Mission: Deep Sea Image
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  • Summary: 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.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 BEAUTIFUL 3D WORLD
    A well-designed and graphically imaginative world beneath the sea! Explore the environment in three dimensions, diving into shipwrecks and wandering through underwater gardens.

    EXPERIENCE LIFE BENEATH THE WAVES
    For the first time ever, dive into the ocean and experience underwater swimming as a sea turtle.

    INNOVATIVE MULTI-TOUCH SWIMMING INTERFACE
    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.

    Mission: Deep Sea is developed by Hiccup Studios and published by Chillingo Ltd
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  1. Feb 17, 2011
    75
    An impressive start, even if there isn't enough to keep you under the sea for very long.
  2. Feb 17, 2011
    65
    One suggestion, to make this feature better, is to use Push Notifications to tell you if someone beats your score or challenges you in real time.
  3. Feb 17, 2011
    60
    Mission: Deep Sea is an experience more than it is a game, with the swipe controls filling in for more difficult challenge, but it's still well worth a play for the experience or for your kids.
  4. Mar 20, 2011
    60
    As it stands it's a short, quirky and somewhat disappointing attempt at doing something different. Almost but not quite there yet.
  5. Feb 17, 2011
    50
    Mission: Deep Sea then is a mixed bag. On the one hand [or flipper] it looks great, but on the other it just doesn't offer enough content, instead teasing you with some interesting gameplay ideas but a short lived experience.