Hidden Mysteries Titanic
theres no jack and rose in this story
i bought this game 2 years ago in Atlantic City, and i have beaten this game within a week. i really love this game because you play as a female first class passenger and explore the whole entire ship. the game is pretty short but has 2 different endings. overall this game is fantastic for those who like the Titanic movie.
VERY short game
This game has a really short story that I beat it in an hour or two at the most. It's kinda of like an I spy detective game where you have to find clues from different people. It's a pretty creepy game actually!
Seriously Buggy Controls
Purchased this game with the hope that it would be fun and interesting based on it being Titanic themed. Sadly, I have no idea if it will ever be fun or interesting because after about twenty minutes of trying to play, I finally had to give up. The stylus controls were terrible; the screen would jump constantly, making picking up tiny objects very difficult. The graphics, though pretty good, never sync up quite right with the voices. The 'help' option is practically useless, too. I assumed from playing so many HO (Hidden Object) games online, I'd be able to get more out of the help feature, maybe by making the next door I needed to go through glow or putting a halo around an object I had to pick up. No such luck. After so long of not being able to figure out what in the world I was supposed to do, I just turned it off and gave up.
this game was actually really fun. The puzzles made you want to find out more about the interesting, mysterious, story line. This game also has a high replay value.
Pleasantly low key game but WAY too short
Nice low key game for winding down- especially interesting for anyone who is fond of Titanic material. The "puzzles" are not challenging like other games that leave you frustrated and wanting to throw the system out the window. Once you get past the annoying first bird "puzzle" it's smooth sailing. I would not actually even call them puzzles and there are a few zero challenge hidden objects games tucked into game as well. Interesting story line that allows you to choose how to respond which elicits different responses from other characters in the game. I may play it again as an antagonist just to see if there is a different outcome. The music score is poor in my opinion. I expected much more from a game including such a historical icon as Titanic. Additionally, whoever put together the sound on this game did a less than admirable job. When your character speaks, you cannot hear her unless you quickly turn the volume WAY up. The game is WAY too short and can be completed in a matter of hours. Not for hard core gamers or those seeking a challenge like Professor Layton (one of my personal favorites!). Hidden Mysteries Titanic is a nice choice for casual gamers or Titanic fans looking for a short but simple, non brain-draining escape from reality.