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Explore the Underworld as a Jellyfish in Seashine

February 9, 2016 - Written By Alexander Maxham

This game here from Pated is a bit of an interesting one. In Seashine, you start out as a newborn, fragile jellyfish. And throughout the game you are struggling to maintain a fading light which is in the darkness of the deep ocean caves. The entire point of the game here is to survive, and as a newly born jellyfish, that can be quite the task to take on. You’ll also be exploring the mysterious underworld and absorbing all the light you find so you can live just that much longer. There are plans that lick in the obscurity down here, and bizarre creatures which are waiting to take a bite of you. It’s survival of the fittest here in Seashine for Android.

Seashine allows you to explore a gorgeous and endless underworld full of unknown dangers and strange creatures. It also offers you an unlimited experience where each game is unique, meaning that you’ll never face the same challenge twice in Seashine. Pated has made the controls for this game pretty good, they are intuitive and work well for touch-screen devices. And considering it’s made for Android, that’s a pretty important feature. The developer also has a pretty dynamic and beautiful soundtrack which reacts to the environment as you are playing the game.

This is an adventure game on the Google Play Store, and it’s actually a pretty fun one to be playing. If you’ve always wanted to see what the dark parts of the ocean really look like, this is definitely a game for you to download. It’s a fairly simple game, and it has some pretty amazing graphics to go along with it. The developer also recently added immersive mode, allowing you to take advantage of the entire screen on your smartphone or tablet (depending on which device you’re playing it on). There’s also Google Play Games support (auto-login for Google Play Games was added in the last update). Allowing you to compete against your friends and earn achievements. The game is free, but there are in-app purchases, which range from $0.99 to $4.99 per item. And the game weighs in at a pretty small, 49 megabytes.