Big Game Fishing is a simulation game released in 1991 by Simulmondo. The game was released for Amiga, Atari ST, C64 and PC (DOS) .
Our task is to fish in a special boat away from the coast. But this is not ordinary fishing - you need to catch a certain number and types of fish. Exactly what the "employers" ordered at the beginning of each day. You'll get paid for it.
Strategic thinking in the game is equally important. Before each trip, you need to examine the navigation map of the future route, calculate the approximate course, find out about the upcoming weather and get to know the places that are considered the most "fishy". Fortunately, you can go to the map directly while swimming - and if you suddenly forget something, or something bad happens (for example, a sudden storm) - you can send an "SOS" signal.
The most difficult part of the game is direct control of the boat (first-person view in this mode). It is necessary to simultaneously monitor the course of the boat and control the rod.
Big Game Fishing is one of the first games about sport fishing. A game definitely for fans of this kind of entertainment.