Monument Builders: Titanic
An OK Game
I'm 50-50 on this game. There were some things I liked and some I did not.
Similar to Build-A-lot
A Great Challenge
Great Education Tool- gave you information about the Titanic.
The Storyline- follow the path to building the Titanic. This would have been better if there had been real voices.
Graphics- kind of out-dated. Some time should be put in these to improve them.
Very annoying, repetitive music that just drove me INSANE. I played the game on mute.
Could never get enough resources to get jobs done.
The game in general was not fun and I can't see any reason to buy this.
June 11, 2012
Same as the last.
I really enjoyed Monument Builders Eiffel Tower & was looking forward to this one,but,and this is a BIG but....it is basically the exact same game. If you have already purchased Eiffel, then this would be a waste of your money. The only things different I can see after finishing the trial is different theme : Ship instead of Tower. Music: English instead of French. If you have NOT played the first game then by all means give it a go, it is a lot of fun and though there is a lot of "clicking" it takes a while to strategize about the "best" way to get things done..I am just really dissappointed in the developers for not challenging us with something new instead of the same game dressed up in new clothes. I gave it 2 stars only because it has been done before. I would have given it 4 stars if I had never played the first in this series.
April 1, 2012
Liked the music...can't say anything better than that. No challenge...you could just click your mouse repeatedly as you go over your screen and you'll complete the level without even knowing quite what or how you managed to accomplish it. In other words, I found you didn't have to think...just click!
April 19, 2012
This game didn't catch my interest, therefore, I didn't play it for the full hour.
April 15, 2012
It's still gonna sink!!
Can't see going thru all the time and effort to build the Titanic when we already know what will happen on its maiden voyage!! All kidding aside, this TM will please some and bore others. To me all TM games are basically the same pair of shoes with just a different color. I'm happy for the players who will enjoy it.
March 28, 2012
I was disappointed in this game because it has the same tasks for every level. The only thing that changes is the quantity.
April 17, 2013
a GRUELING and DANGEROUS GAME for your physical health!
To be honest, thirty-eight levels of the first four parts to this game were exciting and musical and pleasant and fun! Especially, I LOVED catching the thieves and I enjoyed the creative challenge of how to approach each individual set of difficulties for new steps. Two of the others (Part 3, Level 6 and Part 4, Level 10) were excruciatingly repetitive and arduous to the point of tears. Then, this afternoon, I began Part 5, Level 2 at 1:00 and by 4:30, I was still trying to click my way to delivering 200 scaffolds and 200 metal beams for the virtual Titanic. MY hand was hurting and I said to myself, "People have a LIFE...surely I can exit this game and the three and a half hours I have put into this level will be saved!" Well, it turns out the developers did not build this into the game and worse: it appears they have not heard of carpal tunnel problems that can arise from hours and hours of clicking on the same few virtual spots!!! I guess this was a test of stupidity-endurance but in fact, it was pointless and laborious and totally without regard to wrist-safety. Now, I'm too disgusted to continue and will never know how all my many days devoted to what I hoped would be fair play culminate in the game's finale and certainly, when I had earlier planned on buying the set of "Eiffel Tower" and "Statue of Liberty" Monument Builders games, umm....THAT WON'T BE HAPPENING NOW. [Yeah, I am mad atm!]
January 10, 2013
Mindless, boring, no fun at all
April 17, 2012