3D Tropical Fish Aquarium II

raiX – MyReef 3D Aquarium

Dive into a beautiful 3D aquarium on your iPhone or iPod Touch!

MyReef 3D is a saltwater aquarium that fits in your pocket – customize your tank and interact with the fish, or just sit back and enjoy life on an exotic coral reef.

With 30 types of vibrant tropical fish to choose from, MyReef 3D features scientifically accurate species-specific movement and interaction. You can individually select the inhabitants of your aquarium, care for your fish by feeding them, watch them form schools, and even annoy them by tapping on the “glass.”

Two dynamic cameras let you choose your view: The fish-camera allows you to zoom in on a fish, automatically following its movements, and the auto-camera focuses on points of interest while you relax. Use common touchscreen gestures to control the camera, sound, and customize your aquarium with backgrounds and accessories.
It’s never been easier to enjoy the benefits of an aquarium – from the joys of pet care to relief from everyday stresses, MyReef 3D puts it all in the palm of your hand!

Features:

  • Observe realistic animations, behavior, and interactions of up to 30 species of 3D fish
  • Customize your aquarium, selecting backgrounds, accessories, and the perfect mixture of species
  • Participate in detailed interaction with your fish, including feeding and knocking on the front “glass” to annoy them
  • Move and zoom easily using common touchscreen gestures
  • Play music from your collection
  • Portrait display option – turn your iPhone docking station into a virtual aquarium
  • Configure three aquariums

Menu

Open the configuration menu by tapping the lower border of the screen.

To use the fish camera, tap the menu entry “Cam F, ” then tap the desired fish to activate the camera mode. You can activate the auto camera automatically by tapping the menu entry “Cam A.”


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