Freddi Fish and The Case of The Missing Kelp Seeds (1994) Freddi Fish Kelp Seed Mystery (2008)
In this game, Grandma Grouper's treasure chest of kelp seeds are stolen, and Freddi and Luther go off in search of the thieves, who turn out to be two sharks (One is called Spongehead but the other is never called anything but Boss). Thankfully Spongehead has a bad memory so he left a trail of notes in bottles leading to the chest. This game, as well as its subsequent titles, won several awards upon release. It is now a Wii game, too, known as Freddi Fish in Kelp Seed Mystery..
Released : Windows/Mac: October 28, 1994, reissued in February 1998, 2003, and 2008. Wii: September 2, 2008.
Famous quotes containing the words seed, mystery, fish, seeds, case and/or missing:
“If we are a metaphor of the universe, the human couple is the metaphor par excellence, the point of intersection of all forces and the seed of all forms. The couple is time recaptured, the return to the time before time.”
—Octavio Paz (b. 1914)
“Yet there is a mystery here and it is not one that I understand: without the sting of otherness, ofeventhe vicious, without the terrible energies of the underside of health, sanity, sense, then nothing works or can work. I tell you that goodness-what we in our ordinary daylight selves call goodness: the ordinary, the decentthese are nothing without the hidden powers that pour forth continually from their shadow sides. Their hidden aspects contained and tempered.”
—Doris Lessing (b. 1919)
“Big fish eat small fish, and small fish eat shrimp eggs.”
“A candle in the thighs
Warms youth and seed and burns the seeds of age;”
—Dylan Thomas (19141953)
“Massachusetts sat waiting Mr. Lorings decision.... It was really the trial of Massachusetts. Every moment that she hesitated to set this man free, every moment that she now hesitates to atone for her crime, she is convicted. The commissioner on her case is God; not Edward G. God, but simply God.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Kids and violent TV, violent TV and violence, violence and kids. The only people missing from this discussion are the parents. Where are we? Gone. Abdicated.”
—Anna Quindlen (b. 1953)