Can you safely hide the mermaid eggs from the sharks?
Try to determine what route the shark is going to swim and then place the eggs out of harm’s way.
Start out with 12 eggs and 2 sharks. For each level there’s one more shark.
The sharks are going to swim across the screen and your job is to place the eggs out of their way so that they don’t eat them.
Lose all the eggs and it’s game over.
The objects are randomly placed and the sharks swim for an object. So each time you play you’re going to see a different route and the objects on different places.
Because it’s random you could get an easy level where all the sharks converge on the same spot or a difficult level where there’s really no place they aren’t going to swim and you’ll need the shop items to protect an egg.
It’s easy to have just one egg left, but if you challenge yourself to have 12 eggs left, you’ll find this game engaging.
12 Levels of 2 to 6 minutes per level.
Tested and working on Windows 10.
Sound and Music
Sound and Music can be turned on or off individually from the settings menu.
Choose from 3 options that determine how much time you have to place your eggs before the sharks arrive and how fast they swim.
With a GO button so that you don’t have to wait for the timer to run out. Level 1 is relaxed, easy play and you have lots of time, level 3 you have to be quick.
Credits: Game development and programming by Janette.
Treasure Chest: 2007 CybrWorks from Syntrifid, J. A. Hesson.
Camouflage Net: Helgard de Barros
Surfboard: 3D Strike
Credits not given for the sundry small items used, however, if you’d like to know where I got them or who created them, please feel free to e-mail me. Some of them are compositions of many different artists’ work.