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Divers are people who dive professionally under water. The world of underwater inhabitants and all the beauties of the seabed are open to them. Despite all the romance of this profession, it is fraught with many dangers and risks. After all, everyone who wants to become a professional diver should know that this profession requires a strong character and excellent reaction, but logical thinking is not in the last place here. In the cool game, Fancy Diver, you are lucky enough to dive deep under the water. The aim of the game is to help the divers who are trapped in the coral reefs to go back and breathe in the air supply. To remove all the necessary blocks, you need to click on the squares of the same color, of which there will be more than two, and then they will disappear. You need to count on a few moves ahead, so as not to be trapped in death. Also, bonuses will be hidden in the corals. They will help you get out faster. You need to count on a few moves ahead. Have fun!
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How to Play Fancy Diver Game
Tap the screen to play. Tap on group of three or more of the same color blocks to remove them. Remove group of five or more blocks to generate a star bonus. Remove group of blocks with star to spawn new blocks. Remove group of 8 or more blocks to generate swordfish or bomb bonus. Tap on a bomb to blow up the bomb.
The Dangers of Pearl Diving
Before the beginning of the 20th century, the only means of obtaining pearls was by manually gathering very large numbers of pearl oysters (or pearl mussels) from the ocean floor (or lake, or river bottom). The bivalves were then brought to the surface, opened, and the tissues searched. More than a ton were searched in order to find at least 3-4 quality pearls. In order to find enough pearl oysters, free-divers were often forced to descend to depths of over 100 feet on a single breath, exposing them to the dangers of hostile creatures, waves, and drowning, often as a result of shallow water blackout on resurfacing. Because of the difficulty of diving and the unpredictable nature of natural pearl growth in pearl oysters, pearls of the time were extremely rare and of varying quality.