The PC/Mac game combines the match-three puzzle genre with the world of hidden object games, all set in tropical locations, including an underwater city.
The gameplay’s unique take on the match three formula includes a rotating board and other elements that make the game stand out. The title is set to include over 200 of the aforementioned match three levels, and an additional 60 hidden object levels.
Additionally, Deep Blue Sea 2 is one of the few casual puzzle games to include an in-depth storyline, complete with characters to recruit (each with their own special abilities), and new equipment and upgrades to purchase.
Deep Blue Sea 2 is set to release this March, and a demo will be made available before its release. For now though, head over to the game’s official website to learn more about the game.