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Deep Diver

rated 3.32 / 5 stars
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Jul 30, 2010 | 7:43 AM EDT

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Explore the depths of the ocean in this exploration and collection game. Search for treasure to upgrade your submarine to go even deeper. 10 challenging level to explore. Can you find all the rare fish and black pearls?
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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice laidback amusement.

It is nice and soothing, and challenging enough because the upgrade system is balanced just right. I would sometimes run into an error where the sub wouldn't go down even though i was pressing the button...

I thought too at first that it might be nicer if the oxygen ran out faster when you're down, but then realized that only works for scuba-diving, a submarine is maintained at 1 atmosphere (which is why a submarine can implode if it goes too deep)

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Rated 3 / 5 stars


This game is ok, but there are some MAJOR flaws.
1. The O2 tanks don't respawn. This becomes ridiculous on some of the maps.
2. Some levels I wouldn't even find the pearl, but lo and behold, it said I found it.
3. The guy's random smiley head needs to go. I mean.... come on. It's just creepy...

It's a good game but needs fixing. A little bit of a graphical update wouldn't be bad either. Thanks for your submission!

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Rated 0 / 5 stars

game copied

sorry, i have played the same game, only made waaaay better. 0 stars


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Simple underwater exploration

Really liked this game, it challenge the player's ability to make fair judgement about what's the right course of upgrade to take in order to clear an entire underwater zone. Really fun to explore as well.
I do have to say that the graphics could be better. Not to start with the weird smiley face and the weird submarine design...the real underwater world itself is much more vast than those sand cubes that all the levels were limited with.
If it's possible to put coral reefs, wrecked ships, stone walls, water streams underground caves or medusa forests, why not make each level unique on it's own? See the scenaries in Ecco the dolphin for instance.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


It's pretty good, that's mainly cause I like upgrading stuff, maybe you could make another one with shops that allow you to choose the parts that are useful with a bit random effects.