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Surgeon Simulator dev’s I Am Fish prototype being turned into a full game

Last October, Bossa Studios, the developer behind the likes of Surgeon Simulator and I Am Bread, released three animal-themed prototypes into the wild; as requested, the public gave feedback on their favourites and it’s now official: I Am Fish is being turned into a full game.

I Am Fish, which fought off stiff competition from the self-explanatory Pigeon Simulator and fox-based driving game Trash Bandits, casts players as a fearless goldfish, who must navigate “traps, trials, and tribulations” as they attempt to make their way back to the ocean.

“What separated I Am Fish from its companions,” says Bossa of the big win, “was the passion players had for their little fish’s journey and their enthusiasm about what a full game could be. We loved seeing all the clever tricks people used to complete the levels in ways we didn’t expect and we were swept away by all the tales of pain and joy that happened along the way.”

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