n. a container, usually made out of glass or acrylic, specifically designed for holding water and marine life
Fish Tank is a 2009 British drama film written and directed by Andrea Arnold. The film is about Mia Williams, a volatile and socially isolated 15-year-old who lives with her single mother, Joanne. The mother's new boyfriend, Conor, becomes attracted to Mia and has a sexual relationship with her. Fish Tank was well-received and won the Jury Prize at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival. It also won the 2010 BAFTA for Best British Film. It was filmed in the Mardyke Estate in Havering, the town of Tilbury, and the A13, and funded by BBC Films and the UK Film Council. The film was theatrically released on 11 September 2009 by Curzon Artificial Eye.
Fish Tank is combination of popular Match 3 genre with arcade puzzle games. It’s an arcade-style matching game from iFun4all. However, instead of matching gems or blocks, you are matching colors of fish. It's kind of combining traditional match-three gameplay with reflex-based mechanics.
Key features of the game include: -24 levels -3 difficulty settings -survival game mode -9 types of bonuses to earn -challenging difficulty curve balanced for both casuals and hardcore Match 3 fans
Usage examples of "fish tank".
Austin began sprinting for the exit, but he heard shouts and ducked behind a fish tank.
There was a pump that circulated and aerated the water of the fish tank.
It was like a rectangular fish tank a little longer than the leopard and perhaps three feet deep, set up on a wooden support about coffee table height and dimensions.
The top had been shot off the Scorpion Fish tank under which Bond had dived, and when the other men came in the morning they would not be surprised to find the fish dead in the tank.
Revealed by their dim glow, the rectangular shape of a glass case stood against one wall like a huge tropical fish tank.
He wandered seemingly at random for long seconds until he stopped in front of a tropical fish tank.
He had thought that he had no other honorable choice, but now, seeing Vivien with grief heavy on her, as though Orlando's coma had lasted years instead of days, seeing her husband weeping quietly against the fish tank, he did not trust his earlier conclusion.