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Atlantis: Pearls of the Deep

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$ 9.99 USD

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Atlantis, once a prosperous island nation, is now an undersea kingdom. Now, the people of Atlantis face impending doom once again as the shield that allows them to live underwater falls dangerously low on power! The benevolent Queen of Atlantis enlists the help of beautiful mermaids to search for Power Crystals, hidden in ancient underwater ruins. Help them find the Crystals in this innovative physics-based marble dropper!

  • 60 Levels of Unique Gameplay!
  • Collect all 7 Power-ups!
  • Bonus Levels!
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.2 GHz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 82 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Atlantis: Pearls of the Deep 4.6 5 16 16
This one was just right! Atlantis: Pearls of the Deep required just the right amount of strategy. Levels required some planning and patience, but all the levels are doable. May 25, 2013
Beautiful Atlantis! This is a visual delight! The music is soft and hypnotic. Very easy to run out of time relaxing to the sounds. You pop pearls by dropping them. There is a nice assortment of levels with varying degrees of difficulty. I found this to be entertaining and mildly challenging - my speed. December 22, 2012
Nice game I've been looking for a non-flashy, non-stressful marble popper game after getting hooked on Butterfly Escape and being unable -- after hundreds of valiant attempts -- to get past the more difficult levels. Tried and rejected Zuma and others because they were too noisy and flashy and hard on my eyes. So I played the trial for about 45 minutes and decided to buy it. Wish they had some help, but I guess I will figure stuff out eventually. December 22, 2012
This was fun....for a while I'm not sure how I happened to buy this...but after playing the one hour of demo time I HAD TO HAVE IT. It's not a hidden object game, not adventure, not puzzle, but I really had fun. It's just a number of different exercises trying to eliminate "pearls" or marbles from the screen. It's a mix between target practice and a pinball game. The background music is soothing. The game is relaxing. It's crazy fun! Certainly atypical for me but I strongly recommend it. You can't not have a good time. NOW, I'm ready to go back to adventure/puzzle/hidden object. This was the break I needed. April 23, 2013
Wonderful time waster! Pearls is a really great way to waste a lot of time! I must have spent over an hour the first time I played it, without even realizing it. Visually it is really pretty, there is a good balance of easy and difficult levels. I found the story a bit lame, and really not that necessary. I just wish there were more levels to play! Bring on Atlantis: Part two! May 7, 2013
Needs to be more upbeat Atlantis: Pearls of the Deep was rather disappointing. I was expecting a Bust-a-Move or Luxor kind of marble popper, but this was like the original Jar of Marbles. Although it has great undersea graphics and a mysteries of the deep kind of theme, the lulling drone of the background music made this game a little too relaxing, but it was not enough to lull me back to bed, even when it was twenty-nine degrees in Chipley, Florida this morning. Each puzzle has a new challenge, and sometimes you have to work around gears and other little obstacles to get past to pop the "pearls" needed to help the queen of Atlantis bring her undersea city back to life. We do get a blue-haired mermaid as aguide, but she's a little two-dimensional, and just as flat as this game is. I've abut had it with the Jar of Marbles type of puzzle games. Devs need to make these games a little more upbeat, especially in the sound department. There are lots of marble popper games out there. You won't really miss much if you pass up Atlantis: Pearls of the Deep. December 22, 2012
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