Bait! Review

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Overal Rating

Ease of Play 100points
Violence & Scariness 0points
Sexy Stuff 0points
Language 0points
Consumerism 20points
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking 0points

Parents need to know that Bait! is an arcade-style virtual reality fishing game for GoogleVR, Daydream VR, and Android platforms. Apart from offering players the chance to use real money ($2.99) to purchase a new fishing area, there’s no inappropriate content to be found.

Not for under 12 Years Old Kids

Parents should also know that digital actuality equipment makers don’t recommend VR experiences for kids under 12 due to the potential impact the technology may have on young players’ physiological development. Read the developer’s privacy policy for details on how your (or your kids’) information is collected, used, and shared and any choices you might have in the matter, and note that privacy policies and terms of service frequently change.
In BAIT!, you’re in a tropical paradise, but you’re not on vacation.

Fishing Begins!

It’s your first week at your new job with the aquarium, and your boss wants you to find a Prehistoric Perch so you may bring it back and, hopefully, save the aquarium. But, being both a novice fisherman and new to the island, you’ll have to not only find where the Prehistoric Perch hangs out, but also work your way through the other fishin’ holes to get there. Which means catching lots of fish!

Like Real Fishing?

Like other cartoony, arcade-style angling video games, Bait! manages to capture the serenity and enjoyment of real fishing, but it makes it a bit more exciting. Using simple touch controls as well as your VR helmet’s directional abilities, you have to cast your rod and then, if a fish bites, use a combination of careful taps and button holds to reel it in. Along with saving the aquarium and your job, your objectives including catching a certain amount of fish and making enough money to buy better equipment, in the expectations of eventually finding and catching the elusive Prehistoric Perch.
Families can talk about screen time. VR is meant to be immersive, but how do you make sure that you take breaks and give yourself time away from the virtual world?

Vr Fishing Game

When using a VR system, why is it important to make sure the area you’re in is free of things you might break or trip over? Why might it also be a good idea to play with a partner?

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