The title alone is a bit mad, but from today we’ll get the chance to head under the waves with The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human!

Available right now, The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human will thrust us into a world full of wildlife and monstrous beasts as we head of on an adventure to explore the ruins of humanity and let curiosity get the better of us!

Priced at £11.99 (although if you’re quick you may well find a bit of a launch discount still available), you’ll get to take in a story that is told through art and backgrounds, witness the beauty of the sea and our influence on the nature within it, and learn how to take on and defeat the most deadly of sea creatures.

We’ll have a full review of the game for you pretty soon but should the intrigue be getting the better of you then the Microsoft Store will happily sort you out with a download.

Game Description:

Explore the ruins of humanity in this mesmerising underwater action-adventure. Discover thriving wildlife, encounter monstrous beasts, and let curiosity guide you through an inevitable voyage of extinction. The water rose by an unpredictable amount due to climate change. The Earth’s surface froze over, and humans were forced to live underwater, where they could still harvest energy and grow food. As resources began to dwindle in the year 2971, sub-aquatic spaceships were sent to a nearby wormhole to look for habitable planets. Things did not go as planned. And now the ship Argo9 has returned, thousands of years later… Melancholic atmosphere: Witness the beauty of the sea as well as humanity’s influence on nature Exploratory storytelling: Told through the art and backgrounds with some textual hints along the way Unique conflict encounters: Confront – and learn how to overcome – deadly sea creatures Polarized gameplay: It’s pretty chill until you’ve gotta fight for your life!

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