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{{Infobox game
| name = King Fishing
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|name = King Fishing
| image = Image:kingfishing-pnp-title.jpg
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|image = File:kingfishing-pnp-title.jpg
| imagewidth = 250px
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|imagewidth = 250px
 
|caption = Title screen (Excalibur version).
| hackof =
 
 
|publisher = Apollo, Excalibur Electronics, Tsukuda, others?
| caption = Title screen (Excalibur version).
 
 
|developer = [[Hummer Team|Hummer Technology]]
| publisher = Apollo, Excalibur Electronics, Tsukuda, others?
 
 
|console = Plug n' Play (Famicom)
| developer = [[Hummer Team|Hummer Technology]]
 
| originalby =
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|date = 2000-2001
 
|alt = ''King Fishing Live'' (Excalibur)<br>''Tzar Fishing'' (Russia)
| cartid =
 
| console = Plug and play (Famicom)
 
| date = 2000-2001
 
| price =
 
| engine =
 
| sound =
 
| alt = King Fishing Live (Excalibur), Tzar Fishing (Russia)
 
 
}}
 
}}
'''''King Fishing''''' is a bass fishing simulation developed by [[Hummer Team|Hummer Technology]] in the early 2000s. It was exclusively released on a plug and play system that got marketed in various countries around the world by various publishers. The version released by Excalibur explicitely credits a company named ''Silicon Pyramid''.
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'''''King Fishing''''' is a bass fishing simulator developed by [[Hummer Team|Hummer Technology]] in the early 2000s. It was exclusively released on a Plug n' Play system that was marketed in various countries around the world by various publishers. The version released by Excalibur explicitly credits a company named ''Silicon Pyramid''.
   
==Trivia==
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==Overview==
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The game offers three different modes to the player: ''Tournament'', ''Practice'' and ''King Fish''. In the last mode, the player picks a region and a timeframe: morning, noon or evening. When a game starts, the player has to choose one of the five baits available. Before throwing the line, the player can move left or right on the surrounding area. Once the line is thrown, the screen switches to an underwater view. The player can slowly move the bait around in an attempt to catch a bass. When one takes the bait, the player has to rapidly turn the lever on the fishing rod console to bring it out of the water.
* This plug and play was sighted in Japan (Tsukuda), Russia (?) and the United States (Apollo, Excalibur Electronics).
 
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* The game seem to have been reprogrammed slightly between the Apollo and Silicon Application releases. At this time it is unclear as to which came first.
 
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== Version Differences ==
** The Apollo version has turtles swimming by as well.
 
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Apollo Version:
** The HUD arrangement is different
 
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*Turtles swim by.
** The playfield is one tile larger in height.
 
 
*The HUD arrangement is different.
** There are no copyright line on the title screen.
 
 
*The playfield is one tile taller.
** Some of the graphics are slightly different. Notably the fisherman lacks a hat, which made him look like Terry Bogard of ''Fatal Fury''.
 
 
*There's no copyright line on the title screen.
* The game's art style is extremly similar to [[Titenic]].
 
 
*Some of the graphics are slightly different. Notably, the fisherman wears a hat in the Apollo version which makes him look like Terry Bogard of ''Fatal Fury ''and ''King of Fighters'' fame.
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*The frames for each region were completely redrawn.
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== Trivia ==
 
*This Plug n' Play was seen in Japan (Tsukuda), Russia (?), and the United States (Apollo, Excalibur Electronics).
 
*''King Fishing'' seems to have been reprogrammed slightly between the Apollo and Silicon Application releases. At this time it is unclear as to which came first.
 
*The game's art style is extremely similar to ''[[Titenic]]'s''.
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[[Category:Games]]
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[[Category:Simulator games]]
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[[Category:2000 video games]]
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[[Category:2001 video games]]

Latest revision as of 08:30, 17 March 2020

King Fishing
Kingfishing-pnp-title.jpg
Title screen (Excalibur version).
Publisher Apollo, Excalibur Electronics, Tsukuda, others?
Developer Hummer Technology
Console Plug n' Play (Famicom)
Date 2000-2001
Alternate names/hacks King Fishing Live (Excalibur)
Tzar Fishing (Russia)

King Fishing is a bass fishing simulator developed by Hummer Technology in the early 2000s. It was exclusively released on a Plug n' Play system that was marketed in various countries around the world by various publishers. The version released by Excalibur explicitly credits a company named Silicon Pyramid.

Overview[]

The game offers three different modes to the player: Tournament, Practice and King Fish. In the last mode, the player picks a region and a timeframe: morning, noon or evening. When a game starts, the player has to choose one of the five baits available. Before throwing the line, the player can move left or right on the surrounding area. Once the line is thrown, the screen switches to an underwater view. The player can slowly move the bait around in an attempt to catch a bass. When one takes the bait, the player has to rapidly turn the lever on the fishing rod console to bring it out of the water.

Version Differences[]

Apollo Version:

  • Turtles swim by.
  • The HUD arrangement is different.
  • The playfield is one tile taller.
  • There's no copyright line on the title screen.
  • Some of the graphics are slightly different. Notably, the fisherman wears a hat in the Apollo version which makes him look like Terry Bogard of Fatal Fury and King of Fighters fame.
  • The frames for each region were completely redrawn.

Trivia[]

  • This Plug n' Play was seen in Japan (Tsukuda), Russia (?), and the United States (Apollo, Excalibur Electronics).
  • King Fishing seems to have been reprogrammed slightly between the Apollo and Silicon Application releases. At this time it is unclear as to which came first.
  • The game's art style is extremely similar to Titenic's.