Arcade: Feeding Frenzy now Online

Arcade: Feeding Frenzy now Online

Published On March 16, 2006 | By Anthony Barker | News

A new Xbox Live Arcade title was released yesterday. Found in the Action section of the Arcade this title goes by the name of Feeding Frenzy. The game costs 800MPs and weighs in at 30.75MB.

Below is some marketing flavored info on the game:

Slurp, gulp, and crunch your way all along the Frenzy Coast in Feeding Frenzy! The rules here are simple: eat anything that’s smaller than you and swim clear of everything else. The more you eat, the bigger you get, and the bigger you get, the closer you come to taking on the fearsome Shark King.

Starfish bubbles don’t help you grow, but they’re an easy way to boost your score. Oysters offer up bonus points in the form of pearls, but be quick or the shell could snap shut with you inside! Nibbling on the tail of a patrolling barracuda is a risky way to earn extra points, he can turn on you in an instant. And the jellyfish well, it’s best to swim clear of them altogether.

Did you know that tuna can swim up to 50 miles per hour? Or that a parrot fish can change its gender? Feeding Frenzy includes more than four dozen fascinating fish facts like these, one between each game level.

  • A living world: Stunning underwater environments and rich sound effects.
  • Extras galore: In-game tips and fascinating oceanic trivia.
  • Multiple characters, modes and levels: gain exciting power-ups as you progress through 40 underwater levels in either of the two amazing game modes.
  • In-depth experience: intuitive interface and addictive, unlimited gameplay, with unlockable secret skills and more!

More information and screenshots can be found here

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