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Reveal Davy Jones’ darkest secrets and defeat the nefarious sea devil once and for all!
Museum curator Sarah Black would never have imagined where her study of Davy Jones’ legend would take her. After mentioning his name during a lecture, the infamous ghost pirate’s ship suddenly appears on the horizon, and Davy Jones himself breaks into the museum to kidnap Sarah and her daughter. Now, in order to save her mother’s life, Sarah’s daughter Cory has agreed to a lifelong deal with the sea devil.
Join Sarah in this unbelievable journey to escape the wrath of Davy Jones and rescue Cory. Discover surprising secrets about the otherworldly origins of the pirate’s island and awaken strange stone creatures, the guardians of Davy Jones’s memories, to delve deeper into the sea devil’s past. Is Davy Jones as evil as legend makes him out to be? Or is he himself the sad victim of circumstances? Find out for yourself in this heart-pounding odyssey!

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● 68 diverse and majestic locations to explore
● 29 addictive mini-games to master
● 32 achievements to unlock
● 12 mysterious statues to awaken
● Three collections to gather – 12 sea horses, 10 pirate cards and 24 puzzle pieces
● Cool extras such as the concept art and game music
● An additional adventure to reveal the shocking truth about Davy Jones’s island
● Game Center Support
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Game available in: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Korean, Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese
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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
181 Ratings

181 Ratings

parJude ,

Davy Jones…In Deep

The graphics did set the mood and are well done, as are the characters, though you won’t immediately understand some of the characters’ motivations until it’s time for the story to reveal them. The puzzles were hard mostly…neither real hard nor very easy and they did indeed make me think. Some of them required flipping pieces around and exact placement…difficult for me because of arthritis; that was frustrating, which is my only complaint. The hidden object games added a variation on the theme, and the collection items provided more things to look for, and some of the items are hidden indeed, by clever shading and positioning. The plot did twist and turn. For me, the game was worth every penny of its cost. Others will enjoy it also.

Canttinkofanickname ,

Not as good as the other Davy Jones mystery

I went ahead and spent $7 because I got the previous installment (The Siren’s Call) and it was great, but this one is definitely a step backwards and I regret spending so much on it. Unlike The Siren’s Call, the puzzles are boring and mostly hidden object games instead of the clever puzzles in the last one, and the hidden objects are always just broken pieces of something in backgrounds that all look the same. There’s no continuity to the story and the graphics are kind of lame this time. None of the beautiful graphics of the last game in the series. All-in-all, I recommend skipping this one in favor of Siren’s Call. This one also had a number of technical issues.

Update: returned to this game a couple of years later on a rainy day, and I feel the same. As it happens, I played Siren’s Call first this time too, and it’s much better. Skip this one in favor of something with better puzzles and graphics.

mickey anonymouse ,

Davy Jones is OK

I enjoyed the first two Nightmares from the Deep games so I had to buy this one. Was not disappointed, graphics are great, story kept me interested, nice mix of mini-games and I liked the find & use hidden object games. There are also several groups of hidden things scatted throughout the game so you have to search every scene carefully (I still haven’t found all of them). Encountered a couple of programing glitches in the bonus chapter (palm frond & map of north america) but was able to play around them. The game is well worth the money.

Information

Seller
G5 Entertainment AB
Size
886.2 MB
Category
Games
Compatibility

OS X 10.7.4 or later

Languages

English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese

Age Rating
Rated 9+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
Copyright
© 2015 - 2019 Artifex Mundi Ltd. Published by G5 Entertainment AB. All Rights Reserved.
Price
Free

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