We as a species allegedly know more about the universe than we do about our own oceans — with that in mind, it’s clear there is a need for more underwater exploration (in gaming too right?). So with that in mind, step up Deep Loot an ocean-based loot-‘em-up for iOS.
Developed by Leamington Spa-based indie developer Monster and Monster, Deep Loot’s premise is as simple as its name suggests — in that you go exploring for loot, deep underwater.
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This week we talk about EA Access, the return of The Last of Us, a new take on Crazy Taxi, iOS loot-em-up Deep Loot and barely surviving in Zombie U. We also find out who has used cheat codes before.
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Update 31/07/14 – Deep Loot is out now for free (offers in-game purchases) for iPhone and iPad.
From time to time we like to shine our Indie Game Spotlight. Today we shine that spotlight on Monster and Monster to take a look at the Leamington Spa based developer’s upcoming mobile title Deep Loot.
Deep Loot, the fifth release from Monster and Monster, is a charming platform puzzle game described by its developer as an “underwater loot-’em up”.
Presented in a charming 16-bit style, Deep Loot sees players control a deep sea diver who traverses platform under the ocean in order to recover treasure, artefacts and avoid the creatures of the sea. The loot can then be used to purchase weaponry and upgrade equipment.
The game also features a wonderful 16-bit style synth soundtrack that matches its visual style superbly.