SOURCE: Deep Blue Marine, Inc.

November 01, 2007 09:30 ET

Deep Blue Marine, Inc. Prepares Treasure Hunting Game in Conjunction With TV Show

SALT LAKE CITY, UT--(Marketwire - November 1, 2007) - Market Wire Deep Blue Marine, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: DPBM) is pleased to announce that the Deep Blue research department and computer programmers are developing an interactive treasure hunting game tentatively titled "Deep Blue Search."

The game is based on research performed by Terry Leonard, the company's researcher, and will be set up in conjunction with the TV show currently being edited. Clues and questions will be available on the show and the new company web site, with prizes being awarded every week. The grand prize will be awarded in conjunction with the season finale of the show. Points will be earned for each right answer given and the respondent with the largest number of points will win the Grand Prize.

The preliminary planning of the format for the game is ongoing, but it is anticipated that the game should be fun and simple with each clue and question to remain on the website so new contestants will have as good a chance as anyone to win. Questions may include locations of wrecks, names of boat captains from history, famous pirates, kings and queens from certain times in history, current events and recoveries plus information obtained from the web site. Keys and clues will be hidden in virtual treasure chests on the internet and may be in conjunction with other web sites, dive equipment manufacturers, mapping services and maybe even some government sites.

Wilf Blum, President and CEO, had this to say, "We hope this will play well into the proposed TV series once it is picked up. However, even if that does not happen, we still plan on launching the game which is now in its primary developmental stages."

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