Summary: Really enjoyed this game. Loved the graphics and the "personalities" of the different sea creatures. Was able to get into the story even though I didn't play the first one. I thought the different tools and abilities of the divers was a nice touch and really well done. Choosing which diver to use when was an added challenge. Enjoyed the rotating board, which was utilized very well.
Summary: Fantastic, and totally addicting! I didn't think I'd like anything as much as Big Kahuna Reef and Call of Atlantis, but this Match 3 is unique & fun. Nice, ambient music. Beautiful scenery. Funny animated blocks. Great underwater sound effects. Tons of tools for breaking blocks, earning treasure to purchase more tools, and the choice to do some hidden-object searches if you want more tools (but you don't have to do those at all).
Summary: If you liked any of the Fishdom games you will enjoy this game. It has a lot of added dimesions that make playing a pleasant experience. The music is not annoying and the graphics on the tablets are cute and easy to tell apart. I just hate it when I have to squint to tell the difference between a clam and sea urchin. So, if you have time to waste, Deep will keep you occupied.
Summary: This game is so good it's addictive. Love the music, love the gameplay and instant-play reaction of the pieces. I have the first one - loved it - and this one has even better. An absolute winner!
Summary: Thank you, thank you, thank you :o) For this woderfull game. I love playing match 3 games and hidden object, so this is just THE game for me. I love the design, and the music is just perfect. Even more I love that there is so many levels. I have now palyed for 17 hours and I am not even half way through the game :o) The ting about rotating the board gives the game that little extra - but in a big way, that makes it SO much more fun to play. What else to love??
Summary: For a match 3 game, this one is exceedingly well done. It's a nice mix of short HOG and match 3. The only thing about it is that it just doesn't hold the interest well enough and there is nothing new here. The premise is that you are diving for treasure, and each dive allows you to do something more, such as rotate the match 3 screen, etc. You collect coins to buy equipment to use on the dives.