gamers (89%) found this review helpful
I have to disagree with some of the other reviews for this game. Before I elaborate, there's just two things to say 1) It's a puzzle game and 2) It's the Titanic, its supposed to sink at the end.
The point of this game is to immerse yourself in another world and to explore and discover things along the way. It's not about how quick your reflexes are, but about using your mind and wit to solve problems.
One nice thing about this game is that you have different choices of responses when conversing with other characters. It's kind of like the old choose your own adventure books. Make the wrong choice and you could end up finish the story right then.
Game flow is logical, graphics are decent and the cut scene animations are very well done. Hidden Mysteries: Titanic Secrets of the Fateful Voyage reminds me of the many PC puzzle/exploration adventures made famous years ago by a game called Myst. If your in to these type of games I'd suggest checking out the CSI mysteries as well as my favorite LOST: Via Domas.
gamers (100%) found this review helpful
The puzzles were fun. Not too hard to figure out. The most trouble I had was with Georgie's ball game. And I needed a little help with mixing the husband's drink.
I liked the option to skip puzzles. But I think there should have been something to make players not want to skip them. Some kind of point system, or a better ending, depending on how many puzzles you solved.