Stunning new simulator lets you explore hidden depths of ocean bed and save marine life too

Created with the help of industry experts, Deep Dive Simulator sees players control a rookie diver and help a professor in recovering artefacts and other valuable items. Jujubee

A video games company has launched a stunning new hyper-realistic simulator that takes players to the depths of the ocean and lets them see the impact human pollution is having on marine life.

Created with the help of industry experts Gralmarine, a diving equipment company, and the International Diving Federation, Deep Dive Simulator from Katowice-based company Jujubee promises players a fully immersive experience.

Whereas in real life divers reach depths of between 18 and 30 metres “in Deep Diving Simulator you can go even deeper into the darker and more dangerous parts of our world where mysteries would prefer to remain undiscovered forever,” Pawel Nitta, PR & Marketing Manager at Jujubee, said TFN.Jujubee

Pawel Nitta, PR & Marketing Manager at Jujubee, said TFN: “Deep diving covers depths from 18 to 30 meters but in Deep Diving Simulator you can go even deeper into the darker and more dangerous parts of our world where mysteries would prefer to remain undiscovered forever.”

Known for their previous underwater game about the sunken Kursk, racing game series Flashout and political simulator Realpolitiks, among others, their latest venture seesplayers control a rookie diver and help a professor in recovering artefacts and other valuable items. 

The incredible colourful graphics are complimented by a score from Adam Skorupa who is a veteran with titles such as the Witcher series, Ancestors: Legacy, and Bulletstorm all to his credit.Jujubee

The incredible colourful graphics are complimented by a score from Adam Skorupa who is a veteran with titles such as the Witcher series, Ancestors: Legacy, and Bulletstorm all to his credit.

In addition to helping retrieve lost treasures, the mission is to also clean up pollution and rescue sea animals.

The Katowice-based team at Jujubee are known for their previous underwater game about the sunken Kursk, racing game series Flashout and political simulator Realpolitiks, among others. Jujubee

Jujubee’s Nitta said: “Unfortunately, the oceans and seas have not escaped the negative influence of humans on the environment; lying fishnets, garbage, sunken tanks full of poisonous substances and other toxic pollution all of these have a direct impact on the underwater eco-system and many marine creatures are in danger. 

“In Deep Diving Simulator we decided to pay attention to this critical problem. A perfect example of this might be the ‘forgotten reef’ location where you can see the human impact on the underwater world.

Jujubee were keen to focus on environmental issues pointing out that the negative influence of humans has had “a direct impact on the underwater eco-system and many marine creatures are in danger.”Jujubee

“It is grim and depressing to see the once vibrant, filled with life coral reef deprived of its colours or to witness trapped, scared creatures struggling to return to their homes. 

“However you have a choice, luckily you can lend a helping hand in saving the planet by cleaning the basins of rubbish and dangerous objects.”

The game is available in 12 languages: English, Polish, Russian, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Turkish, Portuguese (Brazil).