Sea Life Safari” takes players to five dive areas in exotic locations such as an abyss, a volcano and even a pirate ship graveyard. Using an intuitive control scheme, players traverse the sea taking pictures of unique marine life. At the conclusion of each dive, the professor evaluates the player’s photographs for centering, pose, the type of sea life photographed and composition of the shot. If the professor evaluates the photograph positively, the player is rewarded with stars which unlock additional deep sea locations.
“‘Sea Life Safari’ contains the highest production value graphics of any casual game title we’ve created,” said AJ Redmer, executive vice president of WildTangent Game Studios. “We expect this title to become one of the most popular titles with our rapidly growing audience.”
“Sea Life Safari” features more than 60 creatures to photograph and hidden coins the player must collect. Based on the player’s PC clock, the game even automatically adjusts the types of wildlife they will encounter.
Players keep track of their photographs via a photo management utility that allows them to choose a frame and print their most prized photographs from “Sea Life Safari.” Photos can also be emailed to friends and family to share in the fun.
The players with the highest scores from their dives can post their scores to WildTangent’s Game Network where they can see how they rank against other divers from around the world.
Windows XP and Vista Processor: Pentium - 1.2 GHZ RAM: 512MB Video Card RAM: 128MB DirectX Version: 9.0c or above Keyboard and Mouse: Supported