Nightmares from the Deep 2: The Siren's Call arrives for BlackBerry 10

Nightmares of the Deep 2: The Siren's Call
By James Richardson on 28 Nov 2013 06:31 am EST

If you have been a fan of the selection of BlackBerry 10 games from Artifex Mundi - such as Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden, or Enigmatis: The Ghosts of Maple Creek you'll be pleased to hear that a sequel to Nightmares from the Deep: The Cursed Heart has arrived in BlackBerry World. 

Nightmares from the Deep 2: The Siren's Call is once again a beautifully presented puzzle style game with glorious graphics. This type of game isn't my thing but giving it a quick test, it runs like a dream and I'm sure it will be a big hit. 

The game is free to download although you will have to pay for the full version if you get addicted - which is quite possible! The good news is that as the title is new it has a discount off the full price for a limited time - currently showing at £2.50 for me. 

At the time of writing it's only full touch BlackBerry 10 devices that are supported. Sorry hardware keyboard fans. If this one looks your cup of tea grab the free download and let us know how you get on? 

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Reader comments

Nightmares from the Deep 2: The Siren's Call arrives for BlackBerry 10


Anders Jeppson has done a fantastic job bringing games to BlackBerry 10. If only Martin Malek had been as successful.

Not available for Q10 :-( That's a pity! I've played and loved the first chapter and bought all of their games until now :(

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"Unavailable for this device"...again, dammit! just like Enigmatis, Smart Tags and Beta Zone |:

These games used to be for both full touch and keyboard devices. I guess since they feel no need to support the Q10, they will be added to my ever growing list of developers that are now blacklisted like many other developers. I would urge others to follow suit too seeing as though they feel the need to alienate the Q10 users.

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This type of game lends itself better to a bigger screen and full touch. If you've ever played one, in many instances you have to search for tiny things on a screen full of junk. It's even hard to play it on a Z10, I have to plug it in to the TV to search through all the stuff!

I love these games and they're available on like every platform. If they can make so many high quality games available on every platform, other app devs have no excuse not to port to BB10

Love these games. They are very well done. However, I tried to buy and the 25 percent discount isn't working. Just goes in at regular price.

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