It is finally here! Abzu MacBook OS X Version is now available for all the MacBooks and iMacs owners. This top adventure video game is developed by Giant Squid Studios and published by 505 Games. With Abzu you have the chance to follow a diver journey in the ocean and restoring life with magical springs. Also you can freely navigate underwater and discover the secrets of depths. You will enjoy this game for sure!
As we mentioned, in Abzu you control a diver in a vast ocean after he wakes up floating on the ocean’s surface. Your character starts exploring the impressive surrounding underwater environments where there are many plant and animal life. He is trying to uncover ancient technology and even different submerged ruins. Diving is your basic forms of swimming and it is pretty easy to control, with the left analog stick but also with a few caveats. Abzu MacBook OS X Version allows you to dive with R2 and this is how you get to control the majority of your movement. In case you want more speed, you can ride fish using L2.
At some point, you will notice a square you can press in order to use your scanner. It acts like a button for picking up different objects, opening doors and others. Keep in mind that your first line on where to go lies with the fish, no matter what type they are. These creatures are always going to help you and swim in the direction you have to go. It’s good that when you are lost, you can start looking after them and see where they are headed.
Abzu MacBook OS X Version DOWNLOAD
This game is available to download as .dmg right now. So after .dmg file is downloaded, you have to open it and extract the game in applications folder. Have fun!
More Game Details:
In Abzu MacBook OS X Version, the most important collectible objects that unlock trophies and achievements are shells and meditation statues. Usually you will notice the shells at the lowest depths of any given zone, occasionally tucked away in a corner. About meditation statues we can say that are generally out in the open. Your character is able to interact with the environment in order to solve switch or item-based puzzles. He is also able to interact with marine life using sonar chimes. Sounds good, right?