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Empress Of The Deep

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A beautiful young woman wakes up in a vast and mysterious undersea temple complex, not knowing who or where she is. She soon learns that she has been frozen in a death-like slumber in a secret crypt for over a century. Now she must escape the crypt and explore the ancient underwater chambers to unravel the mystery. Use your Hidden Object and puzzle-solving skills to help Anna unlock the enchanted Royal Relics, reveal the terrible secrets of the Dark Empress, and piece together her own shocking identity … before its too late! Along the way she encounters strange and mysterious characters. But who truly wants to help her? And who wants her dead? The fate of humanity lies in her hands.

Features :

• Over 140 breathtaking scenes in a vast undersea temple and cloud city.
• Immersive locations, fantastic story and unique object hunting and mini-games.
• Meet mysterious characters to gain vital clues. Who can you trust? Who will deceive?
• Stop the Evil Empress from destroying the underwater world.
• Escape to the utopian city in the clouds.
Release date
Gogii Games
Strategy First
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
  • Processor: 1.0 GHz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX compatible video card
  • DirectX: Version 8.1
  • Storage: 200 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Microsoft from Deutsch
No, sorry, but I can't keep playing. The Graphics in the Hidden Object Pictures are just too bad and I have no Desire to let myself be guided through a Game thanks to the Auxiliary function. Besides, the Sound and the Speakers seem to come directly from a Meditation Seminar, so relaxing they have ... Unfortunately, which hardly fits the Story. Good only that I got it in a Bundle so the Loss is not all too high. Wenns is down below €1., you can try it, otherwise there are significantly better Games for Money.
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Microsoft from French
Empress of the deep is friendly, memorable... No, but nice to play. He possesses for him the charm of an old point ' n ' click with these fixed 3D decorations (Atlantis, Versaille,... for those who know) and the sweetness of a hidden who does not seek to harm you... The SOC are not very difficult and the few puzzles that decorate the whole are so simple that they will only take a handful of seconds to be finished. Likewise, each scene has a star in the left corner to tell you that there is nothing more to do at all... The story also is very simple, your character wakes up amnesiac in a city at the bottom of the sea and your goal is to know who you are and why you are there... The characters ' doublings are nice and add a plus. The only downside that ruins a bit of the game is the resolution... In 1024 * 768, one is limited to see the objects of SOC... And all of this is a pity... With a lifespan of about 3h00... even less, this first part of Empress of the deep has everything from the game to do in the evening to relax.
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Microsoft from Russian
Publisher Strategy First continues to upload to the service Steam poorly working on modern PC games. The New victim of tyranny fell Empress of the Deep, which is not so long ago to be so openly scored. Trying to optimize under the PC (and playing with the phone-tablets) The game was considered overkill, and released "as it was." Because of this, the maximum resolution is very small and it cannot be configured. Also due to the dumb engine of the game, she is not shy to cut down. Let's Add to this the lack of the possibility to save (who should check whether the save works or not before the release on Steam), and get a very poorly working program. Of Course, the brakes associated with the resolution are solved by translating the game into windowed mode. But looking at a very small square in the center of the screen is a fun little. Frankly speaking, the game is not very bad, it is a set of simple puzzles. Beautifully drawn picture attracts, but the "performance" of the game just kills a popoval. If you want to play a simple quest with easy puzzles, buy the second part of this game, which at least works normally.
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