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Ocean Rift review - ChristCenteredGamer.com

Ocean Rift review - ChristCenteredGamer.com It’s a casual sea exploration game where you can visit twelve different habitats of exotic and extinct sea creatures.If you ever wanted to swim with dolphins, orca whales, manatees, or sea lions, you’ll probably enjoy this game.

Lost Sea Review - Xbox One

Lost Sea Review - Xbox One Set in the perilous environment of the Bermuda Triangle, Lost Sea sends your random character exploring randomly generated islands in search of a random mysterious portal which will hopefully take you home.There is a lot of randomness in Lost Sea but that is what makes it what it is.

Lost Sea - PS4 Review | Chalgyr's Game Room

Lost Sea - PS4 Review | Chalgyr's Game Room Overall Lost Sea is a great Roguelike that sticks to that concept very well without introducing loads of other features that bury the point.The search for the tablets can be an exhilarating or terrifying one depending upon which island you fortunately or unfortunately landed upon as the danger of death is always near very real with only ever having your weapon as a constant companion.

Age of Pirates 2: City of Abandoned Ships Released on GOG

Age of Pirates 2: City of Abandoned Ships Released on GOG com service, and now they've followed that release up with its sequel, (aka Sea Dogs: City of Abandoned Ships).You can score the latest entry for $5.

Who Za Warldos under the sea!?

Who Za Warldos under the sea!? Stomach in a Knot' Bodypainting artist 23 hrs agoShia LaBeouf's cam trolled 21 hrs agoA Tale of Two Rulers Part 59 & 60 18 hrs agoWe Need To Nuke More Countries 20 hrs agoA Tale of Two Rulers Part 62 7 hrs agoWould The Aztecs Be Happy?20 hrs ago

This sea snake bot looks like it escaped from a sci-fi nightmare, but it’s actually here to help

This sea snake bot looks like it escaped from a sci-fi nightmare, but it’s actually here to help The tagline to 1978’s Jaws 2 is, “Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water!” It’s a strapline that could equally be adopted by the makers of Eelume, a snake-like robot designed to live underwater and repair undersea infrastructure, such as pipelines and oil rigs.