Aquator : Under Water Explorer Battle

by | Aug 11, 2013 | Reviews | 0 comments


I don’t mind taking a deep breath and going under water for say, next 10 minutes and you better gear up yourself as well because I’m taking you with me. We’re going on an adventurous journey under the sea and find out the facts about life of sea creatures. Now that we’re deep under, why don’t we get to meet some of the fish families and have a chit chat with them? By the way, don’t you think that all those small fishes are too scared to meet us? Or are they afraid from some another creature who’s big enough to eat them all alive? I think the latter question’s got an answer right in front of me because there is a large sea monster and it’s his terror that has led all these fishes deep under their houses. Then I think it’s the right time to introduce Aquator to the sea and help them out. What do you say?

Now let’s get out of the sea and focus on the underground activities via an iOS app called Aquator. Yes, this app will take you under and help you control that submarine called Aquator so that you can kill all those monsters. The app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad and requires iOS 6.0 or any later version of the OS. The app has also been optimized for iPhone 5.

Aquator is an under-sea water game where you are controlling a submarine. The submarine is equipped with powerful cannon and has special bombs and weapons. But you’re not alone to be attacking. The monsters can shot guns and poison and you need to avoid them all to keep going. The main problem is that they are large in number and even if you kill them all, their boss is still waiting for you at the same time. So fighting all of them simultaneously poses a great threat to you.

I think that the gameplay is a little bit old-school. I have played these kinds of games before and other than the graphical work, nothing else is different. The cannon sounds too need to be changed so that you may at least appear to be fighting rather than watching a Star Wars movie; and that even the oldest one. The graphics as I said are decent and pretty clear. However, if there could be more detail in the underwater designing, it would have given a richer look to the game.

There is an online option also available in the app but first you’ll have to sign in. The app is available for free in the App Store. An app without a price tag is an app without an excuse. So I don’t need to ask you anymore. Everyone can enjoy this great app. Go for this one!

Pros: decent graphics; intuitive UI; free; difficult gameplay.

Cons: old-school gameplay; cheesy sounds; graphics could have more detail.

Worth Having Application : Download the App


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