Dive: The Medes Islands Secret is the second game developed by Cosmonaut Games, and it will be distributed online through Nintendo's WiiWare service.
"It was in the Great Medes Monastery, in 1412, where Martin I "The Human", leader of an Order of the Temple and long-time resident of the island, was buried. The secrets of the Order were also buried with him, where they would be sealed in the same crypt and kept through the centuries. But two hundred years later, an earthquake split the island in two and the crypt disappeared into the depths of the Mediterranean Sea."
This is the start of the story that will take John Sanders, the hero, on an adventure through the 10 levels that make up the came "DIVE: The Medes Islands Secret", a Platform/Action game that is rooted on the Medes Islands, a fantastic protected natural landscape located at the heart of the Costa Brava in catalonia, Spain.
Dive: The Medes Islands Secret recreates underwater scenes from 10 different real locations from around the world, with large levels filled with enemies, mazes, dangers and treasures. It contains an economic system that will enable players to exchange or upgrade their diving equipment, which is required to reach the deepest mysteries.
Dive: The Medes Island Secret could be seen as a natural extension of Nintendo's own Endless Ocean series for Wii. Dive moves the concept of being a deep sea diver to the 2D plane with only one key goal: find as much treasure as possible in the effort to unlock the titular Medes...read full review
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