I discovered Tapfish about a week ago and now I am totally addicted. It's a pretty silly game (aren't they all?) where you can buy, grow, breed, and sell fish. You can also visit neighbors' tanks and get "coins" for cleaning their tanks and feeding their fish. The most interesting part is you can breed two different fish to get hybrids. You start out with two tanks and a certain number of coins. Then you populate your tanks by buying fish eggs, growing the fish, and selling them at a profit. You have to keep your fish happy by feeding them, cleaning the tanks, loving them, and buying decorations for the tank. The happier they are, the bigger the bonus is when you sell them. The frustration (and temptation) is that many of the fish and accessories can only be bought with "fishbucks". You cannot earn these just by buying and selling fish, but have to either purchase them with real money or participate in the various offers (i.e., downloading certain apps and trying them). There aren't very many opportunities to do this. I've earned a few fishbucks that way and purchased a couple of things, but need a lot more to get something I really want. However, I don't want to start going down the road of paying for fishbucks because I'll proably get sucked into spending a whole lot more than I was planning to. Some of the "neighbors" I've visited have obviously spent some real money on their fish. They have tankfuls of really exotic fish and all sorts of accessories. What I can't understand is that some people maintain tanks full of decorations but with no fish. You do get coins for visiting and cleaning your own tanks whether their populated or not, but the whole point of decorations is to keep your fish "happy" and thus more profitable. The decorations themselves cost a lot of coins and or fishbucks. One problem is that if you forget about your fish for a day or so, they all die from neglect. In order to revive them you have to spend fishbucks!