Deep Blue Sea
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8
  • 1.6 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
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Deep Blue Sea 

Find treasure and adventure in an underwater world with Deep Blue Sea Deluxe, the original journey that started it all. Experience how it all began for Jessica as she leaves her overworked executive job to fully indulge in her passion for diving and underwater adventure. In search of shipwrecks and artifacts, she discovers the mystery of an aquatic people from Avalonia.

  • experience the beginning of an immersive underwater 3 in a row adventure
  • join Jessica as she searches for the secrets of a marine civilization
  • play more than 120 boards to gather precious artifacts
  • obtain special items and power-ups to clear the boards
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Reviews of Deep Blue Sea
 | Added on: August 17, 2012
 
The title says it all. Nothing here is special or different than any other underwater matching game. Each level is the same over and over: dropping the same artifacts off the board with little effort. No variety. No interesting animations. Nothing special happens if you match more than three tiles. And the gray background of the tiles makes the whole board kind of dull and depressing to look at. There are better undersea games out there. I'd go find one.
 | Added on: August 17, 2012
 
This is pretty much a run-of-the-mill match 3 game. It gets progressively harder as you move through the levels, but there are numerous power-ups to help you out of tight spots. There is a thin story about an ancient amulet, which of course you find piece-by-piece as your character dives beneath the ocean. The only real objection I have to this game is that the graphics aren't all that great, and it' sometimes difficult to distinguish between sea creatures when making matches. But if you enjoy playing a match-3 game, you should like this one.
 | Added on: August 27, 2012
 
I'm in my late 50s, married, full time housewife, the mother of 17 children with 15 grandchildren and 2 more on the way later this year. I enjoy playing Match 3 games at the end of the day to relax after spending another hectic day cleaning our large home, cooking & baking, yardwork, grocery shopping, running errands, and much more. For me, this game is the same old thing over & over & over & over so It gets boring and monotonous very quickly. There's nothing new or different in this game to hold my attention and make me want to play more of it. My youngest grandchildren can draw better graphics than this, seriously ... sad but true. As for the sound, I'm unable to comment on this because I enjoy peace & quiet so I never play any computer game with the sound turned on. The sound will be on when I begin playing a game then I quickly turn off the sound because the sound in all computer games that I've tried is pretty much the same ... nothing to cheer about and gives me a splitting headache, seriously. If the game creators would put music in the games that is foot stomping bluegrass music that would make you want to get up and start clogging, then I would definitely play with the sound turned on! (I'm American by Birth, Southern by Choice ... born & raised in the northern states, didn't like it so we moved to the southern states.) As I say in almost every game review that I write, I strongly recommend that ya'll try the free hour trial of this game with an open mind then decide for yourself if you like this game or not. Ya'll might like this game more than I did.
 | Added on: August 18, 2012
 
think this is a good game for people new to M3Gs. it is fairly easy, but i still find it enjoyable to play. the power ups are very helpful. the graphics are playful, the story interesting. a nice relaxing game to while away an afternoon...
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