May 22, 2014 5:00 AM | Konstantinos Dimopoulos / Gnome
Happy Fishing is one of the many freeware Ludum Dare 29 games and, to be perfectly frank, it is not a masterpiece. Not on the surface at least, as it essentially is a decently fun offering with a nice theme, interesting visuals and simple gameplay.
What truly sets Happy Fishing apart though is the fact that it also is an impressive tech demo that runs in your browser and gets Flash and Unity to seamlessly collaborate and synchronize with each other. A programming feat that blends a 2D with a 3D engine, has them run in unison and, hopefully, inspires more engine collaborations of the sort.