10 Days Under The Sea - Refreshing Adventure
10 Days Under The Sea is a new hidden object game from FlyWheel Games. The title is quite attractive itself. Who wouldn't like to spend some time under the sea when it is hot outside? So in this seek-and-find game you are going to do a lot of searching under the water, but that's not the only thing to do.
You are to travel all around the world in search of pieces of the compass in order to save your younger sister.
You come home and find out that your younger sister has disappeared. You actually can see her but you need to get her spirit back. She opened her father's compass and an old man appeared and captured her. Now he demands that you go and find the pieces of the compass and the treasures.
So Diana starts the search of these things. The compass she has points the direction of the next location.
All your way is shown on the map. As you can see from the very beginning, you are going to sail all around the world. Spain, Egypt, China are some of the locations on the map. There are nine locations with five screens in each. The screens in every location hardly ever resemble the area you are in. But the music does correspond to the place you have come to.
Not only the seek-and-find challenge together with mini-games awaits you in this journey, but also fun of taking pictures of all kinds of fishes.
The hidden object part is pretty standard - you get a list of things to find and a cluttered screen. There are five hints for you but they are for the whole location, which is for five screens.
There are also artifacts to help you. You collect them as other objects and then you can use them to find some of the items. Don't even expect this stuff to be left unused cause things are hidden very well there.
After each location you play a mini-game. The mini-games are nothing special - match game or repeat the music game, for example.
But that is not all. Not all screens are under the water, but most of them are. When you are under the sea, you observe different kinds of fishes going back and forth. And not only for the observation is then here, but also for the opportunity to take pictures of them. And it's kind of fun.
You can take those pics any time you want. All the pictures are rated and saved into the photo album.
The game doesn't bring any new mind blowing twists to the genre, but it does offer an exciting experience of being under water.
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