Deep Blue Sea 2 Now Available

Mon, Apr 5, 2010

Casual, Puzzle

Last week, TriplePoint client The Game Equation announced the launch of their Deep Blue Sea 2. The match-3 puzzler challenges users to dive into beautiful ocean waters, and to discover buried treasures and ancient artifacts before their tanks run out of air.

Deep Blue Sea 2 also includes three different hidden-object locations, which sees the game combining two of the biggest genres in casual gaming today. The match 3 elements span over 200 levels, and see users rotating the game board as but one strategy to move their new-found treasures to the puzzles’ exit slots.

The game’s story focuses on Jessica, who was featured in the first game, who has gone missing, and you’ll meet up with a cast of other characters who will join you on your quest to unravel the mystery surrounding her disappearance, and find treasures along the way.

“We wanted to create a casual game that entertains and enchants both beginners and long-time casual gamers by offering challenging puzzles embedded in an immersive storyline that draws players into the underwater world,” said Brian Meidell, founder of The Game Equation, via a company press release. “We combined updated puzzle components, opportunities for power-ups, an engaging story and detailed graphics to create an original experience that is deeper than the typical casual game.”

Deep Blue Sea 2 is available for $16.95 on the game’s official website, or, you can also try a free demo before you decide whether or not to make a purchase.

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