Hiccup Studios has submitted a new game, Mission: Deep Sea, to the iTunes App Store. This iPhone and iPod touch game puts you in control of a sea turtle to complete various missions, swimming in beautifully shaded 3d underwater world, using multi-touch technology.
Mission: Deep Sea takes place in the near future, where a neural-chip that enables the humans, command and feel the nervous system of primitive animals. In 2015, Snapstronics Incorporation?s n-chip, succeeds on reptiles due to their primitive brain structure. This provides a way to benefit from the perks of these, otherwise wild animals. The fitted n-chips, transports the nerve commands between partners, without interfering the autonomous systems like breathing and digestion. This way, the human partner with the pairing n-chip, is able to command to the muscular system of the animal, and feel what it feels like his own.
Sea turtles, populated with the help of cloning technology, and no longer being an endangered specie, have been fitted with n-chips, to form human-turtle partnerships, and these partners started to be tested for various noncombatant tasks like search & rescue and reconnaissance.
In the first episode of Mission: Deep Sea, we get introduced to our partner Buddy, the sea turtle, and practice swimming, during various missions. Later on, during a mission in an ancient sunken city, we find ourselves in a story, where we discover reliefs about sea monsters, and their connections to REMICONN, the underwater research station which was shutdown in 1970s, because of an experiment gone wrong.
A part of profits from this game is decided to be donated for the protection and conservation of sea turtles around the world.