Freddi Fish 1: The Case Of The Missing Kelp Seeds
The adventure begins when Freddi Fish visits Grandma Grouper with a gift of flowers, or rather, the last one of two flowers she receives from her pelican friend Sam (the first one she gives to either a young male fish named Jason, or a depressed sea turtle named Snappy). Grandma Grouper is sad that her treasure chest full of kelp seeds has been stolen. As a result, her garden has begun to wilt, leaving them without any food. Courageously, Freddi promises to find Grandma Grouper's stolen treasure chest. This puts a smile on Grandma Grouper's face and she gives Freddi her last peanut butter and jellyfish sandwich to take on her journey.
Freddi Fish 1: The Case of the Missing Kelp Seeds
After going a short distance from Grandma Grouper's house, Freddi finds Luther, who is trying to swim loop-de-loops. He bets her she can't do it, and so she shows Luther how to do it and he tries again, hitting his head on some coral (again due to how close he is to it and how big a loop-de-loop he is attempting to do). A bottle is knocked loose and sinks to the ground. When Freddi and Luther investigate, they discover that a note has been lodged inside the bottle. After reading the note and finding a message telling them where the treasure is, Freddi and Luther begin their journey to find the missing kelp seeds.
The player takes control of Freddi Fish and her friend Luther with the goal of finding Grandma Grouper's kelp treasure full of kelp seeds and having fun along the way. The game is played by using the mouse to interact with the environment. By clicking on various areas referred to as Click Points, the player can collect items, talk with other characters, and watch entertaining animations. Items are collected to help the player solve puzzles. The game contains many different areas to explore: the castle, the old whale bones, the deep canyon, the volcano, the junkyard, the caves and the beach above the surface. These areas are joined in the middle by Grandma Grouper's house.
Sam, a pelican, delivers flowers to Freddi Fish to give to Snappy Turtle (or Jason the guppy), and Grandma Grouper. When Freddi arrives at Grandma Grouper's house, she finds out that the latter's treasure chest that holds all the kelp seeds (the source of the ocean's food) has been taken. As such, her garden has begun to wilt, which will cause all the fish to starve if the kelp seeds aren't found. A courageous Freddi offers to find the treasure and Grandma Grouper gives Freddi her last "peanut butter and jellyfish" sandwich for her journey.
Freddi Fish and the Case of the Missing Kelp Seeds is Humongous' first Freddi Fish title, notable for being their first game made specifically for Windows. The game puts you in the "shoes" of Freddi Fish and her annoying little green sidekick Luther as they look for Grandma Grouper's missing kelp treasure, which is apparently the only source of food in the entire ocean. Can you find the location of the kelp treasure before the mafia does?
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