This game, along with Blobfish Game #2, was made with Tynker, a free and easy game creator. This one is about some blobfish being caught up in a trawling net, so your blobfish has to escape it. This took about 3 weeks to create, having 2 hours per week. This game, and this website, were all made in an effort to save the blobfish. The beginning story is the real motivator to save the blobfish; a group of blobfish being caught up in a trawling net. That should also get another message across: be careful when you fish. You never know when you'll accidentally catch an endangered species.
This one I created too. The idea is to eat as many good fish as you can - while not being eaten yourself. There are also powerups. The three powerups are: stingray, which allows you to zap the entire screen with electricity; multi-blobfish, where you shoot miniature blobfish at enemies; and pufferfish, which gives you spikes. My word of advice: don't do hard as your first difficulty. It goes faster that you can say "blobfish." This game is much better than the first one. That may be because I had around 5 weeks to work on it, with 2 hours a week. Anyway, have fun!
I created my games using Tynker. Tynker is a very simple drag-and-drop coding platform, and there is virtually no limit to the games that you can create. Go to Tynker.com to learn more about this fabulous platform.