A Girl Adrift - stylishly designed and equipped with an unusual gameplay Android novelty, which the developers position as RPG, but with the inclusion of arcade elements, which puts the project in the category of casual, designed for a broad user audience. According to the game story, the user is to manage a lovely little girl who travels across the boundless ocean on a small log raft. For a gamer it remains a mystery why the baby was alone in such extreme conditions, the main thing is to help the heroine not perish in an aggressive water environment. The main resource for maintaining the vital activity of the organism in the ocean, of course, is the fish, which we will catch during the whole gameplay. The girl automatically throws the fishing rod into the water, and the user has to enter into confrontation with the catch, as the fish will resist in every possible way, not wanting to become dinner. This process is carried out by active and fast tapas on the screen of the mobile Android device. Fishing is, of course, great, but one should not forget about exploring the surrounding space. Use a special map, which marks the areas where you need to get to - just tap on this point and the raft go to your destination. Separate delight deserves the atmospheric graphics novelties, it seems that the heroine really was in the grip of the elements, so you start to actively empathize with her and in every way help.
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