An arcade submarine simulator with crew management elements. The game was developed by an independent team known as Arachnid Games. The story of Diluvion takes place in the distant future, where an apocalyptic flood has forced humanity to colonize the ocean depths. The gameplay is focused around exploration of a marine world of a considerable size, completing various tasks, and combat with encountered opponents. Our travels often require the use of a sonar, which helps in navigating dark areas, as well as ranged weapons in the form of torpedoes or even cannons. We’ve also received access to a crew management module – throughout our journeys, the individual crew members gather experience, acquiring new skills over time. For example, an experienced coxswain offers better maneuverability, while a talented cannoneer is much more accurate.

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PC / Windows
Game Diluvion (PC) Cover

Diluvion | PC

Diluvion release date for PC:

game language:

02 February 2017 | Worldwide

02 February 2017 | Europe

02 February 2017 | USA

Game mode: single player
Game score 7.0 / 10 calculated out of 8 players' votes.  
Expectations before the premiere: 9.0 / 10 calculated out of 4 players' votes.  

Diluvion for PC / Windows is an arcade submarine simulator with squad management elements. The game was developed by Arachid Games, a small team known from their previous title, Ballpoint Universe.


The action of the game takes place in a science-fiction universe, in a world where an enormous flood has forced humanity to colonize the marine depths. The game begins hundreds of years after the event – the surface is now completely cut off by a thick layer of ice. The ocean is now our home, and it seems that it will stay that way. The player assumes the role of a newly minted captain, who has received his first ship along with a rookie crew.


When it comes to mechanics, Diluvion is a mix between a streamlined simulator and a management strategy. The campaign is non-linear and freedom-oriented – we have the freedom to choose our destination or a task that we want to embark upon. The main plotline, consisting of numerous missions is also present, but we can just as well as skip it and engage in other adventures.

We are left with a vast underwater world, highly interactive and open for exploration. Many of its regions are without any sunlight – in such cases, our ship has a sonar that can be used to navigate a dangerous area. However, the captain should proceed with caution, as the sonar reveals our location to monsters and other ships. Combat is rather arcade – our unit has numerous weapons with different types of ammo or torpedoes.

If the situation is stable, we can switch to the management module. Once activated, we see a cross-section of the ship, with all our crew manning their allocated stations in real time. Each member of the crew develops and improves their abilities, enabling us to get more out of the unit. For example, an experienced coxswain can do better in terms of maneuverability, while a talented canoneer has better accuracy. Moreover, the captain of the vessel can entrust the crew with some of the tasks, alleviating the player’s workload.

Age Rating

age requirements: everyone

System requirements

Minimum: Intel Core i5-750 2.66 GHz/AMD Phenom II X4 3.2 GHz, 4 GB RAM, graphic card 1 GB GeForce GTX 330 or better, 4 GB HDD, Windows 7/10

Diluvion launch trailer

Diluvion launch trailer | 1:36

Zwiastun na premierę Diluvion, hybrydy zręcznościowego symulatora łodzi podwodnej z grą strategiczną. Akcja gry toczy się w świecie, gdzie ludzkość zmuszona została do schronienia się pod powierzchnią oceanu.

Diluvion review – ugly duckling of underwater survival

Review 14 February 2017 13:17

Alright, landlubbers! Pack yer belongings and in you go to the steel can ye call a submarine! We’re headed to battle sided with Diluvion. What are you saying? The ship’s leaking? Nevermind, we’ll manage, lads…