Real Time Strategy. Dive into the depths of the ocean to take part in unforgettable underwater battles for supremacy. Two factions the Abyssians and the Gordlons are fighting for ocean dominancy and you are going to be the commander of the Abyssian Defence Force. You have workers and different types of warriors. Workers gather resources ( crystals and magma bubbles ) and build necessary structures. Warriors are produced in special buildings and they are indispensable for the victory. Combat system is simple and comfortable; first of all you form separate units from your army and then point them a destination point; they'll occasionally encounter some enemy resistance and fight automatically or you should click on enemies, though later levels require a bit more strategy than just throwing your armies directly on the bad guys.
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
Deep Quest is a captivating game that appeals you by the underwater settings and really attractive character design. The nautical characters are also brought to life by some quality voice-over work. Though there's not a lot of it, what's here is very well done. The music is nice too, managing to strike a good balance between being appropriately regal and somewhat whimsical. We only wish there was more of it than the few tracks that endlessly repeat though out the game. That said, we do like how the music changes depending on what you're doing. All in all, Deep Quest is the decent RTS that impress you by easy and addictive game play, amusing characters and beautiful underwater settings.
Offline gameplay: 1 player
ESRB Ratio: Everyone
Extras and features:
Stunning Undewater Graphics 10 Challenging Quests Amazing Storyline with Many Twists Variety of Units and Structures
Difficulty level is too hard sometimes
OS: Windows XP, Windows Me, Windows Vista Memory: 256 MB DirectX: 9.0c or later CPU: P3 800
DeepQuest, Deep Qeust, Dip Quest