Deep Blue Sea 2 - The Amulet of Light
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  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1.5 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
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Deep Blue Sea 2 - The Amulet of Light 

Face mysterious ocean depths in Deep Blue Sea 2 - The Amulet of Light, the catching follow-up to an incredible aquatic adventure.

Jessica, a deep sea treasure hunter, mysteriously disappeared two years ago and her family lost all hope of ever finding her. One day, her sister Melissa receives a postcard written in a secret language that only the two of them understand. Though it is postmarked eight months ago, Melissa now believes her sister is still alive and races to locate her. But will she find her sister, or something even greater?

Help Melissa in her underwater journey to locate her sister. Play over 200 Match 3 boards to gather artifacts that light the trail to answers. Assemble a crew of four divers, each with different skills and abilities to power-up. Purchase special items to clear the boards, collect precious items, and play either Timed or Relaxed modes. You can also enjoy a greater challenge with the special Hidden Object scenes.

Critics love Deep Blue Sea 2 - The Amulet of Light, calling it a "really enjoyable experience" and "a truly thoughtful sequel" that "expertly blends light RPG and hidden object elements into match-three gameplay." See for yourself when you try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Deep Blue Sea 2 - The Amulet of Light today!

  • Experience an immersive underwater Match 3 adventure sequel.
  • Assemble a crew of four divers, each with different skills and abilities.
  • Purchase special items to clear the boards and collect precious items.
  • Enjoy special Hidden Object scenes.
  • Play challenging Timed or leisure Relaxed modes.
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Reviews of Deep Blue Sea 2 - The Amulet of Light
 | Added on: December 6, 2010
 
I guess this is this game's first bad review. I read all the reviews before I downloaded the free version. I played the game for about an hour and I really didn't get what all the hype was about. Maybe I am just not a match 3 game fan. Most of the games I play are HO games with maybe a match 3 as a mini game, and I always look forward to playing those. The HO part was ok, I only did one HO puzzle though as most of the time I played the game, I was trying to get through the 3rd (I think) match 3. It went on and on and I never did solve both sides and get the artifacts. I knew as the game progressed that I was going to start running out of air and lose the match 3 anyway, and I dont like stressful timed games like that, (maybe I am wrong and the un-timed selection option wont let you run out of air, but I wasn't interested it playing the game any further). I agree that the graphics were good and the animals cute, that's why I gave it three stars instead of just one. I think I will just uninstall this one and move on. If it is one of the free daily downloads I say go for it, if you dont like it you can always delete it like I did. To all the HO fans that enjoyed it, I salute you, but the game just wasn't for me. Shelliegl
 | Added on: December 6, 2010
 
More interesting and variety than in other match 3 games.
 | Added on: June 21, 2010
 
What a great game! I'm not usually a match-3 type, but I thought I'd give it a shot. After playing the demo for a few, I knew I had to purchase it immediately. Colorful animated sea life made it fun to match, plus you have items that you match to gain treasure $$$ to buy items to help you with the levels, especially those that are more challenging. There are a total of 220 levels (including the bonus levels), that will give you hours and hours of fun. I like how you can rotate the board (it's fun to watch the sea life rotate with the board, as well). There is a nice storyline that keeps you interested, plus there are spots like the Naval Museum, a "Dine if you Dare" restaurant, plus more, that you can play HO's to accumulate tools to help with your board. You can go to these any time, especially if your low on $$$. Overall a fantastic game, even for those not all that interested in match-3 games (pssst, you never know until you try!). Keep 'em coming GH!
 | Added on: March 24, 2011
 
The game has 150+ screens of story play, and then it gives you a bunch of bonus games when you finish the story. I think the story was very good, and I did not expect the twist at the end. I also like that you can go to the hidden object areas to get equipment if you run out of money. Good combination of HO and Match 3. I would like to see more like these.
 | Added on: June 14, 2010
 
I would definitely recommend this game. I love to play match 3 games with a storyline,because it makes you want to see what happens and you get to choose what divers and gear to get you thru the levels. Very addictive.
 | Added on: April 27, 2011
 
I don't play a lot of Match 3's but like them every now and again for a change. At first I thought this was cute and enjoyed it, especially once you had the option of some HOG's whenever you wanted but then I just got bored! The story 'bits' started getting so spread out that I lost interest and almost forgot what the point was! Some of the match 3's are challenging and the HOG's are fun but overall I thought this was TOO much value for money and would have preferred a more compact storyline.
 | Added on: June 15, 2010
 
Really nice change of pace from many of the HOG and 3-match games I've tried lately. Good story line; enjoy being able to change players as a strategy for certain board types. Was very innovative and quite addictive. Excellent game.
 | Added on: April 11, 2011
 
easy on the eyes and ears. a nice full-bodied game!
 | Added on: June 18, 2010
 
I find the game interesting for the mind and a mystery to keep you occupied. some of the scenes could use some fish or sunken vessels as backdrops but otherwise the game is enjoyable and a keeper. would recommend!
 | Added on: June 19, 2010
 
I love this game. It's very addictive and fun to play. The only problem I have is that for me, the relaxed mode is not very relaxing. I can't seem to get past level 49 and it's driving me crazy! However, in the story mode I have no problem getting to the next level. I love the animation and the cute characters in the match 3 part. If you like Fishdom, you will love this game!
 | Added on: May 19, 2011
 
I love this game! I will definitely buy from Gamehouse more often!
 | Added on: May 19, 2011
 
As a long time Bejeweled player I find the match three part of the game routine, but the animation of the pieces give the game a fresh flavor. The real challenge comes in choosing the tools and diver for each game. I like the many levels and the sense of playing a team. I am looking forward to replaying the game with the better understanding I have of the different divers. If you are a match 3 fan and would like a fresh dimension that isn't just another game, try it;you'll like it.
 | Added on: March 17, 2011
 
I really liked this game. I liked the Hidden Oject portion. It breaks up the match 3. Very nice graphics and I like going back to it.
 | Added on: April 1, 2011
 
I love it. I bought it thinking my 8 year old great grandson would like it, and guess what, I can't quit playing it. Maybe by the time we get home from our winter stay, I will be able to give it up. Its not real simple, but not so hard you get stuck too many times.
 | Added on: June 7, 2010
 
I usually only play HO games but I decided to give this one a try since it has a nautical theme. The graphics are good, characters are cute and all in all this is a good game. I would recommend it for anyone that likes match 3 games
 | Added on: April 13, 2012
 
I downloaded this game as a free game and liked it so much decided to buy it. Not normally fond of match 3 games but this has enough diversity with the different divers and the different equipment you can buy that it makes each level play as difficult as you would like. There are two modes of play so you can do the relaxed mode or try the slightly harder timed aspect. The graphics are good and the play is quite long-lived which makes this game quite a good value and very replayable without being boring.
 | Added on: June 7, 2010
 
O.K. graphics aren't real original, nor are the hidden object. But the 3 match is cool with being able to buy and load different tools and rotate the board. Figuring out who is the best diver for the area is pretty neat too. Storylines good. I give 5 stars because the 3 match part is awesome.
 | Added on: November 1, 2010
 
I think this is fantastic. Very addictive and relaxing after a hard days work. The different levels keep it from getting boring and I like how it has a story to it.
 | Added on: February 3, 2011
 
Great graphics and fun to play!Can't wait to buy this game! Thank you for this new fun game!!
 | Added on: June 7, 2010
 
A fun and addictive game. The instructions are easy to follow. I love the ability to tip the table clockwise or counter clockwise to reset the gems . Tons of levels that get decisively more challenging as you go. The game has outstanding graphics, catchy music and plenty of game replay. I have owned the game for over a month and still play it often. Excellent price as I paid more elsewhere. If you enjoy the Jewel Quest series, you'll love this one
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