App description: Who is the best underwater treasure hunter? Do you have five minutes for a funny break?

If yes then join us playing the addictive DiveMaster - Underwater Scuba Diver Treasure Race game with sharks and dolphins, a real scuba diving treasure hunting game!

Gameplay video:

Share the game with your friends via social media or by email and invite them to beat your score!

Beware: very hard and very addictive undersea treasure collecting mania!

Game features:
- adjustable controls
- slow down turtle and speedy shark
- Two control methods: flappy-mechanics or virtual joystick
- rescue belt shop
awesome colourful underwater graphics and environment
unique scuba diver character
funny cartoon effects
ridiculously funny dead voice overs
fast gameplay
Game Center is integrated
3 badges (bronze, silver and gold)
3 achievements
- 2 leaderboards

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helioxfilm's comments:
Dear All,

our little endless swimming underwater treasure hunter game is out at iTunes:



Version 1.1 with new features are already submitted to Apple (and out for Android, see relevant thread at TA).

I hope you enjoy.

02-23-2014, 01:44 PM
I think this looks really cool.
I'll probably check this out.
02-23-2014, 07:21 PM
Well you did a good job of making me not realize it was another flappy clone until I actually played it.

Sorry, amongst the sea of flappy clones, this doesn't stand out to me.

It's a tough market, with a lot of great flap-alikes.
02-24-2014, 04:19 AM
Well, it will develop more than just that. With the upcoming updates it will move towards a fuels scale sidescroller/sideswimmer. Thanks for the tryout anyway. I you are interested in full and fully original diving game my other project is available as of today from here:

I will make an announcement soon.
02-24-2014, 07:27 AM
That does look neat.
Any sphere fishing involved by chance?

I've always wanted a cool diving/sphere fishing game for my iPad.
02-24-2014, 09:04 AM
No, speare fishing is not in, but real diving yes, as I explained in the other thread :-)