|“|| A clear blue sea under a beautiful blue sky.|
After a long departure, the sea witch Wadanohara travels back home with her familiars.
But her ex-familiar, the shark Samekichi, appears to block her way:
"You shouldn't be here... Leave this sea, right now."
|Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea|
|Rōmaji||Ōunabara to Wadanohara|
|Release Date|| December 12, 2013
August 13, 2015 (Manga)
|Latest Version||1.04 (10/31/2015)|
|Deep-Sea Prisoner Page||Funamusea (Game)|
|Official Translation||vgperson (Game)|
Note: Deep-Sea Prisoner rates this game age 15+, but keep in mind that this is of the Japanese standard, and depending on a country's standard, age 18+ might be more appropriate. There is graphic content later in the game such as body horror, implied sexual assault, and other violent imagery.
Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea is Deep-Sea Prisoner's third game, released on December 12, 2013. The story centers around the game's titular protagonist, Wadanohara, and her homeland, the Blue Sea.
Wadanohara returns to the Blue Sea after a trip, and is greeted by the residents there. The Totsusa Kingdom, however, is sending their soldiers over in attempt of invasion. Employees of the court have stated they would like to avoid invasion as much a possible. Wadanohara is sent with her familiars to fix the six blue orbs that connect into a barrier protecting the Blue Sea. Every time Wadanohara fixes a orb, she states that something feels odd, strange, or anything of the like. After fixing every orb, the Blue Sea has a banquet in celebration of it. During the banquet, Wadanohara goes to the surface, and then encounters Laurentia, a demon employed by the Tosatsu Kingdom. She breaks all the orbs, destroying the barrier, and letting the Tosatsu Kingdom to invade.
This is only the beginning. After making it through the invading Totsusa Soldiers, Wadanohara and her familiars manage to make it to the throne room just as Totsusahime is cornering Uomihime. From there, the two girls are quick to make up, the whole issue being something Uomihime did not even do. Obviously, there is something afoot here. The second part of the game goes into this, showing a much darker enemy coming to rise against the Blue Sea with twists and turns most players are surprised by.
There are numerous endings, and the player is forced to view most of them to reach the True Ending. To say anymore would spoil the experience for the player.
The manga version of Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea was first published on August 13, 2015. Though still having the main plot point just like the game, there are different scenes that happened throughout the said comic. There is also a hard copy version of the comic that can be bought here.
The Japanese version of the manga releases its chapters twice a month. Though the English and the Chinese are of the same pattern, the release of chapters are delayed one month after the release of the Japanese version.
Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea Characters
|Major||Dolphi · Fukami · Helica · Meikai · Memoca · Mikotsuhime · Pulmo · Samekichi · Syakesan · Tatsumiya · Totsusahime · Uomihime · Wadanohara|
|Minor||Adauchi · Aom · Artamos · Cherryblod · Chlomaki · Creamil · Daimajo · Doloz · Hofuru · Idate · Irena · Jiiya · Laurentia · Lobco · Met · Minero · Miyura · Nekoyama · Old · Rimorimo · Seguro · Sheep · Squid · Stella · Tarako · The Sea King · Tomoshibi · Totsusa Soldier · Tsuribari · Ver Million|
|Cameo||Bloody Mary · Giltz · Gyakuten · Hanahata · Kaen · Maekami · Mogeko · Noir · Reley Lo · Rock · Sagan · Shiroame · Starlit Night · Sullivan · Tetsuzora · Tokinome · Tsumuri|
|Deep-Sea Prisoner's Works|
|Games||Carnival Rhythm · Garden Gray The · General Hashasky's Great Adventure · Mogeko Castle · The End of the Wonderland · The Gray Garden · Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea|
|Manga||Obsolete Dream · Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea|
|Flash||Poison Bugs · The Sun's Curse|