Tropical Fish

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Tropical Fish
Game Information
Release date: July 1985
Character: Unnamed
Range: New Wide-Screen

Tropical Fish was one of many Game & Watch units released in the series' lifetime. It is part of the New Wide-Screen range, with product number TF-104. Like other Game & Watch games, this game has two difficulty settings: Game A and Game B.


In Tropical Fish, there are several fish in a fish bowl on one side of the screen. Over time, fish will jump out of this tank. The unnamed man that the player controls must catch these fish in his fish bowl, and then transport that fish to the fish bowl on the other side of the screen. If a fish hits the floor after jumping out of its tank, a life will be lost. If three lives are lost, a Game Over will be incurred.

References in other games[edit]

In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Mr. Game & Watch's neutral air involves him holding the fish bowl from this game above his head, where two fish will then jump out. This attack is one of the most highly damaging neutral airs in the game.

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