10 Days Under The Sea

Set sail on the open seas, and help Little Carrie find her spirit. It`s been removed from her body by the ghost of a mysterious old man. Luckily she`s stumbled upon an ancient compass, but things aren`t quite as they appear. The pieces to the compass are scattered below the waves. Comb underwater scenes for hidden objects in gorgeous locations like the Sea of Japan, the Caribbean, and the Nile. Can you restore the state of things in 10 Days Under the Sea?

Frustrating from that standpoint. Mini-games were cute: 'find a pair' memory card game, swap pieces to create a picture, a music puzzle that lights up with music and you click them back, and flip-switches to light-up the complete picture. This is a cute game for kids with colorful graphics! I'm playing it for the third time right now. Ghosts and dead people raised from the dead is a turn off and is inappropriate for children especially. This one I'll buy. I finished the free trial free game of the day but will not purchase because of the story line. Traveling 10 days - five locations each day and one final scene. Well done! I cannot recommend it for children because of the story line and objects children would have no way of knowing what they are. Sometimes I clicked on something and it was correct, but I had to look at the list to tell me what I'd found. The scenes and also the background music has a psychedelic vibe which really chills you out and adds to the atmosphere of the game. The re-playability is also very good. There is some photography skill involved here and that's almost like another game in itself! Hidden objects are reasonably easy to find, although many are not consistent with the scene depicted.

Some arcade involvement. When you capture great photos of over two dozen species of fish, you are awarded a golden goblet for the "Best Naturalist Photographer of the Year". Or they don't look like what you would expect. Hints and power-ups are quite scarce, and you can't replace them until the next chapter, which gives you about 1 hint per scene. Items were hard to see no matter how I had my settings. This game is a cross between a hidden object game and Snapshot Adventure. You also have the option of taking pictures of the fish, and clicking on a pellet feeder to shoot fish food into the water. I really enjoyed playing this game! What I liked about the game was the fish and taking pictures of them. The scenes and also the background music has a psychedelic vibe which really chills you out and adds to the atmosphere of the game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Suelovesgames from Psychedelic Fun This is very relaxing. Too bad. I have to think enough at work and when I sit down at a game I just want to relax. Graphics are crisp and soundtrack is acceptable.


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I have to think enough at work and when I sit down at a game I just want to relax. Story line was lost somewhat Jewel Match: Snowscapes the game itself, unsure it was all that important. You also have the option of taking pictures of the fish, and clicking on a pellet feeder to shoot fish food into the water. This game is a cross between a hidden object game and Snapshot Adventure. Not nearly enough. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Gameritis50 from A "must-have" for fish lovers It is an unsung favorite, I couldn't stop playing. Her eyes were much keener than mine, but she needed a little help 10 Days Under The Sea Ballad of Solar items. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by janmo from Xray eyes? Too Battle Slots. Even so, with an appropriate story line not involving dead people, spirits, and magic plus appropriate objects that could be Uhder, this game could have easily been a five star game. The re-playability is also very good. There is some photography skill involved here and that's almost like another game in itself! The objects should have been more of what a child would know since Weather Lord: Royal Holidays is suppose to be a children's Thee. I personally didnt like Zumas Revenge. Frustrating from that standpoint.

Items scattered around unlike the other 10 Days game. Some items are a bit hard to see or hidden in darker places. Story line was lost somewhat by the game itself, unsure it was all that important. I had no technical problems at all. Let the youngest grandkid age 7 play and she loved it. What I liked about the game was the fish and taking pictures of them. Ghosts and dead people raised from the dead is a turn off and is inappropriate for children especially. You receive five hints total for each day's set and collect special-trophies that can be used to help you locate items. I finished the free trial free game of the day but will not purchase because of the story line. Or they don't look like what you would expect. Rated 5 out of 5 by zellazip from great game such a lovely colourful h. All in all, a nice , easy game for all ages. A sandwich looked like a plate of fruit. You also have the option of taking pictures of the fish, and clicking on a pellet feeder to shoot fish food into the water.

If you love hogs you will love this game. If you like HOGS without all the adventure and puzzles you'll like this. I would hope that there will be a snapshot adventure game with fish and leave out the hidden objects and the inappropriate story lines. Date published: Rated 5 Ashes of Immortality of 5 by Gameritis50 from A "must-have" for fish lovers It is an unsung favorite, I couldn't stop playing. I thought it was a nice interaction tool with feeding the fish and having to distract them. Date published: You also have the option of taking pictures of the fish, and clicking 100 a pellet feeder to shoot fish food into the water. Much as I enjoyed watching the fish, the rest of the Alicia Quatermain 3: The Mystery of the Flaming Gold Collectors Edition just wasn't worth the aggravation. Let the youngest grandkid age 7 play and she loved it. The re-playability is also very good.


You receive five hints total for each day's set and collect special-trophies that can be used to help you locate items. I would hope that there will be a snapshot adventure game with fish and leave out the hidden objects and the inappropriate story lines. I don't normally like background music in games but it compliments this one very well. Frustrating from that standpoint. This is a cute game for kids with colorful graphics! Date published: So, in addition to having fun photographing the various fish, you are also learning about them. Well done! Hard to see some things. A sandwich looked like a plate of fruit. Story line was lost somewhat by the game itself, unsure it was all that important. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Suelovesgames from Psychedelic Fun This is very relaxing. You also get to take photos of the many varied fish, which go into an album. Some items are a bit hard to see or hidden in darker places.

14 thoughts on “10 Days Under The Sea

  1. There are limited hints, only four hints in each chapter but there are also four other special bonus hints that you can acquire in the hidden object scenes. Not nearly enough. I had more fun taking pictures of the fish than I did finding the objects. I didn't want it to end

  2. I really enjoyed this game. The objects should have been more of what a child would know since this is suppose to be a children's game. The scenes and also the background music has a psychedelic vibe which really chills you out and adds to the atmosphere of the game.

  3. Well done! I had no technical problems at all. When you capture great photos of over two dozen species of fish, you are awarded a golden goblet for the "Best Naturalist Photographer of the Year". I'm playing it for the third time right now.

  4. Mini-games were cute: 'find a pair' memory card game, swap pieces to create a picture, a music puzzle that lights up with music and you click them back, and flip-switches to light-up the complete picture. I personally didnt like it. I cannot recommend it for children because of the story line and objects children would have no way of knowing what they are.

  5. There are limited hints, only four hints in each chapter but there are also four other special bonus hints that you can acquire in the hidden object scenes. I cannot recommend it for children because of the story line and objects children would have no way of knowing what they are. I really enjoyed playing this game! I thought it was a nice interaction tool with feeding the fish and having to distract them.

  6. Get your camera ready. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Suelovesgames from Psychedelic Fun This is very relaxing. I personally didnt like it. I really enjoyed playing this game!

  7. A sandwich looked like a plate of fruit. So, in addition to having fun photographing the various fish, you are also learning about them. The biggest drawback for me is the story line. This one I'll buy.

  8. Too bad. Much as I enjoyed watching the fish, the rest of the game just wasn't worth the aggravation. I really enjoyed this game.

  9. The biggest drawback for me is the story line. Each chapter consists of five underwater or island scenes and you go to different countries in each chapter. I would hope that there will be a snapshot adventure game with fish and leave out the hidden objects and the inappropriate story lines. I had more fun taking pictures of the fish than I did finding the objects.

  10. Items were hard to see no matter how I had my settings. I thought it was a nice interaction tool with feeding the fish and having to distract them. Her eyes were much keener than mine, but she needed a little help with some items. Story line was lost somewhat by the game itself, unsure it was all that important.

  11. I'm playing it for the third time right now. I really enjoyed playing this game! Hidden objects are reasonably easy to find, although many are not consistent with the scene depicted. It has straight forward hidden object scenes with some puzzles in between and you can skip puzzles straight away. This game is a cross between a hidden object game and Snapshot Adventure.

  12. When you capture great photos of over two dozen species of fish, you are awarded a golden goblet for the "Best Naturalist Photographer of the Year". I really enjoyed playing this game! Graphics are crisp and soundtrack is acceptable.

  13. I'm playing it for the third time right now. Date published: Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by rainslyn from Unique, addicting Hidden object game The graphics are great and the added photo album can lead to an addiction that makes you unable or unwilling to stop. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Gameritis50 from A "must-have" for fish lovers It is an unsung favorite, I couldn't stop playing.

  14. All in all, a nice , easy game for all ages. Hidden objects are reasonably easy to find, although many are not consistent with the scene depicted. There is some photography skill involved here and that's almost like another game in itself!

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