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Explore Lost Vessels and Untold Secrets in the Mysterious Deep
Join an expedition to the unexplored abyss - a fascinating world of strange creatures, lost vessels, and a wealth of untold secrets. Search for ancient wrecks, underwater trenches, missing airplanes, and even the Titanic, the most famous lost ship.
Climb on board your Mini-sub and dive as deep as you dare!!!
Perform scientific research in the Romanche Trench - 32,000 feet below the surface.
Search for the missing "Flight 19" deep in the heart of the Bermuda triangle.
Team up with the U.S. Navy to clean up underwater nuclear waste.
Find and photograph the legendary Titanic and honor its victims with a plaque at the site - and more!
Dazzling 256 color VGA graphics, sound, and music bring the underwater world to life.
The mysteries of the sea await your discovery...
This is an educational and entertaining piece of software designed primarily for school children. Far less complex than a submarine battle simulation, yet in many ways more colorful, it simulates deep sea explorations in portions of the Caribbean and Atlantic Oceans. The missions are to observe and explore. One mission is to study the remains of the historic "Titanic." Players will find this piece of sunken history in a condition similar to that in which it was actually found.
Windows: 100% compatible 386 PC required (486 highly recommended), 1 MB expanded memory, 4.5 MB hard drive, and 7 MB temporary during play, MS-DOS 5.0 or higher, Double-speed CD-ROM drive, Mouse, 256 color VGA, Sound Blaster, AdLib, Pro Audio Spectrum, PC Speaker.
Computer Gaming World, December 1993
"Discoveries of the Deep features some colorful graphics, and its underwater scenery is often captivating....The program's designers are to be complimented for including extensive on-line help. The player may instantly call up either a short list of commands or several pages of extensive information."
CD-ROM Access. All rights for original work reserved.