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Hidden Mysteries: Titanic - Secrets of the Fateful Voyage

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Titanic: Hidden Mysteries takes place aboard the R.M.S. Titanic in her fateful maiden voyage across the Atlantic. Your character is a young socialite, Margaret Ashley, one of the fortunate unfortunates who sailed on Titanic and survived. Throughout the course of the game, Margaret is presented with sets of puzzles and obstacles that she must overcome to progress the timeline from April 10th, the date Titanic left Southampton Docks – to the 15th, when the Titanic sunk beneath the waves.

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Avanquest
Developer:
Avanquest
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Source:
Avanquest
Released:
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
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  • Windows Vista or Windows 7
  • AMD or Intel processor 1.5Ghz or greater
  • 512MB RAM or greater
  • 64MB Video Card
  • DirectX 9.0a with compatible video card and sound cards
  • 850MB Hard Drive Space
  • Windows Vista or Windows 7
  • AMD or Intel processor 1.5Ghz or greater
  • 512MB RAM or greater
  • 64MB Video Card
  • DirectX 9.0a with compatible video card and sound cards
  • 850MB Hard Drive Space

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60
It's ok

This game is ok. Nothing too great. Pretty much just a typical hidden object game. I like the Titanic theme/setting the most. Pick it up when it's on sale.

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Cool concept

Titanic: Secrets of the faithful voyage places you on board the Titanic as a passenger during its faithful voyage. Your character is torn between their past and present life in a struggle to find out what they truly want in their heart.

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The unsinkable Titanic.

I tried this game years ago. You play as Margaret Ashley, a young woman recently married to a wealthy, British businessman. As Margaret you must explore her surroundings. In some cases there will be the classic hidden-object game, typical of this kind of games, in others you will find the right item to use in the right place. Some are obvious and easy, others surprisingly frustrating. I recommend to buy this game only if you are attracted from the setting and you want to try the feeling of being on the Titanic.

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