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Titanic: The Game takes place aboard the R.M.S. Titanic on her fateful maiden voyage across the Atlantic. The player's avatar is a young socialite, Margaret Ashley, one of the fortunate unfortunates who sailed on Titanic and survived.

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Titanic: The Game takes place aboard the R.M.S. Titanic on her fateful maiden voyage across the Atlantic. The player's avatar 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 Dock - to the 15th, when she sunk beneath the waves.

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Publisher:
GameMill Entertainment
Developer:
Gunnar Games, Inc.
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Source:
GameMill Entertainment
Released:
Monday, March 21, 2016
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Languages:
English
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Minimum Requirements

- OS: Windows XP/Vista
- Processor: 800 MHZ
- Memory: 256 MB RAM
- DirectX: Version 7.0
- Storage: 500 MB available space

Recommended Requirements

- OS: Windows 10
- Processor: 2GB
- Memory: 1 GB RAM
- DirectX: Version 9.0
- Storage: 500 MB available space

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Dull setting and poor visuals but an ok story different choices

Hidden Mysteries Titanic is a hidden object and puzzle game that was originally released for the Wii and DS that later came to the PC. The game is set on the Titanic which at this point is an extremely dull place to set a game as many movies and other video games have frequently depicted it, this game does nothing interesting with it. Like most games of this style you will spend your time finding objects that can be used to interact with parts of the environment to continue the story, with a puzzle thrown in every now and then, the game is split into chapters with items you find only being used in that one chapter. The graphics are static and aren't very appealing to look at, objects can blend in with the background easily, but you do have a hint button that will show you exactly where you need to be looking and a skip button if you want to skip puzzles. The story is ok if you accept the strange actions and leaps of logic of the main character. Setting it apart from other games of this style is that you will be given different conversation choices which can lead to different dialogue and different endings. If you want a simple point and click game you can do worse than this.

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