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Your Grotto is safe, so if you’re in danger, retreat there. Enemies won’t be able to follow you inside.
While exploring, use your Sonar ability to mark areas of interest on the map.
Eat constantly. You want to get as many nutrients as possible.
You can survive on land until your oxygen meter depletes. Use land to avoid predators and attack humans, while also exploring.
Early on, you should avoid dangerous predators until you’ve become stronger.
As you progress, you’ll also be able to unlock new areas that you couldn’t early on. Consider backtracking to previous regions to seek out Landmarks and other secrets you couldn’t reach before.
While fighting stronger enemies, don’t attack constantly. Instead, get in a few strikes and then dodge to avoid taking damage before moving in again.
If you’re losing health in a fight, look around. There might be harmless fish hiding nearby that you can eat to heal.
If you’re being chased, enemies will be able to attack you from behind. You might consider swimming toward the camera so you can dodge attacks if necessary.
Different abilities will help more in different situations. Consider the sort of situation you’re in and change your Mutations/Evolutions accordingly.
You can come across an underwater pineapple house that is said to be a popular home for sea sponges, a reference to Spongebob Squarepants, where the title character lives in “a pineapple under the sea.”
There is a giant door that is said to lead to the world of the kaiju, which have been known to come through and rampage (although not in the game itself, much to the disappointment of kaiju fans playing).
Pennywise from IT can be found watching you from behind a gate, holding his red balloon, as apparently killer clowns are quite a problem.
A boat, sign asking for help, and volleyball can be found on an island, all referencing the movie Cast Away.
A statue of Cthulhu can be found in the game in a swamp, with a description talking about people trying to summon him. Cthulhu is one of the most famous entities from the horror stories of H.P. Lovecraft.
There are 63 total Landmarks for you to discover throughout the regions in Maneater. Finding all of the Landmarks for a specific region will reward you with an upgrade, and many of them contain easter eggs besides. If you’re having trouble finding all of the Landmarks, use the video guide below for help.
When you eat, you gain nutrients that go toward leveling up and strengthening your abilities. Different types of creatures will give you different nutrients.
All nutrient types will help you level up, but you’ll need different types for the specific mutations you’re trying to upgrade. Be sure to get a variety, but focus on certain types of creatures if there’s a specific mutation you want to make stronger.
There is a frozen banana stand that says “There’s always money here,” and is said to be a reliable business model that always sees demand, a reference to the Banana Stand in Arrested Development.
While not as specific as many of the other easter eggs, the statue of a crocodile eating a clock is most likely a reference to the crocodile from Peter Pan that bit off Captain Hook’s hand, because the crocodile had also swallowed a clock, giving it a telltale tick-tock sound when it approaches.
A replica of the Titanic can be found underwater, with two figures on it in Jack and Rose’s famous pose from the movie.
One of the bases from Subnautica can be found underwater.
Evolutions and Mutations will improve your skills and give you new abilities as you progress through the game.
Mutations come from story events, exploration, or defeating bosses and apex enemies. Here is how you can unlock all Mutations.
Evolutions likewise are unlocked through a variety of methods and can be equipped to improve your abilities. Here is how you can unlock all Evolutions.
In addition to simply unlocking Mutations and Evolutions, they can additionally be ranked up to strengthen their effects. Mutations also have an extra bonus if you use a complete set.