Hidden Wonders of the Depths 2 HD for iPad and iPhone Now Available

Posted by Conor Murphy on August 18, 2011 in Big Fish News, Big Fish Studios, Game News -- Share:

Hidden Wonders of the Depths 2 HD for iPadWe are very excited to announce out latest mobile release: Hidden Wonders of the Depths 2 for iPad and iPhone! This is Big Fish’s first Match 3 release for the iPad, and it will not disappoint.

It is up to you to help your crab explore the underwater world in the hit sequel, Hidden Wonders of the Depths 2! Clear a path to the treasure chest in each level to advance to the next stage as you travel the globe. As you advance you’ll play exciting mini-games and fun puzzles! Bask in the beauty of the sea and experience the addicting Match 3 gameplay.

Can you travel from ocean to ocean and help your friendly crab?

If you are new to Match 3 games or are not yet a part of the mobile crowd, take a moment to try Bejeweled 2 or Fishdom 2 on PC or Mac today!

Key Gameplay Features

We wanted to take a minute to list what makes this game so much fun.

1. Graphics

Beautiful graphics and underwater utopias provide players with astonishing scenes, and the ultimate game play experience.

2. Game Play

The game has 25 levels with 10 sub-levels of game play, providing players with a total of 250 levels of game play.

3. Variety

Five different sub-types of game play makes this game highly re-playable.

4. Additional Content

Unlock additional puzzles and hidden object scenes throughout the game, and build up a sunken ship! You can even purchase fish to create your own undersea aquarium.

Screenshots

We’ve included some screenshots from the game for you to check out.

Hidden Wonders of the Depths 2 HD for iPad and iPhone Screenshot 1
Hidden Wonders of the Depths 2 HD for iPad and iPhone Screenshot 2
Hidden Wonders of the Depths 2 HD for iPad and iPhone Screenshot 3

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Conor is a Marketing Manager with Big Fish, working out of the Seattle office. In his spare time he enjoys watching science documentaries and playing old school adventure games. Get in touch with him on Twitter! or Google+