Released by Ubisoft Entertainment, Starving Shark World is the most recent edition to the Famished Shark franchise. Designed to be a sequel to Hungry Shark Evolution, players may again be accepting the role of a (big surprise!) hungry shark, who is out to eat everything that becomes in its way.

UPDATE: Thursday, May 4th – 8:21 Are, PST: If you have enjoyed past iterations of Ubisoft’s Famished Shark games, or maybe you are a fan of the fringe movement classic Jaws shows, then today can be your day. Hungry Shark Earth is now live in google’s Play Store. The game can be downloaded for free, and also does include suggested in-app purchases. The link to be able to download the game are available at the end of this article. Be able to swimming already… or perhaps munching from the depths of the sea is more like it.

The game is set to incorporate 17 different sharks with 7 different sizes, so there will be a variety of differing types to try out. For example, the particular Hammerhead shark is more nimble than various other sharks. All told, all 18 have their own unique traits. As each shark will get used, they can be flattened up to bite more challenging, swim faster, be hungrier, etc. There’s also different environments that can be terrorized, such as a Pacific Tropical isle that’s a tourist hot spot, the Arabian Sea, or perhaps the Arctic ocean where by there’s a secret along with heavily guarded military services base.

All three of the regions are start and free wandering as well. Players should have twenty different mission types to complete, as well as hundreds of consumable animals that range from fish, to people, to submarines. Assist can also be enlisted such as baby sharks, octopi, and turtles. You can even trick out their particular sharks, with headphones, umbrellas, or even the famous “feakin’ laser beam”.

Hungry Shark World is currently in a pre-registartion stage, so prospective participants can hit up the url below to sign up and stay notified when the sport goes live. There is not any pricing mentioned at the time of yet, but it should be coming soon since pre-registration will be live. If earlier performance is a future indicator here however, it should be free using optional IAPs included.