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Ace Angler Fishing Spirits M now Available for iOS and Android Devices

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Bandai Namco Entertainment has announced that Ace Angler Fishing Spirits M is now available for iOS (App Store) and Android (Google Play Store) mobile devices.

The popular Ace Angler franchise from the arcades and Nintendo Switch is now available on smartphones, bringing over 100 types of sea creatures to catch across 7 stages and allowing players to compete worldwide in the rankings.

Here’s an overview of Ace Angler Fishing Spirits M:

The popular Japanese fishing game Ace Angler is now a mobile game!
Ace Angler Fishing Spirits M is a fishing simulator where you earn medals by catching fish!
Snag the big ones and rake in tons of medals!
Catch a wide variety of fish! From massive sea creatures to ones never seen before!

Game Content
Use medals to select a rod, then catch fish with it to earn more medals.
Rods that make it easier to catch big fish cost more medals to use.
Fish fall into different classes. The higher the fish’s class, the more medals you’ll earn for catching it.
The trick is to select the right rod for the class you’re trying to catch.
The controls are simple, so everyone from beginners to ace anglers can fish to their hearts’ content!

Stages
Use the medals you’ve earned to purchase fishing stages at the shop.
Test your skills in a total of six stages, including Coral Reef, Deep Sea Ruins, Sunken Ship, and Deep Sea.
Plus, there are special stages where you may get the chance to win lots of extra medals.

Fish
The game features over 100 kinds of sea creatures, including clownfish and great white sharks.
Fish you catch will be registered in the Fish Encyclopedia, so catch them all and complete your encyclopedia.

Rankings
Earn medals to climb the rankings, competing with players around the world.
Reel in those fish and aim for first place!

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Ace Angler Fishing Spirits M is now available for iOS (App Store) and Android (Google Play Store) mobile devices.

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