Smith Micro on Tuesday announced the release of Universal binary versions of Aquazone, its virtual aquarium software. Free updates are available for download; Aquazone costs $24.99.
Aquazone Seven Seas Deluxe features forty different species of fish, sharks, turtles and jellyfish you can use to populate a virtual aquarium on the Mac. The graphics are “photorealistic,” according to Smith Micro. In addition to the creatures in your tank, the software lets you choose 20 different tanks, each with unique plantlife and coral, day and night lighting conditions, “digital food,” the ability to “tap on the glass” to get your fish’s attention, fish cam and more.
The company also makes Aquazone Bass Edition, a new release that features various species of bass and trout, realistic behaviors and photo-realistic bass habitats. A Universal binary for that software is also available.
System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.3 or newer, G4 or better, 256MB RAM, 100MB hard disk space, 800 x 600 resolution display.