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  • Summary: [WiiWare] Turn your television into a virtual aquarium with AquaSpace. You can simply relax and watch the fish or take the opportunity to read detailed information about them, such as scientific names and habitats, using the illustrated encyclopedia. If you want to get up close and personal with the fish, you can send your Mii character on a dive to swim with them, feed them or hunt for trivia icons to discover fish-related facts. Choose from eight aquarium themes and spruce them up with dozens of different fish and a variety of decorations, wallpaper and plant life. You can also change the background music by taking your pick from a selection of songs or using the sound of water. Then, once everything is set up, you can view your aquarium from a variety of camera angles (including a fish-eye view). Visit every day and watch your aquarium change – your fish will grow, and new fish may be born. Life continues in your aquarium even while the Wii console is turned off. Expand
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  1. 60
    All in all, this is a fine fish-keeping simulator. But it's also Nintendo swimming into territory that's already been fully explored on WiiWare, and not discovering much of anything new there.
  2. If you're in the market for a bucolic, aquatic and mostly decorative program such as this, Zenquaria isn't the worst choice you could make.
  3. AquaSpace's biggest selling point was the ability to swim with your Mii character, and it is a shame that that part turned out to be such a disappointment. For just 100 Wii Points less, My Aquarium is a much more enjoyable fish tank simulator.
  4. Feb 10, 2011
    Quotation forthcoming. [Sept 2010]
  5. Feb 10, 2011
    Quotation forthcoming. [Nov 2010]
  6. Quotation forthcoming. [Sept 2010]