Deep Voyage

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  • Match 3 mermaid fun
  • Eye-popping levels
  • Become a royal sea gardener
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 600 Mhz
  • Memory : 256
  • DiretX : 7.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 39

Review for game Deep Voyage

Tread with a gorgeous mermaid outside the gates of the Underwater Kingdom. She dreams of becoming a royal gardener and winning the design competition. Her rivals are accomplished - can she muster the courage and skill to outrank them? Match like colors and win tokens for power-ups in this sea garden oasis. Deep Voyage is a splendid collapse game with 200 eye-popping levels.



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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

Date release

August 2, 2008

Game Rank

4842 points

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A Garden of Delights
July 31, 2012

I really enjoy Match 3 games. I have tried them all, and own quite a few. When a new one comes out, it's try and buy time. I was so disappointed to see the low reviews of this game, but I didn't read them, so I could form my own opinion. I liked this game immediately. After my hour free play was over, I read the reviews, and then bought the game. I have gotten to level 55 without having to play one over. The power-ups are easily used again and again. The play involves clicking on a color block of 3 or more, rather than moving tiles to make matches. The 62 year old granny finds this game addicting fun.

Difficult
April 28, 2012

I like this game, but it's very difficult to get past the 50th or so level. The timer completes way before you have enough time to look at the board, stratergize your move, and then make it. Can be frustrating.

Fun-Addictive-Challenging
August 13, 2012

If you like a challenge this one's for you! Finally something new for M3 games. Some levels are hard, but if you use your bonus choices wisely they can be completed in time. And, yes... I said choices. You choose your bonuses and the level of power to give them. Lots of built-in extras on game board too... extra time, points, bombs, etc... cool. I've completed 80+ levels without having to replay any... some just in the nick of time. Love this game!

Nice Tones
August 2, 2012

I like that each shape has its own musical tone when matched. It is (visually) difficult to tell if a background has been removed. Power-ups MUST be used on certain objects or else they don't clear; I prefer to sometimes play while trying NOT to use power-ups, as a challenge to myself. Tokens must be collected in order to 'pay' for power-ups, but they can be difficult to spot with much movement on the boards. I still prefer my other (which I cannot name) fishy type match 3 games over this one.

Pleasant Match 3 game
November 14, 2012

I hesitated to get this game because I thought the visuals looked like a kiddy game. However, it's actually quite pretty. The match 3 has some slight twists in it and some difficult situations as you go along. I find I can play it quite happily for a long time (instead of cleaning my house.)

Too Deep
May 26, 2012

It is a great pity that they never had an untimed version of this. It would have been a great game, but the timer is too quick to get past the advanced levels. It has a good storyline and good graphics, and I enjoyed making the undersea garden, but I was literally on one level for YEARS on and off before I realised that I would never finish the game, so gave it up. I am willing to persevere if it seems possible, but with this one, no go.

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