31 Games Like Shark Eaters: Rise of the Dolphins for Mac OS

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Sky Gamblers: Rise Of Glory, Tiny Bubbles, and Fidget Spinner - Fun Spinner Action are our top selection to play today.

The latest addition in this selection are Cattle and Crops released the 30 March 2018 and ranked #14, Virtual Villagers Origins 2 released the 5 March 2018 and ranked #19, Toddler Simulator released the 5 March 2018 and ranked #15.

31 Games like Shark Eaters: Rise of the Dolphins for Mac OS, daily generated comparing over 40 000 video games across all platforms.
This suggestion collection includes simulation games. The order in this selection is not absolute, but the best games tends to be up in the list.

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- Advanced artificial intelligence: Each shark and fish has unique locomotion and intelligence. - 9 unique sharks, each with their own movement and personality: Bull, Lemon, Blue, Tiger, Blacktip, Dogfish, Hammerhead, Mako, and Great White shark (Kthulu).

2# Tiny Bubbles - 2018

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Play with squishy clusters of soap bubbles in this mesmerizing new puzzle game. Winner of over a dozen indie gaming awards!

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4# Funfair Ride Simulator 3 - 2015

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Have you ever had the opportunity to control your own amusement ride at the fair? Probably not ... Now you can experience this on your PC & Mac with the new Funfair Ride Simulator 3. With physics and detailed graphics, awesome fog, firework and light effects and a simulated fairground.

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5# Plush - 2015

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Plush combines stuffed animal simulation with the imagination of a little girl to provide a unique puzzle experience. To successfully complete each level, the player must arrange the stuffed animals in such a way as to make them all "happy" before bedtime.

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6# Deserter Simulator - 2015

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A soldier disillusioned with war wants out. Exhausted and not even able to walk... a motorcycle appears before him. His chance to be a deserter. To escape from the battlefield. To end the fight. To regain love and peace! Please enjoy this Japanese indie 3D motorcycle simulator game.

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8# Stupid Raft Battle Simulator - 2017

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Early Access

Stupid Raft Battle Simulator is a physics based simulator game set during the golden age of piracy. Your goal is to defeat your opponent by eliminating all enemy units on the battlefield.

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9# Deputy Dangle - 2016

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You are Deputy Dangle and today you're getting deputized. Everything is going great until the elusive criminal, known only as GMA, decides to crash the party. Within minutes of becoming a deputy you're now hot on the trail of Dangleton's most infamous criminal.

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10# Rivalry - 2016

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Early Access

Rivalry is a hotseat game where two players take turns moving their rag-doll character’s limbs and weapons until one is victorious. While the beginning stages of each game captures the strategic essence of swordplay, as damage and limbs are taken, the endgame turns rather Pythonesque.

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11# Radiator 2 - 2016

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A free collection of three short experimental games (Hurt Me Plenty, Succulent, and Stick Shift) about male sexuality, punishing, eating, and driving.

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12# RESCUE 2: Everyday Heroes - 2015

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HOW MANY LIVES WILL YOU SAVE?Experience your city through the eyes of a lifesaver and find out what it means to be a genuine "Everyday Hero"! Keep track of several fire stations, a variety of vehicles, a wide range of equipment and specialized staff so that you're always prepared for anything.

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14# Cattle and Crops - 2018

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Early Access

Driving tractors is fun! Experience the excitement of country life and cultivate your fields with huge machines. Gather in the harvest, feed your animals with it and get the cycle of food production going.

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16# Orbit - Playing with Gravity - 2015

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ORBIT is a gravity simulator at the heart of a puzzle game. Launch planets with a flick of your hand, and try to get them into stable orbits around black holes. Create your own levels in the Sandbox, and publish your creations to the world for everyone to play.

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17# Reverence: The Ultimate Combat Experience - 2016

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Early Access

Experience real sword fighting in Reverence.With total control over your body, you carve your own destiny in this first and third person, multiplayer, combat experience. With the Muscle Memory System you can intuitively control all your limbs and even tweak your muscle memory to create a unique style.

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19# Virtual Villagers Origins 2 - 2017

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Return to the famed and mystical island of Isola and be drawn into the latest edition of the beloved Virtual Villagers series! In the wake of a volcanic terror on the neighboring island of Asura, a family has made their way to Isola, seeking a new home. As their boat lands on the beach, they are greeted by a strange man and begin to explore this mysterious new world. The beautiful and curious island of Isola was once a paradise home to a thriving civilization but has gone to ruin and untamed jungle. The twists and turns will leave you discovering new, interactive, magical moments at every turn! Be the master of your own village in this exciting strategy adventure game.

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20# Machine World 2 - 2017

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Early Access

Take control of a range of different machines and operate them in a unique environment. Each new game generates a new world, and it is yours to develop: Dig and build anything, anywhere! All machines have been carefully modelled down to small details.

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21# Ship Simulator: Maritime Search and Rescue - 2014

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You set sail as others return to dry land. Wind force 12. Breakers beat on the bow deck, spray blows across the bridge. On the high seas: face the sheer force of the elements! And you’re steering them – the most powerful rescue vessels of the Maritime Search and Rescue Service in search of castaways.

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23# Bridge It - 2013

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A stunning, beautiful world awaits as you take on the challenge of bridging the chasm. Can you solve the puzzles and avert disaster?

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24# Tiny Bridge: Ratventure - 2013

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This mind-bending game will challenge you to create complex structures to get your woodland creatures over vast chasms. In a bridge-builder first, you'll guide your creatures and construct your bridges in real time. Use the weight of various creatures to balance your structures as you build them.

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25# Splice: Tree of Life - 2012

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Splice is an experimental and artistic puzzler. Every level ("strand") consists of a number of cells that you will need to rearrange into a target structure in several moves ("splices").

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