Fishdom: Seasons Under the Sea is game for your PC that allows you to earn points by solving logic puzzles and decorating an animated fish tank for specific holidays.
Fish tank scenes in Fishdom: Seasons Under the Sea are chosen based on three holidays: Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Once you've decided on your holiday of choice, Fishdom: Seasons Under the Sea asks you to pick a game mode. The "relaxed" option allows you to play the game puzzles without being timed. If you really want a challenge, choose Fishdom: Seasons Under the Sea's "against the clock" option instead.
Fishdom: Seasons Under the Sea will subsequently bring you to your aquarium screen. From there, you can see what types of accessories and animals you can add to your aquarium. Available categories are fish, beauty, and comfort. By clicking on the different types of fish available to purchase for your aquarium, you can read some quick facts about each one. The beauty category allows you to choose plant life for your aquarium, many of which are holiday themed. Lastly, the comfort category is where you can get items like castles and decorated water filtration systems.
In order to be able to purchase any of these aquarium add-ons, you need to win Fishdom: Seasons Under the Sea's various puzzle levels. The goal is to align three or more boxes that have identical markers. Every time you do, the boxes disappear and you earn cash toward aquarium purchases. Some of the boxes are gold, and it is these you must eliminate entirely in order to win a given level. Each level in Fishdom: Seasons Under the Sea also comes with certain bonuses that are explained the first time they appear.
Once you've earned some Fishdom: Seasons Under the Sea money, start setting up your aquarium. Every time you make a purchase in one of the three categories, gauges in the upper right hand corner of your screen increase. Once you get each one full, you unlock further aquatic goodies.
Fishdom: Seasons Under the Sea also allows you to save pictures of your aquarium. You can also set it up as a screen saver.
The only minor annoyance crops up while playing the games in Fishdom: Seasons Under the Sea's "relaxed" mode. If you wait too long to make a move, arrows appear to give you suggestions. If you're truly stuck, this is helpful. If you just want to sit back and take your time making strategic moves, however, this option can quickly become annoying.
Fishdom: Seasons Under the Sea is a fun game if you like fish and want to get into the holiday spirit.