Atlantic Quest


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Danger to the ocean. An accident happened when a tank ship capsized an tons of oil leaked into the water. All fishes became ill and the ocean became hostile.
There is only one hope: Four friends, a clever clownfish, a powerful shark, a crab with an explosive hobby and a serious octopus. They are the only habitants of sea that are able to help the inhabitants of the ocean.
Help them to clean the water and save all the fishes. Enjoy 120 levels of a underwater match3 game. Switch between three different match3 game modes while you are playing!
Clear the water and heal all sick fishes in twelve different and beautiful underwater locations .
  • switch between three match3 game modes while playing
  • cool powerup characters
  • 12 different underwater locations to explore
  • 120 levels to play
  • exciting mini games


Mac Requirements Minimum Supported Will It Run?
Mac OS X10.5.8Download the MacGameStore App to compare your Mac's information in real-time.

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CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU CoresAny
CPU Speed1 GHz
System RAM512 MB
Drive Space50 MB
Video RAM64 MB
Video CardAny

Reviews, Ratings & Comments


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  1. Atlantic Quest
    by Chris B, Australia - Sep 9th 2014

    Such an easy game. Relax, sit back and enjoy. Help clean up the water for the fishes plenty of levels also switch games. EVERYONE IS STILL A CHILD AT HEART.

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  2. Nice and easy game
    by Sandy Nye, USA - Jul 21st 2014

    A great game to pass the time and it is not too difficult.

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  3. This is a nice little time waster...
    by Doc Savage, USA - Jun 21st 2014

    I typically don't go in for games like this. I usually stick to the AAA titles, big games like Dragon Age Origins, the X3 series, etc. I got hooked on the demo and bought it in a bundle deal. There's a shred of plot, you're cleaning up the ocean by matching three or more shapes to clear the board or meet some goal.

    There are three ways you can match, swapping two tiles to make three or more connected, drawing an imaginary line through tiles that are already connected or just click on a tile that is already touching three or more tiles.

    Game play is smooth and the backgrounds are pleasant, but it does get repetitive.

    I guess my biggest complaint is that is one of the very few Mac applications that don't automatically close when you hit command-q. You have to escape out through the menus.

    If you've got a few minutes to kill you could do worse, but you probably won't be playing it hours on end.

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