Ever get the feeling that those 3D space shooters are, well, a bit too spacey? Fishlabs feels your pain. The German developer has announced its latest game, Deep. And it's a much more aquatic take on the genre.

See, Deep is set on a remote water planet that's full of exotic undersea life-forms. Your job, working for the Colonial Navy, is to shoot the bejaysus out of them. Well, kind of. There's also trading and resource-exploitation missions too.

Fishlabs promises gorgeous 3D visuals, more than 40 submarines and creatures, and ten playable vessels to control, which you can pimp up by buying items.

The game will have 24 missions to play through, and in a neat feature, you'll be able to use photos taken with your cameraphone for your character.

Deep is due out by the Summer for 3D-enabled Nokia, Samsung, Sharp, Sony Ericsson and Toshiba phones, and judging from the beta version we've had a go on, it's shaping up to be as absorbing as Fishlabs' space-based Galaxy On Fire game.

It's the best-looking game named after an E-17 song that we've seen in ages, but will it be any good? We'll have a review for you when we get our flippers on a finished version.