Let's confess it: it's hard to produce something revolutionary after the release of Bejeweled and Big Kahuna Reef. But certainly it does not mean puzzle games will always be the same.
Secrets of the Seas - a matching puzzle published by iWin, suggests a very original look on matching puzzle game mechanics. The point of the game is to create horizontal, vertical and square matches by fitting the grids of the identical items into the playfield that is already filled with various objects. Hard to explain it with words only, but as you try it out, you'll grasp the point at first sight, which adds the value to the game.
The only "traditional" thing about the game is that it takes place in the bottom of the sea, a traditional background for mumerous puzzles. Moreover, the game features adventure plot... By creating the clusters, you approach to the clue to the mystery of the last Inca king and so, in fact your mission is to find his crown in the bottom of the sea.
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