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Reveal The Deep

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Reveal the Deep is a short exploration-based indie game, where the user traverses through the wreck of a 19th century steamship.

There is a heavy focus on piecing together the story of the ship's past, through a variety of notes and clues.

Puzzles and mysteries will be encountered all the way through!
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Lazy Monday Games
Lazy Monday
Age rating
13+ Teen

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: 1.2GHz or Higher
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DX9.0 Compatible
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 70 MB available space

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: Mac OS X 10.6 or above
  • Processor: Intel 2 GHz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGL 2.0 Support, and recommended dedicated graphics card with 128 MB of RAM
  • Storage: 70 MB available space

System requirements for Linux

  • OS: Ubuntu or Equivilent
  • Processor: Single Core 2.1GHz + or Dual Core 1.2GHz +
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGL 2.0 Support, and recommended dedicated graphics card with 128 MB of RAM
  • Storage: 70 MB available space

System requirements for Android

2.2 and up
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Last Modified: Sep 30, 2022

Where to buy

Google Play

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Reveal The Deep reviews and comments

The game is nice with a good atmosphere and use of shadows. It could use 2 or 3 more levels, and if so then an explored map.  
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Under Linux, it doesn't start right. You have to start the .jar File yourself for it. The 300 + Megs Downloads are almost exclusively Java, which does not work. Maybe it runs on 32bit Linux, but not under 64bit. The Game itself is ... Meh... More a "proof of concept" than a Game. Menu consists only of Text and Saving you can as it does not seem really. You simply play through the Chapters individually by selecting them. Heavy Boxes that fall shake the Screen and have a proper Wumms behind it, which would actually be OK if a small Crab Didn't make the same Wumms. The positive ones are the loving Letters and Diary Entries. From the Story point of view, it's OK, but the Game isn't really a Game. Have only paid 48 Cents for it, so I shouldn't be that negative, but it's worse than a Flash or Unity Game on a Website. The Game is now in my Steam List forever ...
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Reveal The Deep is a small indie game by The Developer Lazy Monday Games, which consists of two People. This is the first joint Game between the two Developers. On Plot: In Reveal The Deep you play an unspecified Helmet Diver who explores the Wreck of a 19Th-century Steamboat. One comes across various Diary Entries and Relics from the Past, from which the Fate of the once proud Ship and its Crew Coalesces like a Puzzle. For Graphic: The Game is in a simple 2D retro look, which is still able to create a beautiful Environment. In particular, the Lighting Is to be emphasized, which contributes significantly to the Atmosphere. Apart from that, I was thrilled by the loving Drawings that you meet again and again in the Course of the Plot. To Sound: Music is completely dispensed with, but the Soundscape comes into Its own All the more-which is of course good. Nevertheless, at least at the End, a little Melody would not have hurt, as in my Opinion it is a little too unspectacular. For Control: This is kept very simple and you soon got involved in it. Nevertheless, as far As Jumps are concerned, a few Edges and Spawns are set somewhat unfavorably-which can sometimes lead to Frustration. Which is just as a shame that you can't save manually-progress doesn't last until after Completing a Chapter. To the Atmosphere: As already mentioned, a pleasant Graphics and wonderful Soundscape form an excellent Atmosphere, which is also the Main Strength of Reveal The Deep. In my Opinion (apart from the weakening Conclusion) the action is also exciting and also contributes to The Formation of Atmospheres-if you get involved with it. Verdict: A small But fine game below sea Level-the Premiere was successful Lazy Monday Games. People who don't know English, don't like reading, expect a lot of Action from a Game and are easily prone to Frustration, but should rather leave their Fingers off it.
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