Run An Aquarium Store in 'Aquarist', Coming to Xbox Consoles May 31

Originally published at: Run An Aquarium Store in 'Aquarist', Coming to Xbox Consoles May 31 - XboxEra

Developer FreeMind S.A. and publisher Ultimate Games S.A. have announced the aquarium management simulator ‘Aquarist’ is coming to Xbox consoles on the 31st of May. Run your own aquarium shop, manage ecosystems of fish (with many species available), and do all the things you’d expect to do when trying to sell healthy fish. The game has a healthy dose of realism too, so you’ll need to learn how to balance your environments to keep your fish from going bottoms-up.

Have a gander at the trailer and press release for Aquarist below. You can check out the game on the Xbox Store here.

Aquarist is coming to Xbox soon

Aquarist is making its debut on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. The game allows players to create aquariums and run an aquarium store. Aquarist will be released on May 31st.

Ultimate Games S.A. is responsible for producing and releasing the game for Xbox One. The backward-compatibility feature ensures that the game is also playable on Xbox Series X|S.

Developed by the Polish studio FreeMind S.A., the game Aquarist offers extensive options for creating your own aquariums and managing their ecosystems. In the game, players run their own aquarium store and perform various assignments, but mostly they just create and renovate aquariums.

The developers of Aquarist included many species of fish and freshwater plants. As the game progresses, players can buy new fish, plants, or pieces of aquarium equipment. The game is characterized by a fair dose of realism and attention to detail. As a result, players have to remember to keep their aquariums well-balanced and maintain proper conditions for specific types of fish.

Aquarist is also available on PC and Nintendo Switch.

Aquarist – main features:

  • run an aquarium store;
  • set up and maintain aquariums;
  • choose from many fish and plant species;
  • complete interesting commissions and tasks;
  • enjoy calm and relaxing gameplay.

Aquarist Press Release

Something seems fishy about this