Deep Loot Review

Deep Loot is a new Android based rogue-like that sends you off scuba-diving for loot. As someone who’s always wanted to go scuba diving and somehow never gotten around to it, I was pretty excited by the theme of this game, and developer Monster And Monster don’t disappoint. It’s an excellent new RPG that has been polished to perfection. Let’s take a look.

In Deep Loot you’ll put on one of the game’s many unlockable scuba diving suits and dive down deep into the ocean, searching for hidden treasure / loot. You’ll find artefacts and gold, along with territorial monsters. To survive and to nab as much loot as possible you’ll need be strategic. You can only carry a fixed supply of oxygen, so you need to plan your moves to keep your drowning.

Gameplay utilises a turn based system that allows for both strategy and for quick action. When you move the other characters move too, and the game reacts quickly to your actions. The gameplay is smooth and there’s a good sense of flow.

When you discover hidden treasure you’ll strike gold. You can then purchase ships, skins, upgrades and other items. This creates a sense of progression and keeps you playing.


Deep Loot is free to play, but it’s also a professionally made title. Don’t miss out. And if you like this game, remember to join us on Facebook and Twitter so you don’t miss your next great gaming experience.

Paul Harrison

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