Deep Loot

Deep Loot

Deep Loot is a fun arcade game where you will have to look for treasures and loot deep under the ocean’s surface. It is this sense of mystery that keeps you playing this game and we can tell you it is pretty strong.

Being an arcade game Deep Loot is simple – once you start the game you are right into the action. The app comes with simple 2D visuals like most other arcade games but this is not surprising. The gameplay is also simple – you dive deep into the ocean where you have to search for treasure chests and destroy concrete blocks inside the water that create something like a labyrinth because they may also contain valuable items. Once you run out of air you are returned right into the boat where you jumped from. The goal here is to make as much money as you can with a simple jump. There’s no way you can die so you can play this game for countless hours. In addition you can later upgrade your equipment to make more money.

Deep Loot is a simple game that can serve as a perfect time killer. The app does not have a learning curve and in addition to this comes to you for free. Although Deep Loot is a simple and small-sized game it will keep you playing because you never know what’s down there and this is always a reason to keep on exploring. So given all this Deep Loot is a really nice game.

Deep Loot is here on Google Play.

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