Cat Goes Fishing Gameplay Videos - Part 2 If you haven't seen Part 1, be sure to check it out, and we'll keep going. Cat Goes Fishing Gameplay - Part 2. 1.HAMMERHEAD SHARK and LUXURY BOAT 2. WE CAUGHT THE MAW Whale Shark 3.NIGHT FISHING for the NOCTIS 4.Catching DEEP WATER CAVE FISH 5.MYSTERIOUS $1,000,000 Fish Continue Reading Cat Goes Fishing Gameplay Videos - Part 1 The best Cat Goes Fishing gameplay videos from Blits channel for beginners. I made my first video article. Better to see something once than to hear about it a thousand times. So enjoy watching. 1. Catching HUGE Fish! 2. We BOUGHT A BOAT! 3. Catching GIANT SHARKS! 4. CATCHING the ILLUSIVE Angler Fish! 5. CATCHING a HUGE SWORDFISH and GIANT SHARKS! Continue Reading Gat Goes Fishing: Full Fish List If you want to be a pro in Gat Goes Fishing, you need to become familiar with all fish types and catch them all. Without this information, the game will be long and painful. Each of the fish has its habitat, a different kind of bait and various fishing features.  We've collected the complete list of fish from Gat Goes Fishing with pictures and overview.   Cuddlefish The peculiarities of this fish: Small, Medium, or Large Bait(unless using Baitguard) Worth, $: 50 Swooper The peculiarities of this fish: Small, Medium, or Large Bait(unless using Baitguard) Worth, $: 200 Kingfish The peculiarities of this fish: Small, Medium, or Large Bait(unless using Baitguard) Worth, $: 350 Roundfin The peculiarities of this fish: Small, Medium, or Large Bait(unless using Baitguard) Worth, $: 400 Gallina The peculiarities of this fish: Small, Medium, or Large Bait(unless using Baitguard)  Worth, $: 900 Tangfin The peculiarities of this fish: Small, Medium, or Large Bait(unless using Baitguard) Worth, $: 3,200 Bulbfish The peculiarities of this fish: Small, Medium, or Large Bait(unless using Baitguard) Catching the Bulbfish will unlock the Lightbulb Lure. Worth, $: 4,200 Skitter The peculiarities of this fish: Small, Medium, or Large Bait(unless using Baitguard) Worth, $: 2,000 Red Skitter The peculiarities of this fish: Small, Medium, or Large Bait(unless using Baitguard) Worth, $: 8,000 Tetra The peculiarities of this fish: Small, Medium, or Large Bait(unless using Baitguard) Worth, $: 1,600 Trillow The peculiarities of this fish: Small, Medium, or Large Bait (unless using Baitguard) Worth, $: 3,200 Clownfish The peculiarities of this fish: Small, Medium, or Large Bait (unless using Baitguard) It may be possible to fish the Clownfish into extiction, fish with caution. Worth, $: 40,000 Mustardfish The peculiarities of this fish: Medium or Large Bait Worth, $: 450 Grumper The peculiarities of this fish: Medium or Large Bait Worth, $:800 Queenfish The peculiarities of this fish: Medium or Large Bait. Catching a Queenfish will cause the Kingfish that were following it to follow your boat. Worth, $: 2,500 Gawker The peculiarities of this fish: Medium or Large Bait Worth, $: 3,800 Sibilfin The peculiarities of this fish: Medium or Large Bait Worth, $: 2,800 Beakfish The peculiarities of this fish: Medium or Large Bait Worth, $: 2,400 Lumina The peculiarities of this fish: Medium or Large Bait Worth, $: 5,800 Garump The peculiarities of this fish: Medium or Large Bait Worth, $: 1,400 Leofish The peculiarities of this fish: Medium or Large Bait Worth, $: 1,800 Spallow The peculiarities of this fish: Medium or Large Bait Worth, $: 3,000 Snoutfish The peculiarities of this fish: Medium or Large Bait The Snoutfish can be seen "attached" to the side of large fish such as the Cowfish, Seraph, Turgeon, Catfin, and likely others. If the large fish is caught, the Snoutfish will follow the boat.0 Worth, $: 6,400 Bullfish The peculiarities of this fish: Medium or Large Bait Worth, $: 2,800 Curby The peculiarities of this fish: Medium or Large Bait Worth, $: 5,600 Cowfish The peculiarities of this fish: Large Bait Worth, $: 2,500 Seraph The peculiarities of this fish: Large Bait Worth, $: 3,500 Turgeon The peculiarities of this fish: Large Bait. If the Sibilfin that the Turgeon is chasing is caught the Turgeon with sit motionless in one spot. Worth, $: 7,200 Brimble The peculiarities of this fish: Large Bait Worth, $: 4,500 Georgian The peculiarities of this fish: Large Bait Worth, $: 6,500 Felish The peculiarities of this fish: Large Bait Worth, $: 8,500 Anglerfish The peculiarities of this fish: Large Bait Worth, $: 12,000 Catfin The peculiarities of this fish: Large Bait Worth, $: 5,500 Trumble The peculiarities of this fish: Large Bait Worth, $: 6,800 Bagu The peculiarities of this fish: Large Bait Worth, $: 5,200 Torby The peculiarities of this fish: Large Bait There are only two Torby's in the game, if both are caught before they can respawn they will become extict and be lost forever. Worth, $: 100,000 Bonefish The peculiarities of this fish: Large Bait Must be woken up with a bomb before they can be hooked. You have to lure another fish towards the sleeping Bonefish and have it detonate the bomb or use the Detonator. Worth, $: 14,000 Shark The peculiarities of this fish: Large Bait, Huge Hook, and Live Bait Before hooking the Shark you must first hook a medium sized fish and have the Shark bite that. The medium fish does not have to be alive in order for the Shark to bite it, it can be nothing but a skeleton. Worth, $: 16,000 Maw The peculiarities of this fish: Large Bait and Huge Hook Worth, $: 50,000 Moga The peculiarities of this fish: Large Bait and Huge Hook Worth, $: 32,000 Tiger Shark The peculiarities of this fish: Large Bait and Huge Hook Worth, $: 24,000 Great Thanks Steam Community for pictures.  Continue Reading Cat Goes Fishing Steam Installation Guide Cat Goes Fishing is available for PC only, and Steam online store is its official distributor. Downloading and installing the game takes no more than 10 minutes. In our guide we made a step-by-step instruction for you to make the whole process quick and easy. Try our Cat Goes Fishing Steam Installation Guide. Downloading the Game From Steam To download Cat Goes Fishing from Steam you need to have Steam a application installed on your PC. You also need to attach a credit card or a Paypal account as Cat Goes Fishing is a paid game with the current price of $6.99. The latest version of the Steam app can be downloaded from Steam homepage. After you’ve installed Steam app, log in to your Steam account or create a new one. Be careful when choosing the account you want to tie the game to. Once you’ve tied Cat Goes Fishing to a particular account, it’s impossible to switch it to a different one. To find Cat Goes Fishing tied to your account, open Steam application and click Library to see the listing of all the games you got from Steam. If you want to download and install Cat Goes Fishing on another computer, download Steam app and Login to your Steam account on it. The installation files will be available for download. Installing Cat Goes Fishing On Your PC To install Cat Goes Fishing to your computer, open Steam application and click Library. Then double-click on the title to begin the installation process. The on-screen prompts will appear asking you about the game directory and the terms of use. Follow the instructions, and after a couple of minutes the game will be successfully installed on your PC. To launch Cat Goes Fishing, find the icon with the head of a cat on your desktop or in the Start menu. You can look through the options to set the graphics settings that suit your Windows system requirements. Time To Play Cat Goes Fishing download, and the installation process doesn’t take much time and effort. And the game is so pleasant and unique that you won’t regret spending your money or creating a Steam account to play it.   Continue Reading Cat Goes Fishing On Mac and Linux How To Play Cat Goes Fishing On Mac and Linux? Not so long ago Cat Goes Fishing became a PC-only game — a disappointment for both mobile gamers and Apple/Linux geeks. Developers from Cat5Games have plans on patching and updating PC version. They claim that it’s too early to think of launching a full-scale Mac or Linux versions due to numerous performance issues and crash-bugs. But don’t get upset yet! If you’re eager to play Cat Goes Fishing on other platforms, here’s what you do.  How to download and install Cat Goes Fishing for MAC / Linux To play the game on Mac or Linux, you need to install the Virtual Box which is an app that lets you work (or play) with Windows 10 on any other operating system. The app versions for all systems are free and easily downloadable from VirtualBox.com, and you don’t have to reboot your computer every time you want to switch between Mac and Windows desktops. Don’t forget to maximize the graphics memory to get the smoothest Cat Goes Fishing experience. Here’s a step by step instruction for launching Cat Goes Fishing on your non-Windows system: First of all, find a Windows 10 iso file and save it on your computer. It’s absolutely free and legal to download it from official Microsoft store; In order to download VirtualBox app, go to virtualbox.com and find the version OS X hosts or Linux Distributions depending on the operating system you have installed; After the download, open up your installation file and follow the instructions, they will guide you through the whole installation process; Open up the Virtual Box app, and click on New in the top left to create a virtual machine with Windows operating system; Choose the system type and its version, then choose how many bites of RAM you are ready to give away to your second operating system, if you only need to play simple games like Cat Goes Fishing, don’t go over 4Gb. Same goes for the size of your Windows 10: don’t go over 15 Gb if you need it only for its basic functions; After you’ve set all the preferences the way they suit you (thorough instruction on all the additional settings can be found on YouTube), click Start at the top left of your Virtual Box window; Windows installation will start soon, you just have to follow the instructions of the Installation guide. You don’t need to enter the key code when asked to, just choose ‘I don’t have the key code’ and click Next; After Windows 10 installation, your system will reboot and you will be able to work and play in individual Windows window on your Mac OS or Linux. Let Your Cat Go Fishing Cat Goes Fishing is a wonderful game so don’t let the unsuitable operational system to come between you and your gaming. With virtual machine Windows, a significant number of Steam games is available for you to play. Don’t miss your chance!     Continue Reading Cat Goes Fishing For Android What About Cat Goes Fishing For Android? Many gamers came to know Cat Goes Fishing in its Android version and were disappointed not finding it on Google Play store. At the same time, PC version is thriving with regular new updates and additional content. Let’s find out about the differences between the two and learn why developers from Cat5Games chose Cat Goes Fishing to be a PC-only game. Mobile or Demo? Cat Goes Fishing Android version came out in 2014 and the game mechanics haven’t changed since then. However, after Cat Goes Fishing for PC came out at the beginning of 2015, some gamers started to regard it as a Cat Goes Fishing Lite or Demo version. Although the main principles of the game were the same and even graphics and controls didn’t change a bit, the PC content has changed the whole perspective. Cat Goes Fishing Apk file was of small size and available for free download. No new rods or fishing boats were available for unlocking; fish respawn time was noticeably longer (too long even by mobile game standards), and there were only three quests available instead of fifty on the PC version. Will Cat Goes Fishing Be Available On Mobile Devices? Developers’ strategy has changed when they realized that many users switch from mobile to PC version as they grew addicted of the game. Instead of expanding Cat Goes Fishing for Android making it more similar to the paid PC version, Cat5Games chose to focus on smoothing out the already expanded game. Many users have grown fond of this cute and smart indie game so they would probably welcome the game on other platforms besides PC. Someone even managed to launch the game on Mac, but permanent glitches make the game unbearable on Apple devices. What to Expect From Cat Goes Fishing Patches and updates for Cat Goes Fishing appear frequently, and that’s a huge achievement for a small indie team like the one at Cat5Games. The latest version of the game with a set of new fishes, items and quests was launched in 2018 and the creators don’t plan to stop. Prepare your rods!   Continue Reading Cat Goes Fishing Gameplay Cat Goes Fishing has won the hearts of indie game fans and arcade fanciers with its charming looks and assiduous skill-building. Some use it as a tool for meditation while others make their fishing experience more intense by earning money and completing all the quests Cat Goes Fishing has to offer. Both ways are worth your time. And with the gameplay basics we provide, your cat will succeed in smart fishing. Cat Goes Fishing Guide Controlling the game is simple, pretty much like fishing itself: throw the bait at the end of your rod into the water, hold it, drag it (preferably with fish). This part is easy as you catch many fishes right from the start. However, the fishes that are easy to catch are inexpensive, and they won’t get you far in the game. There is a choice of two modes at the start the game: Classic mode is fine if you want to learn the controls and the game mechanics, but we strongly advise you to switch to Realism mode as soon as you feel more confident. The fishes are trickier and have distinct behavioral patterns, and you can open lots of achievements unavailable in Classic mode. Your fishing success depends heavily on the time of day and weather conditions. Day/night switch is one of the achievements in the game. Day and Night differ in species that come out on the surface: small fishes active during daytime usually are asleep, and you can concentrate on catching the larger ones. There’s also a storm condition with more nighttime species present and a special Stormy fish that cannot be found any other way. Gameday switches to game night (and vice versa) every hour, but with unique items like the Nightfall hat, it will last as long as you want. Items In The Game You can spend the money you get for selling fish for lots of useful items in various game shops: The rod shop is unlocked at level 2, and in the course of the game it offers you six rods that differ in strength, depth reaching, and in the number of attachments, you can fix on them. The lure shop is an essential part of Cat Goes Fishing. It unlocks at level 5 and can hugely influence your game strategy. There are only four types of the lure in the lure shop: Bomb and Rocket become available with the opening of the shop, and Lightbulb and Huge Hook are gained when you complete the quests. The tool shop opens up at level 6. You get all the items as one time purchases and only after completing a certain number of quests. There’s a minimap that lets you look around for more fishes and two types of sonars. The boat shop unlocks at level 8, and all the items are available from the start. The boats differ in size and speed, so you can load it with 5 to 8 fishes and travel further. The hats are found randomly throughout the sea, but at level 20 the Hatalog opens up so that you can buy all of them. Each hat has specific characteristics that affect your game strategy. The attachments unlock gradually starting from level 2; there are 18 rod attachment at the moment, each of them has some special qualities that let you be a more effective fisherman (or cat) or catch particular fishes. The attachments are free and can only be gained as you progress in the game. Types of Fishes There are fishes of all sizes, colors and cunning degree, but for your convenience, we can mark out three distinct types: Small fish is easy to catch in most of the cases, excluding some rare types like Bombat or Sassy. There are currently 33 types of small fishes in the game. Some of them dwell only in one distinct part of the map, and for catching others, you may have to use some special items that attract them. Small fish is often used as medium bait when you hunt for larger species. Medium fish requires a small bait or higher. Fish of this type is stronger than smaller species so you may need power rod or quick rod in many cases. There are 28 medium fishes in the game. They also often tend to hide at the bottom or in the caves. Prices at the fish market change more often here than for small fish. Medium fish can be used as bait for catching larger species. Large fish requires large bait. Prices at the large fish market also change quite often. For catching fishes of this type, you may want to load your boat with professional fisherman equipment including master rod, quick boat and sometimes even bombs. Huge fishes are the toughest in the game and very difficult to fight. There are only 8 of them at the moment. All of them require large bait and most of them also a large hook. You may want to learn the behavior of every huge fish before hunting for it. Money-Making And Achievements To make money, you will have to sell the fishes you caught and to take the quests the game offers. There are no hacks of money earning in Cat Goes Fishing, but some species cost very much, so if you focus on them you won’t have to worry about money for luxury items in the course of the game. The most expensive fish is Nightfish Sire, catching it requires a few things: a good boat, a quick rod, a large bait, and a sinker. Another great hack is catching a Queenfish: the Kingfish swarm will follow it wherever you take it. Completing quests not just grants you with money, it also gives you the achievements. There are currently around 50 quests from basic ones like catching a fish in Realism mode to more complex like catching fish of one type in a row. By completing them, you can get four achievements alongside with the rank of Casual Quester, Core Quester, Hardcore Quester, and Master Quester. As you acquire higher levels the number of quests, you can have at once increases. Some items like Ball Cap and Quester’s Beret also provide you with more quests to complete. Item achievements unlock as you gain new levels. There are also some special achievements that don’t help you in the course of the game but will diversify your fishing experience. Tips And Hacks From Professional Fishercats Try to save up a little bit of money at the start to buy a boat right after the boat shop unlocks. The new boat will boost up your fishing and enlarge your map. Don’t go for the small fish. It’s easy to catch even when you’re a newbie, but further on it’ll only block the way to professional fish catching. Bait Guard is another excellent option you will want to buy as soon as possible. It will protect your catch from small fish scavengers. You will have to deal with larger fishes on your own though. Fish prices grow as you get far from the shore and deeper into the water, so alongside with expensive boat, buy a Great Rod. Never ignore quests! Apart from the money, you can get lower prices for items, and a set of fun and often useful achievements. Hats are precious. They can boost up your game by making you quicker and smarter, increase fish prices and attracting rare fishes. And what’s more important they’re free. Look out for them just as thoroughly as you look for the fish! The Most Important Tip Is to Have Fun There said to be ways of installing Cheat Engine and gain everything effortlessly, but, in our humble opinion, you don’t need to spoil your fishing game this way. Besides, the engine is not a part of official game uploads so that it may cause bugs and glitches. Don’t seek after money achievements! Relax and try to have fun while improving your cat’s fishing skills. Continue Reading