Recently founded Dutch indie studio Vlambeer (made up of Rami Ismail and Jan Willem Nijman) has posted this bloody trailer for Radical Fishing, a "fishing simulation game" that's nothing like traditional sims (though it bears some resemblance to the Legend of Zelda's fishing/salvage arm minigames).

In Radical Fishing, players drop their hook into the ocean, lowering it as deep as possible, pulling back fish/jellyfish/sharks to the surface, then throwing them into air to watch them explode. Players can grab treasure and earn money as they progress, and spend that on upgrades (e.g. a chainsaw at the end of your line),

Vlambeer is looking for someone to sponsor Radical Fishing before it releases the Flash game, so one of you with deep pockets (or one of you working at a company with deep pockets) should get on that.

[Via IndieGames.com]