Idle Fishing Village Tycoon lets you hire animal companions to help you build your fishing village, now open for pre-registration

Buff Studio’s Idle Fishing Village Tycoon is now open for pre-registration on Google Play, allowing Android users to get their first dibs on the relaxing idle title when it officially launches. Players can build their own fishing village, level up, improve their stats and more while watching their animal buddies grow at the same time.

In Idle Fishing Village Tycoon, players can expect to unleash their inner tactician as they come up with the best strategy to grow their village. At the same time, the idle nature of the game keeps things light, low pressure and chill, with a wide variety of adorable animal companions for players to collect.

These animals can also be hired as managers to help players transport fish, manage boats, and even trade in the market. From the official trailer, it looks like you can hire a penguin to be a bearded pirate captain, or a rabbit in a formal costume to help direct the flow of traffic.

The game also features new islands for players to discover, as well as unique events that they can participate in for bonus in-game rewards. They can also unlock different boats and upgrade them to enhance their fishing experience.

Since the game is an inactive title, players can score in-game gifts even when logged out of the game. If you can’t wait to try the game, you can pre-register for Idle Fishing Village Tycoon on the Google Play Store for Android devices. It’s a free game with in-app purchases. You can also check out the embedded clip above to get an idea of ​​the game’s visuals, gameplay, and mood.

Are you looking for similar titles that will test your skills on your mobile device? Why not take a look at our list of the top 15 idle games on Android phones and tablets?

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