Inspector Magnusson: Murder on the Titanic

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$ 9.99 USD

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Unravel a tale of murder and conspiracy on the famous RMS Titanic. Help Professor Jakob Magnusson as you travel from the depths of the engine room to the finest suites aboard the great ship to uncover who murdered lowly coal tender Charles Taylor, and why. Solve puzzles and expose clues in this thrilling adventure to piece together the evidence that reveals the dark conspiracy connecting the murder to the doomed ship's tragic destiny!

  • 28 Captivating Hidden Object scenes
  • Challenging puzzles to test your wits
  • Interact with a cast of colorful suspects
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0
  • Hard Drive: 120 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
Inspector Magnusson: Murder on the Titanic


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Inspector Magnusson: Murder on the Titanic 2.9 5 52 52
Enjoyable and an interesting take on the Titanic tragedy This game was a lot of fun. I enjoy a story along with my gameplay, one that's not contrived or convuluted as some have been lately. This story held my interest a lot and the hidden object scenes and puzzles were nicely done. There was an interesting mix of historical and fictional characters and when the final conspiracy was revealed, I was quite surprised! The artwork is quite breath-taking, and I am currently enjoying the downloadable main menu screen as my desktop background. If you enjoy all things Titanic like me, then this is one you'll want to try. It has a lot more interesting story than the recent Hidden Mysteries: Titanic (although I enjoyed playing that one, too#, fascinating character interactions, and fairly challenging gameplay #but not so much that you're clicking the HINT button at every opportunity). Enjoy! May 14, 2012
Great HO Fun I'm a fan of the Titanic, and a HO fan, so this game really worked for me. The game is very light adventure with quite a lot of hidden object play, framed around the investigation of a murder on the Titanic. The art is very high quality, and fit the opulence of the ship perfectly. While there is a fair amount to do around the hidden object scenes, they are the real focus of the game. The scenes and objects are very well done, and even the occasional small object was clear enough for me to identify it. The hint allows you to select the object you want pointed out, which I greatly prefer to a random choice. There is no timer or click penalty, so I just relaxed and enjoyed exploring each scene. I particularly liked the fact that the objects mostly fit the scene and theme of a location, so it isn't just a jumble of random objects. I haven't repeated any scenes yet, and There have been some interesting twists on the standard list (I liked having to organize the tools...I may be a bit OCD) There is a lot of dialogue in the game, as the mystery unfolds. I enjoyed reading through it, but it can be clicked through if you just want to get back into the action. The journal stores critical details on the story, so you won't end up lost. The puzzles were pretty straightforward, and most were at least familiar. I didn't encounter any I needed to skip, and all of them were worked into the story so they didn't seem random or arbitrary. I also quite liked the fit the setting well, and had a good ominous mood to it. If you want a good, old school hidden object game with a very cool setting/story, then I think this is the one for you. May 14, 2012
Good plot and surprising twist of the legend! I am disappointed by some reviews for this game as I thoroughly enjoyed it. The mystery plot is loosely based on some facts of White Star Line at the time and its revelation (here) is audacious and a bit shocking. You are included in this tale and after the ship strikes its iceberg, the 1912 alarm keeps sounding as the need to get yourself into a lifeboat increases. WoW! (I hope I have not revealed too much but I suspect anyone reading this knows about that iceberg, no?) Anyway, the artwork is excellent, the Palm Court restaurant (and many other venues) give you an idea of how lovely the decor must have been. Sound effects and music are fine; the puzzles are good (and many can be skipped). It's not a complex game and you're always shown which part of the ship to progress to next---so that you don't wander about aimlessly. My one complaint is that there is/was no guide or walkthrough as I really wanted to see the storyline through: but as luck would have it, the only time I was stumped was the five nautical symbols that needed to be placed in a row and I DID find help for this by typing the game name in google. I was so grateful to be able to continue and everything else in the game worked well for me. Note: Although this is possibly a 4-star game, I'm giving it five just to raise the overall ratings which I think is "fairer" for it. December 26, 2012
Surprises galore! This game has a fascinating storyline with some great surprises. The music is great and the graphics are clear and attractive. As a bonus, all settings can be downloaded for wallpaper. There are lots and lots of HO scenes, some containing quaint, old-fashioned items. This is a very enjoyable, long-lasting game ? worth buying. June 8, 2012
excellent game,a sad part of history. I really enjoyed this game.There was a lot of mystery to the storyline.The graphics were very good and clear and i found the music quite haunting and sad.I didn't give it 5 stars for fun factor .It is sad if anyone dies at sea,and i liked the game because it gives you a chance to participate in a very tragic time in maritime history. I have read lots of stuff on the Titanic and i liked the scenes,they were very realistic. Great game. May 18, 2012
SSSSSSSUUUUUUUPPPPPEEEEEERRRRRRR i don't like becouse it's just a one hour the game is very good August 22, 2012
super cool cool it was a awesome game i loved it July 23, 2012
My Advice: Play the demo and decide I bought this one and played to the end. It was not terribly challenging and the storyline is convoluted and implausible. It also says some not very nice things about some very real (now dead) people which may border on libel. *But* there was no torture, there were no "experiments on humans" or animals, no vampires, and none of the stuff that's so prevalent in HOG, FROG and IHOG games these days that I've almost completely stopped buying them. Yes, there were murders and there was death and yes, there was "blood", but it didn't have the potential to give me nightmares. What I liked about the game were the graphics. Truly beautiful colors and drawings for most of the game. There are some portions that are comic strips to advance the story, and even those were well done, in black and white. The hidden objects were not all that tough to find - just enough of a challenge for me. The puzzles weren't complicated and the game guided me well. The map colors are dim, so it may be hard to see when one picture lights up. That's how they indicate where to go next. That and the sparkles on the map icon in the lower right. If the map is not sparkling, you're not done in the current scene. Overall, I would recommend playing the demo to get a taste of this one before buying it. If you have coupon credits to spend, it may be worth it to you, especially if you, like me, are getting VERY tired of the far too many far too dark themes for hidden object games these days. May 14, 2012
Enjoyed this one alot I'm surprised this game didn't get better reviews than what have been given so far. I rather liked it since it was refreshing to have a Titanic game back again and have it be a good game as well. Graphics are lovely and clear and gameplay moves along nicely without giving frustration. I liked the story line immensely & (since I don't want to ruin any of it for people who have not yet played this game) there are one or two parts in the story & dialogue that tugs on the heart. HOS were clear and objects not too difficult to find. The time travel which is so much a part of the game made it a little different & kept it interesting. Overall, a good game & if you love HOGs/Adventures I would definitely give it a try. Happy Gaming :) May 14, 2012
Inspector Magnusson: Murder on the Titanic This game has no planet or loved ones who need saving from ghosts, werewolves or an undead madman. No one is on a deserted island where I have to hunt for tiny objects in an untidy pile during a heavy rainstorm. For those who only enjoy the above, Murder on the Titanic will seem rather boring, I'm sure. However, I liked the brightly lit scenes, the early 20th century atmosphere, and the idea of having nothing more dangerous than a murderer prowling about the great ship. The HO scenes were do-able, the text was kept to a minimum, just enough to keep the story moving, and the mini-games were different and a bit challenging. All in all, it was interesting (to me) without being intensely drama-laden. May 14, 2012
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