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ScubaVenture The Search For Pirate's Treasure (DOS)

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Your father had located the sunken remains of the Barbarosa, one of the last terrible pirate ships to sail in Caribbean waters. But he disappeared mysteriously during a diving trip. Now it's your turn to go to the Barbarosa to solve this mystery and fulfill your father's dream of treasure

You play a diver who must find the treasures of the Barbarosa, a sunken pirate ship. In search of those treasures you encounter the inhabitants of the Caribbean waters and pirate ghosts.

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ScubaVenture The Search For Pirate's Treasure DOS Title screen
ScubaVenture The Search For Pirate's Treasure DOS Meeting a rival diver who attacks us with his harpoons.
ScubaVenture The Search For Pirate's Treasure DOS A secret area
ScubaVenture The Search For Pirate's Treasure DOS Beginning of level 1

Alternate Titles

  • "Scubadventure" -- Common misspelling

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Trivia

Scott Miller of Apogee saw Catacomb 3-D, an EGA texture-mapped 3D game created by id Software. He wanted them to create a shareware 3D game for him, but id Software was still under contract by Softdisk. So Scott made an agreement with Softdisk: Apogee would make a game for Softdisk, so id Software could make a game for Apogee. Apogee's game for Softdisk was ScubaVenture and id Software's game for Apogee was Wolfenstein 3-D.
Frenkel (1599) added ScubaVenture The Search For Pirate's Treasure (DOS) on Mar 27, 2004