BASS CLASS is a Sim-style fishing game built based on real-life fishing scenarios. It packs a lot of information about fishing to guide players to learn from the game. Before casting your net wide, there are many ground rules to keep in mind. So, in this game, there are a lot of options to consider.
You can’t go fishing without a Rod Box and in this game, you have control over what is in it such as a first grip cast, two hand-cast, pitching stick, flipping stick, and spin rod. In terms of having a tackle box, players get a tackle box with six drawers; crankbaits and stick baits, spinnerbaits and jigs, surface baits, sub-surface baits, Plastic worms, gitzits, and miscellaneous baits. Each of these options allows users to select colors.
Players get many choices even regarding boats. You can select an outboard motor, trolling motor, or paddling to get your preferred fishing location. Watch out for the weather and use your LCD Depth finders to know the best places for a good catch.
It’s time-based so once you make your catch, you’ll have to return to the dock and get your catch weighed while competing against an AI. Your fishes will be gauged based on size, anything below the legal limit of 12 inches must be let back into the sea.
The graphics representing all of this simulation gives an overhead view of the lake. A brown pixelated space dotted by green shapes at the periphery indicates land, the rest is water in deep blue color, and your boat is a white boat-shaped image.
BASS CLASS teaches bass fishing to familiarize players with the intricacies of real-life bass fishing. Released in 1992 on Dos, this game tests players' decision-making skills and knowledge of fishing. Do you have what it takes to be the best fisherman?
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