Review: Earth Atlantis review – Darling it’s better down where it’s wetter, take it from me

Earth Atlantis review - Darling it's better down where it's wetter, take it from me A nightmarish whale lolls greedily through the ruined streets of New York, its dead white out glaring out through the wreckage of what was. In front of it, the Statue of Liberty stares sullenly out, less than impressed with the watery conditions she finds herself in.

And in the midst of it all there’s me, piloting the tiny sub that’s humanity’s last defence against the denizens of the deep. We are, quite frankly, completely screwed.

Soggy seems to be the hardest word

This is Earth Atlantis, a game set in the sunken cities of a planet Earth ravaged by global warming. You control a submarine, leading it into battle against the giant fish that are now the top of the food chain.

The controls are simple. You move around with the left of the screen, and tapping on the right flips your ship 180 degrees. You fire automatically, a sad stream of little bullets to begin with.

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