Ninja Fishing Boats

Ninja Fishing Boats

Ninja Fishing

Ninja fishing in a steamboat

A while back, my favorite iPhone game was Ninja Fishing by Gamenauts. I was totally obsessed with it and played it all the time. At one point I was even ranked as one of the Top 100 players in the world in Game Center. So of course I wrote a Ninja Fishing Review on this blog.




For those of you who have never played Ninja Fishing, it’s a cross between a fishing game and a Fruit Ninja style swipe to chop stuff game. You lower your fishing line as deep as you can, tilting the iPhone/iPad to avoid snagging a fish on the way down. Once you reach the end of your fishing line, you reel in as many fish as you can. Now the next part is a little confusing because it doesn’t make much sense but it does make for good game play. You have to slice up all the fish that you just reeled in. I would think this would be done later after you’ve returned to shore or gone to the fish market but whatever, it’s still fun.

When I check my blog stats, it seems that lots of people coming to my site looking to find out what the boats do in Ninja Fishing. So I’m going to help those people and let you know that the answer is not much. Even though the Time Machine boat is used to travel to the dinosaur fish level, the boats are really just there for you to collect. And they also look cool. ┬áHere’s a list of all the different boats:

  • Dinky Fishing Boat
  • Rubber Ducky
  • Steamboat
  • Viking Ship
  • Flaming Pumpkin Ship
  • Xmas Boat
  • Time Machine

And here’s a video I made that shows you what all the boats in Ninja Fishing look like.

Ninja Fishing - Gamenauts