Get a towel – Nautilus game brings an incredible underwater adventure

So Paulo, Brazil – Tapps today announced the launch of its newest game, available worldwide through the App Store for iPhone and iPod touch devices. Nautilus is a game that takes place in 2012, on a post-apocalyptic under water world.

After a colossal deluge, not much is left from the world as it used to be. The remaining humans struggle to survive the catastrophe and their best chances are under the sea. Among the survivors is Nemo who built his own submarine and now travels through the oceans after survivors and seeks the last mythical piece of dry land on the planet.

With game dynamic based in one-touch interactions, Nautilus is easy to play but hard to master. One have to move forward as the oxygen level slowly decreases, reaching cities and oxygen stations to refuel and complete the journey. As the submarine goes further and faster avoiding the sea floor and ceiling, countless remains from the old world makes it a challenge to move forward with enough oxygen to get to the next city’s station. But the captain is not the only one left alive, in the ocean’s depths await several experts waiting for rescue and ready to upgrade Nemo’s work of art with new features, taking the journey one step closer to its goal.

Game Center is fully integrated, including global leader boards for high scores and 30 challenging achievements.

Device Requirements
* iPhone, iPod touch or iPad
* Requires iOS 4.1 or later
* 42.3 MB

Pricing and Availability
Nautilus 1.0 is available worldwide through the App Store in the Games category for the special introductory price of $0.99.

Nautilus 1.0
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