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Atlantis; once a prosperous island nation, now an undersea kingdom. However, the people of Atlantis face impending doom once again. The shield that allows them to live underwater is 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. Find the Crystals in this innovative physics-based marble dropper!


  • Enjoy over 60 levels of a unique blend of physics and Match-3 gameplay!
  • Collect 7 awesome power-ups, like the Bomb Pearl, the Lightning Pearl, or the Ghost Pearl!
  • Includes bonus challenge levels, mini-games, and Zen Mode with unlimited replayability!
  • Find all the Power Crystals and save Atlantis from disaster once again!
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Legacy Interactive Incorporated
Alder Games
Legacy Interactive Incorporated
Thursday, November 29, 2012
Customer notes
Minimum Requirements
  • Windows 7/Vista
  • Pentium 3 1GHz Processor
  • 512MB RAM
  • DirectX 8.1
  • 128MB Video Card
  • 16 Bit DirectX Compatible Sound Card
  • 24X CD-ROM Drive
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Reviews for Atlantis: Pearls of the Deep

A bubble popping game with some physics.

Most of the games where all you have to do is to pop colorful bubbles are pretty dull and similar to each other. However, makes of Atlantis: Pearls Deep menaged to pull some intovation into the genre. How they did it? It is simple! They've adde some physics elements, which determine the falling of the bubbles. Also, there are few different powerups, that certainly add some innovation and fun into the game. As for such a simple game, it is pretty long, as there are 60 + levels, but many of them are pretty similar, and thats the main downside of this game - it can get boring quite fast. But if you are looking for an amazing and straightforward game that you can play in short bursts, then Atlantis: Pearls Deeps will be a good choice.

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