Freddi Fish 5: The Case of the Creature of Coral Cove

It's time for Freddi Fish to solve another mystery in this fifth installment of the kids edutainment series. She (Freddi is a girl) and her best friend Luthor have to figure out what's going on with Coral Cove. The mayor wants to open it as a tourist attraction, but it seems to be inhabited by a sea monster.

The gameplay here is traditional adventure gaming fare, with the complexity tuned way down to make it accessible to the 4-7 year olds that are the intended consumers. Explore various locations, pick up items that you'll find useful later on, and interact with lots of colorful characters in order to get clues to solving the sea monster mystery. Freddi Fish 5 also contains a mini-game that is a variation of Battleship using fish instead of ships.

Preceded By Freddi Fish 4: The Case of the Hogfish Rustlers of Briny Gulch
Series Freddi Fish (5)
Added March 8, 2020
Published By GT Interactive
Developed By Humongous Entertainment
Front Cover (United States) (Macintosh) from mobygames.com
Other (United States) (Macintosh) from mobygames.com
Front Cover (Worldwide) (Macintosh) from mobygames.com
Front Cover (United States) (Windows) from mobygames.com
Other (United States) (Windows) from mobygames.com
Front Cover (Canada,United States) (Windows) from mobygames.com
Front Cover (Worldwide) (Windows) from mobygames.com
Front Cover (United States) (Windows) from mobygames.com
Front Cover (Worldwide) (Linux) from mobygames.com
Header Image (Windows) from Steam
IGDB Cover from igdb.com
Title screen (Windows) from mobygames.com
Grandma Grouper saying goodbye. (Windows) from mobygames.com
Our heroes, Luther and Freddi (Windows) from mobygames.com
We're on our way to adventure! (Windows) from mobygames.com
Hey, somebody dumped a car here! (Windows) from mobygames.com
Worm Doodlez, ugh! (Windows) from mobygames.com
What could be going on? (Windows) from mobygames.com
A terrible sea monster is in the new Park! (Windows) from mobygames.com
Coral Cove Park is closed on account of sea monsters.... (Windows) from mobygames.com
We're not quite sure what this place is yet.... (Windows) from mobygames.com
Rollo tells some seriously bad jokes. And he charges for it, too! (Windows) from mobygames.com
Al B. Core, purveyor of trading cards... (Windows) from mobygames.com
A seriously annoyed Dadfish (Windows) from mobygames.com
In Casey's lab (Windows) from mobygames.com
Ready to collect the purple sea urchin, once I figure out how... (Windows) from mobygames.com
Marge the Sarge, don't mess with her! (Windows) from mobygames.com
Mess Hall Mania, aka Battleship with sea creatures... (Windows) from mobygames.com
The Barbershop appears to be locked. Barbershop? For Fish? (Windows) from mobygames.com
This is Laren, the one-fish-jug-band - he's missing a jug and glass just doesn't cut it... (Windows) from mobygames.com
Trying to catch the taffy as it shoots out of the machine behind us... (Windows) from mobygames.com
Donna, arcade-game repairfish (Windows) from mobygames.com
Sad, she lost her screwdriver and can't fix the machine. (Windows) from mobygames.com
Earl, map specialist (Windows) from mobygames.com
The savegame screen, lots of room! (Windows) from mobygames.com
Choose the right key to open the door to the barbershop (Windows) from mobygames.com
Playing Mess Hall Mania - I'm winning! But the bubbles my found fish make look very nice anyway. (Windows) from mobygames.com
The sunken ship (Windows) from mobygames.com
Freddi is too big to fit through a little hole next to the ship's door - Luther now needs to open the door for her! (Windows) from mobygames.com
The puzzles can have different solutions each time you play - you can find two objects inside the shipwreck, this time it's the compass. (Windows) from mobygames.com
However, first you need to get an access code from Marge... (Windows) from mobygames.com
Inside Nick's shop (Windows) from mobygames.com
Analysing the piece of sea cheese - a graphic example of "dirty hands diseases" ;) (Windows) from mobygames.com
Finding the sea monster is not enough, the real solution is found in Marty's house. (Windows) from mobygames.com
Marty has quite a sophisticated way to hide things in his safe - but his security measures become quite useless when he has drawn everything in detail on a piece of paper... (Windows) from mobygames.com
Marty's nicely furnished living room (Windows) from mobygames.com
Official Screenshot (Windows) from Steam
Official Screenshot (Windows) from Steam
Official Screenshot (Windows) from Steam
Official Screenshot (Windows) from Steam
Official Screenshot (Windows) from Steam
Official Screenshot (Windows) from Steam
Official Screenshot (Windows) from Steam
Official Screenshot (Windows) from Steam
Trailer

Year of Release:
2001

Genre(s):
Puzzle Adventure

Graphic Style:
2D

Camera View:
Third-Person

Control Type:
Point and Click

Setting/Theme:
Mystery

Other Tags:
Educational

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