Despite all the variety of applications available for iOS, in the RPG genre you will have to work hard to find a game in which you do not need to shoot everyone in your path or fight off the oncoming crowd of enemies. And sometimes you just want to wander around the world, studying interesting things that come across on the way. Submerged: Miku and the Sunken City is a game for iPhone that will appeal to those users who are tired of endless gunfights and other 'shooters' … The opening video is very beautiful – a visual a row in which the story is told in the form of images rather than text. So, what is the essence of the backstory: a young girl Mika, on a small fishing stand, together with her brother, sails to an abandoned city. The most important task facing her is to save her brother. So go explore the half-flooded buildings, find supplies and artifacts that will open the veil of secrecy over what happened to the city. And besides that, enjoy the luxurious nature that surrounds you. A hand icon is highlighted near objects with which you can interact, and clicking on it launches a video sequence, in the process of which you are told something important. After gaining a new experience, a new entry appears in your travel diary, each of which can be revised. As you can see, in addition to the 'Memories' tab, there are also such as 'City History', 'Creatures' and 'Landmarks'. Very soon, our main character will understand that she and her brother are not alone in this city – from the roofs of buildings, mysterious creatures will observe your actions. You will not be bored here, and after you leave your brother on the bed in an abandoned temple, you will have to return to the boat again and start exploring these places. To control, I must say, you have to get used to – it is not entirely convenient, and the logic of movement on water is different from that on land. Amusing creatures whose behavior is interesting to watch, cute graphics and a large, mysterious world, which will be really interesting to explore. The game is an interesting mix of 'adventure' and quest. The main drawback of Submerged: Miku and the Sunken City is that everything here takes too long to load. On iPad Air, I obviously had to wait more than a minute for it to start. And the price cannot be called small. In general, the developers have turned out to be an average product, which has both pros and cons, and which differs at least slightly from its competitors. But there is no particular desire to buy it either. So decide for yourself, and we hope our review will help you decide.