Dive for Life an iPhone Game For Game Lovers

| July 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Dive for Life an iPhone Game For Game Lovers

Dive for life an iPhone game brings more curiosity and adventure for the game lovers developed by SimbolBit/Sergey Sharov. If you like to play some traveling stuff then this iPhone game offers a plenty of undersea hijinks, without breaking the scuba gear.

Your mission in this game is to dive for your life. You must stay alive underneath the sea for as long as possible, avoiding whirlpool and fish tapes all the while.

There are two major game modes; normal mode, and a hardcore mode that must be unclogged you can easily access it. There are also game center achievements and leaderboards to keep you engaged for hours on end.

Dive for Life an iPhone Game For Game Lovers

Controls are very simple and you won’t get any kind of trouble in playing, swipe to dive, tap enemies to confirm your survival. Shake to revive. That’s pretty cool, but do not be deceived by the deviously simple controls; this game can be cruelly tricky at times.

It is a little thing, but you are definitely going to love its music. So many undersea games feature the calypso music which sounds like the cheap version of ‘under the sea’ from the Disney’s ‘Little Mermaid’. Thanks to dive for life that gives awesome music. It is hypnotic, up-tempo, and the best audio accompaniment for a game like Dive for Life.

Dive for Life an iPhone Game For Game Lovers

For those who believe that the oceans are most spectacular refuge of our planet, So Dive for Life is a very fantastic little escape from humdrum nature of daily life.  If you are looking for a new casual game to enlarge your app arsenal, and this game is quite and appealing choice.

Dive for Life is compatible with the iPhone 4 &4S, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 5, iPod touch 3rd generation, iPod touch 5th generation, the iPod touch 4th generation and iPad.  It requires iOS 6.0 or later. The Dive for life is an optimized app for iPhone 5

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