A downloadable game for Windows and macOS

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Slice of Sea is a peaceful adventure and puzzle game. You play as Seaweed, a sea creature clearly out of their element. Explore desolate world of dust, all hand-drawn on paper in unique art style. Collect items, solve puzzles and lead Seaweed back home to the sea. Music was created by Thumpmonks and main theme song written and performed by Cat jahnke.


"What’s most important here is how wonderful it looks. It’s a constant joy just to stare at, with the most amazing creature designs throughout. It’s all hand-drawn, then animated, then given even more depth with superb sound effects."

John Walker on Buried Treasure

"Slice of Sea   is subtly stunning. The hand drawn animations are lively and constantly moving in a lifelike, mesmerizing fashion. It’s hard to tell if the scenes are above ground or below the water’s surface at times, but I’d say that makes it all the more enchanting. There is so much excitement and detail going on in each scene that every environment feels new, no matter how many times you’ve walked through it. Paired with an ambient but expressive soundtrack that serves to heighten the entire experience, Slice of Sea looks and sounds spectacular."

Heather Johnson Yu on Hey Poor Player

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Buy Now$24.99 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $24.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Slice of Sea | Windows PC 1 GB
Slice of Sea | Apple macOS 1 GB

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I knew this would be fantastic, but wow - it was even more stunning  than I though it would be. Mr. Skutnik, I have been playing your games for almost 20 years. They're all fabulous. This one, to me, is a masterpiece. Artistically, the imagery is strange, sad, and enchanting. As for the puzzles, they are clever but never infuriating. IMHO, all point-and-click/escape/puzzle games should be evaluated in the light of your masterpieces.  

I'm fairly sure I have now played all of your works other than Submachine 10: The Exit. TBH, I almost don't want to play it because I don't want it to end. Here's wishing you a very warm, happy, and productive New Year, one which will see you creating another game or two that we can have the pleasure of purchasing.    

Bravo, esteemed artist.

Thank you. Much appreciated.

Looks great! 

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have you got any demo?

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I want to buy and play Slice of Sea so bad. Then I found out I can't. I'm quite sad, as I wanted to play during Christmas holidays. I have a macbook pro 2011, with Sierra. Upgrading is not possible to highter (maybe high sierra, but not what's needed for this game). Apparently this game then won't be possible for me, according to the requirements. I really wish the game had been available for my OS too. Now I have wait a few years until I need a new computer:/ I enjoyed submachine sooo much and then Daymare Town too. 

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try "where is 2021?" - if it works for you, this one will as well.

Thank you! And will Machinarium even be available for a Macbook Pro running Sierra? It didn't work on my computer, though it should work. Samorost 1-3 did work. Any suggestions?

"where is 2021" didn't work, pity..

I have no idea. these are not my games.

Sorry! Of course, I got confused. And Slice of Sea, I hope someday to be able to play it. When I need to get a new mac computer in the future. But thank you again for Submachine as well as Daymare town. I really loved both soooo much. 

Sadly 'where is 2021' didn't work for me (Monterey, x86, M1).

Maybe you can update the game in the future.

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I managed to borrow a windows computer, so I could play slice of sea. It was awsome! Thank you for the beautiful game.

Since I had the borrowed computer, I also wanted to try Submachine Universe. I've played all the other submachine games before. But I thought this SU project wasn't a game. But it kind of was! It was such an exploration..Stairs, little corners, all the different atmospheres. I needed a walkthrouhgh because I got really stuck a few times:) Just a pity that it ended. I like submachine best, because I like the deserted atmosphere, nightly and abandoned yet threatening almost. The roomlike visuals with so many corners, stairs, holes you might be able to go through. That lacked a bit in slice of sea, you can go left right or enter a location in the middle. It missed a bit that surprise exploration of all the nooks and crannies of this mysterious submachine universe for me. I guess I'm just a big fan of submachine! But the visuals in slice of sea and daymare town were my favorite of your games. Thank you for sharing your art with the world!

Hehehe Say Cool!

Amazing!! I've been following updates on social media for the past few years it's amazing to see it all come together. Truly feels like stepping into another world.

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Mateusz Skutnik, I thought I recognized that name!! I played Covert Front way back in the day, I thought it was fantastic.
I'm so pleased to see that you continued your work!

Nice artwork.

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wow

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Can I download the game from Itch if I bought it on Steam?

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I don't think this is how it works...

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A very immersive game with a lifetime very interesting. I love it!