Catfish Swamp
Developer(s) Saurus
Publisher(s) Saurus
Platform(s) Triple Tremor
Release Date(s)
25px-Flag of Australia November 4, 2013

25px-Flag of Japan November 10, 2013

25px-Flag of USA November 13, 2013

25px-Flag of Europe November 14, 2013

Age Rating(s)
Genre(s) "Collectathon"
Media Included Triple Tremor Cartdridge, (bundled with Triple Tremor)

Catfish Swamp is the first game developed soley by Saurus. The game was made to be good for all ages. It tries not to baby older players or be to hard for younger players. Even though it's on a HD console, the graphics are relatively cell shaded making it easier on the eyes in 3-D mode. It comes with every Triple Tremor console making it the most sold Saurus game of 2013.


Connor the channel catfish was swimming in his river when he noticed the flow weakened. Being that he was very curious, he decided to investigate. The further he went up the river the weaker the usually harsh rapids became. When he finally reaches dead end he notices something. He's no longer in a river but a closed off pond in a swamp. The only other "fish" there other than him is a peacock eel. The eel tells him that the only way to escape is to wait for the silver hook and "when it appears chomp down and wait" . He says their is a way to attract the silver hook, but it's very dangerous. he must venture into tunnels to collect worms. Then put enough worms in front of the crayfish to get them out of their holes. Once their out the holes will occasionally let air loose causing eddies at the surface of the lake. He can then explore those tunnels for more worms and other bugs for prizes. Once all the holes are unleashed and the horseshoe conch (final boss) is defeated, eddies will become so common that a fisher man will cast his line with a silver hook on the end.


A= Spark (once the static wool is obtained)

B= Ram

1= Turbo Swim (depletes stamina)

2= Bite

RS= Right Whisker swing

LS= Left Whisker swing

Start= Menu

Select= Save Menu

Control Stick= Move


Image Name Species
None yet Connor Channel Catfish
None yet Slim Peacock Eel
None yet Croostacia Horseshoe Conch
None Yet Loch Goliath Frog
None Yet Phil Human (Fisherman)