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  • Summary: Deep Diving Adventures will enable you to experience what it takes to be a modern diver. With relaxing exploration, you will discover the uncharted waters of the world while carefully monitoring your oxygen level and decompression. Gather forsaken relics, visit sunken vessels, discoverDeep Diving Adventures will enable you to experience what it takes to be a modern diver. With relaxing exploration, you will discover the uncharted waters of the world while carefully monitoring your oxygen level and decompression. Gather forsaken relics, visit sunken vessels, discover unknown species and be rewarded by Professor Adams for your findings. Each submerge gives you the opportunity to uncover mysteries that would prefer to remain forever forgotten, such as the lost city of Atlantis. Expand
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  1. Apr 24, 2020
    75
    While the game is mostly focused on exploration and education, every so often you have to fight off sharks and other predators. It feels totally out of place with the rest of the game, watching it veer from “Save biodiversity” to “Zap that shark!” and back again. I understand that the developers probably wanted to gamify sea exploration, but that doesn’t make it any less odd. I wouldn’t say any of those flaws ruin Deep Diving Adventures, though. They may detract a little from the overall experience, but, at the same time, that overall experience is different enough from most other games out there that it still feels pretty unique. As long as you don’t go in expecting something flawless, if nothing else you’ll come away with a whole new appreciation for water levels.
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  1. Mar 16, 2020
    9
    definitely worth a check-out! it's the great harmony of a 1st person adventure meets a rogue-lite,and the 2 styles compliment each other.(youdefinitely worth a check-out! it's the great harmony of a 1st person adventure meets a rogue-lite,and the 2 styles compliment each other.(you keep what you collect each playthrough providing you can escape without running out of air). it reminded me of Subnautica(without the crafting) ,in a good way. the music seems to inspire awe with every breaststroke.it is a sheer joy to just swim in an explorable ocean floor! there is a story but this game shines with its swimming! So if this piques your interest,try it out! Expand
  2. Jun 17, 2021
    5
    The controls really ruin the experience here. Turning is a chore and the moving the camera makes it hard to play and stick with. There are farThe controls really ruin the experience here. Turning is a chore and the moving the camera makes it hard to play and stick with. There are far better ocean exploration games on the Switch (Subnautica). Send some extra cash and avoid this one. Expand