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Megaquarium: Deep Freeze is the biggest DLC yet for the aquarium building sim

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An often overlooked gem is Megaquarium, a game where you build your very own aquarium but developer Twice Circled is still expanding it with Megaquarium: Deep Freeze announced.

They say this is the biggest and most ambitious expansion so far with it adding in popular elements from previous expansions plus loads of brand new features including a five-level campaign. The developer said it will be priced at $13.99 and it will launch sometime mid-October. Not only is there a new DLC coming but it will launch alongside a big upgrade to the base game with an improved UI, animation and rebalanced gameplay.

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DLC Features:

  • 5 level campaign .
  • 30 coldwater marine species including abyssals, mammals, birds, invertebrates and fish.
  • 8 new tanks and equipment to support your abyssal and polar species.
  • 2 posters, a new gift shop item, plus 4 accessories to augment your staff.
  • New paints, decorations and all-new custom substrates.
  • Additional objectives to enrich the sandbox experience.

You can buy Megaquarium now on GOG, Humble Store and Steam. It has Native Linux support and is rated Steam Deck Playable!

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Philadelphus Sep 26, 2023
Sea pigs! (The pink holothurians.) And barreleye fish with the sea-through heads! Dumbo octopuses! Angler fish!

I didn't pick up the second expansion (though I did enjoy the first one), but this one might get me back into the game – I've always loved the deep sea environment. For anyone who hasn't played Megaquarium, it's a solid, well-built and highly polished game that I can easily recommend if you enjoy the "zoo building" genre but want something aquatic-themed.
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