Explore the Ocean like a Real Scuba Diver with Infinite Scuba on Windows 8
If exploring new habitats and worlds is your thing then you should try the Infinite Scuba app on your Windows 8 device as you will be able to experience the Ocean like a real scuba driver in a realistic and educative game.
With Infinite Scuba you will be able to enjoy the beauty and the mystery of various Oceans around the world while learning new things about the underwater world, discovering plants, little organisms and of course various species of fish. As mentioned, Infinite Scuba can be a perfect app for your children, the game featuring a relaxing, peaceful, non-violent and educational gameplay which can be used even by entry level users of Windows 8 – the user interface is intuitive as you just have to swipe your finger on the display in order to take control over your scuba driver.
Infinite Scuba: Your own encyclopedia that can fit in your pocket
Infinite Scuba is not only for children as if you are an adventurous kind of person you will be able to satisfy your passion by discovering and exploring a real Japanese ship sunk in Micronesia during World War 2. During your journey you will identify the sea life and the underwater world which also comes with risks as danger can be right near you at every moment.
While exploring the underwater side you can take photos and you can learn precious info about history, marine biology, and dive science. In the end you can share your experience including the photos your captured with your friends, family or coworkers by using different social media websites.
Infinite Scuba is compatible with Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 based devices (unfortunately the app will not work on Windows RT powered handsets) and can be downloaded for free from Windows Store, thus don’t hesitate and try the same.
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