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FishWorld is a simple and amusing point and click Java applet game.

Fishes come from both sides of the screen. The goal of the game is to let no fish through to the other side. You get points for every fish you kill (left click). The more points you get, the faster the game will be. So it becomes more difficult the longer you play. You have three sticks of dynamite you can use to kill all fishes currently on the screen (right click). Use it wisely. When you achieve a highscore, the score is saved but only as long as the applet is loaded.

You can download the latest version of FishWorld here: fishworld-1.2.tar.gz
Read the ChangeLog file to see what was changed since the last version.

FishWorld is written as a Java applet. To run it just load the file fishworld.html into a Java enabled browser or run it via an applet viewer. Or just play it now.

FishWorld is free software. The source code and all graphics are Copyright (c) 2001, 2002 by Stephan Uhlmann and are published under the GNU General Public License. See the file COPYING for the full license text.

Now there is also an online documentation of the source code.

No animals were harmed during the creation of this game. I do not advocate killing real life fishes. Far from it: I urge you to let animals live. Please visit the website of the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.

If you have problems running FishWorld or have any suggestions, just contact me.

Have fun,


Copylight (cc) 2001-2006 Stephan Uhlmann. Last change: 2004-12-13
Verbatim copying and distribution are permitted, provided this notice is preserved.