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Mission: Deep Sea

By Chillingo Ltd

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67% OFF - TIME LIMITED SALE! The year is 2016, and technological advancements have allowed us to control sea turtles to carry out underwater missions for the good of humanity. Using the sea turtle’s natural ability to swim long distances underwater, you must locate radioactive waste and label it for destruction.

A well-designed and graphically imaginative world beneath the sea! Explore the environment in three dimensions, diving into shipwrecks and wandering through underwater gardens.

For the first time ever, dive into the ocean and experience underwater swimming as a sea turtle.

An ingenious use of the touch screen to control the turtle! Place your fingers in the middle of the screen, and sweep to the corners to propel your turtle in any direction.

Players can see how they compare to other players in the world via a comprehensive scoring system, online leaderboards and achievements through the Crystal Social Gaming Community! Also, challenge your friends anytime anywhere!

Mission: Deep Sea is developed by Hiccup Studios and published by Chillingo Ltd

What's New in Version 1.3

Players can see how they compare to other players in the world via a comprehensive scoring system, online leaderboards and achievements through the Crystal Social Gaming Community! Also, challenge your friends anytime anywhere!

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Customer Reviews

needs a little more

It took forever for me to figure out if I tap on the Indtructions screen and the words are flashing on, tapping it again does not speed it up, it makes you exit. When I finally learned how the turtle moved, I was disappointed to find out, I'm just swimming around tagging things. I couldn't keep up with the giant manta in level 2, so I couldn't tag it. And finally, once I made it to a barrell, it took reloading the game 4 times for me to figure out I'm supposed to get the turtle's head to touch the bottom of the barrell. You don't tap it with your finger and there's no button that says "tag target". I really wish their were better instructions, more scenery in the water (coral reefs, plants, and more tropical fish), and .... I dunno, a different purpose for the game. Maybe... ridding the waters of predators. You know, swim, bite, ram...? Other than that, I thought the controls, the setting, and the quality were great.

Great concept, but .............

This is a great idea and reminds me of echo the dolphin, but the time limit is lame and there should be a way to play without it. There is much potential for this but I doubt enough people will get this game to help finance an update. The story is completely blotched by un-originality and a half-assed execution delivering it. There could have been a great story (animal world based) that could have pushed this game to the top.

Positive reviews stem from the fact that this is an underwater adventure, but I would have liked to have seen:
1. Accelerometer controls
2. Touch and hold to charge up a dash move
3. More coral and atmospheric effects
4. Mermaids, palaces, and sea-life characters that help you on your quest.
5. Hostile sea life and attack moves.
6. An open-world environment to explore (hint: ravenword)
7. Increased draw distance for 3GS
How about a GOOD story. This game feels like a tech demo with the dumbest story to ever hit gaming. This idea had so much potential (think echo the dolphin ps2) and could have focused more on a brilliant story to deliver this brilliant and beautiful concept. I hope they improve the functions of the turtle and give this game the story it deserves.

Caveat Emptor

An iPhone game that costs 99 cents & only gives you 5 missions (& the missions only take you like 5-10 minutes on average!). It's more like 4 missions + an after-thought, since they have you go back to get 'photos' of stuff you've already explored in the previous mission-- Wow, how generous of the devs to throw that in for us, right?
The controls take some getting used to but by the end you're like 'what was the d*** point?'.
Plus the 'stunning graphics' are hardly a selling point in a game that's so out-dated.
Also, it may just be me, but i had issue with the concept as well-- you're sitting in a room, controlling the brain/actions of a sea turtle micro-chipped by the government. Then you force it into searching out radioactive/toxic waste & missiles? Yea, that sounds like such an 'awesome team' (as the game calls your little duo).
Ok bottom line, don't waste your money on a game that's seriously lacking content (& is, after 2 years of nothing, obviously never going to get any more content added either).
Better options-- If you want a game with similar gameplay and/or concepts, check out: Glowfish, Rogue Sky, Aquaria, or Crow. All of which would be totally worth your time & money.

Mission: Deep Sea
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  • $0.99
  • Category: Games
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  • Version: 1.3
  • Size: 46.8 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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