The Game Equation has just announced that they are working on Deep Blue Sea 2, a match 3 and hidden object combination game for Mac and PC and the direct sequel to the successful Deep Blue Sea. Scenes and levels are based on various places such as exotic locales and even an underwater city (could this be the fabled lost Atlantis?). The, over 200 levels of, match 3 levels of this seafaring adventure has would be treasure hunters matching sea creatures and treasures from the deep to release artifacts that are buried. New features to this formula are board rotation and other advanced moves that change the gameplay up. Having a keen eye and sharp wits about you are surely a bonus when you take on the hidden object levels (there are over 60 of them so get ready) taking place in 3 different locations. Throughout your travels you will be able to pick up crew members with unique ablities to help with your search for treasure.
Brian Meidell, founder of The Game Equation, said, “Casual games shouldn’t sacrifice quality, innovation or complexity. The superior graphics and level of engagement are unprecedented in Deep Blue Sea 2 and will appeal to first-time players and experienced casual gamers alike.” The puzzles and adventures are built within multiple underwater graphical worlds, so there is much to explore and uncover.
Deep Blue Sea 2 by The Game Equation – website
Platform: Mac and PC
Due: March 2010