line into a peaceful lake, wait for a bite, and reel in your catch. No jump scares, or creepy monsters are popping out at you. The eerie vibe comes from strange things around you, like glimpses of shadows moving in the woods or odd noises in the distance. But nothing threatens or harms you.
The game has different lakes you can fish in, each with peculiar quirks. One lake has remnants of an abandoned campsite that make you wonder what happened to the campers. Another has old tunnels and mineshafts along the shoreline that look like they were hastily boarded up. The mysteries build a spooky atmosphere but never force you into scary situations.
The Chilling Atmosphere Will Keep You on Edge
- The setting is an isolated lake cabin in the woods at night. The dark, gloomy graphics and ominous soundtrack set the mood. Every creak and rustle puts you on alert.
- Strange things start happening that you can’t quite explain. Doors open and close on their own. Weird shadows pass by the windows. Your equipment acts up for no reason. The tension builds slowly until you’re a nervous wreck.
- The open-ended gameplay means mysteries remain even after you finish. What were those shadows outside? Do other cabins experience the same strange events? The unknown aspects keep you pondering for days.
The Puzzles Add Suspense Without Too Much Stress
- The puzzles in This Fishing Sim are designed to add suspense without causing too much anxiety for players.
- They are finding patterns and codes to open combination locks. The codes are hinted at through messages and symbols in the environment.
- Locating keys that unlock doors and gates blocking your path. The keys are hidden in plain sight, often in unexpected places.
- Re-routing power or fixing machinery to access new parts of the level. Follow pipes and wires to restore electricity flow.
- Figuring out how to activate levers or buttons to open a secret door. Look for numbered markings or other indicators to determine the proper sequence.