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Boxing can be playful - especially if the athlete in the ring "flies like a butterfly and stings like a bee" - but most of the time it's not about the dance but the victory. This can make some matches - especially some super heavyweight fights - a little bit boring. The last super heavyweight fight I had the patience to follow from the beginning to the end was the one between George Foreman and Axel Schultz, in 1995. I personally find featherweight matches to be more entertaining and playful, with much more dancing and action involved. But that's my personal opinion, of course. You know what else I find playful? Casual games inspired by the world of boxing. The funnier they are, the more I like them - that's why I like Fighting Fish, one of the most playful boxing games at europalace, the most.

Fighting Fish

Fighting Fish takes its players into the vast underwater kingdom ruled by creatures hardly ever seen by the human eye - except for an aquarium. The whole underwater world is burning in fighting fever, as the most aggressive and fierce fighters - the Siamese fighting fish - are preparing for a title match. In the red corner, we find the red fighting fish (not a redfish, mind you), while in the blue corner we find the (you guessed it) blue one. The slow but wise crab has taken the burden of refereeing the match upon itself. The game's symbols depict several boxing-related symbols - the ring, gloves, buckets, and the Belt the two slippery fighters are brawling about.

Round 1: Fight!

The fight begins whenever you spin the reels. The game has five reels, three rows, and 30 win lines, along with several bonuses to play for. The Red and Blue boxing fishes are Wild in the game, so they will stand in for any other symbol landing on the reel - unless they fight, of course. Which doesn't happen as often as you might expect it. For the proper fight to begin, you'll need the two slippery warriors to land on reels 2 and 4 respectively at the same time. When this happens, the bell tolls and the fight begins. You get to choose which fighter is your favorite. If your guess is right, you'll be rewarded with extra respins and multipliers applied to your bet. If not... well, then better luck next time.

Big brawls, big wins

Fighting Fish is one of the lower volatility games offered by the Euro Palace Casino. Players who choose to accompany the two into the anemone-cornered boxing ring can win up to 100,000 coins when playing at the maximum bet of 75 coins per spin. You can try the game free at the Euro Palace after downloading its Windows-based casino suite, but you can also give it a try for real - perhaps you get lucky and win, whichever fish takes the belt home.

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