Fishing in the North Pole can be a rather chilling experience, especially for the fish.
And so it is in Psarakia, where not only do you have to pull out as many colorful fish from the freezing water as you can but you need to defrost them from the ice too. Oh, and there's only a limited amount of time for you to be able to do this.
In order to play Psarakia you need to select adjacent blocks on the screen that contain the same kind of fish. The ice then breaks and the fish appear. The object of the game is to match two or more of each fish in vertical and horizontal rows. The more fish you match, the more points you earn and the quicker you get to the next levels.
Options in Psarakia are a little thin on the ground. You can set the difficulty before you start and have music on or off. Although changes in difficulty make the game a little more interesting Psarakia can still get rather repetitive. .
You might get hooked for a while, but ultimately Psarakia isn't something you'll stick with for long.