1912: Titanic Mystery
I have decided not to continue with this game. HO too small and cluttered. The mini puzzles accomplished nothing in the way of gathering inventory. Not a puzzle fan anyway. No actors or voices. The music was annoying and the constant barrage of ship employees' comments were tiresome. Became bored when I had to keep going back to the same scenes time after time because I "missed" something according to the instructions in each note.
May 22, 2012
I finished the game but was not impressed with any of the HO elements, or the puzzles. The story and TItanic trivia was interesting, the graphics were good, but not on a par with MANY other HO games. Ho-hum is the most I can muster for this one. Not a game I will play again...
November 25, 2013
Game was ok
I started off enjoying the game but towards the end I just wanted it to finish. Overall ok but not one of my favourites.
September 16, 2013
This game was ok, played with my 12 yr old. Of course he liked it cause he found all the hidden objects before me. But I was hoping for maybe a few characters besides all the employees coming up in bubbles. Would've liked to have seen the major characters of the love story but guess you can't always have what you want. The facts about the Titantic were good, some I didn't even know about so very historical in a way. 3 stars isn't too bad.
December 13, 2012
While the graphics were acceptable if uninspired, this game was simply too easy to be interesting for most adults. I like the brightness of the sunlit scenes, but the familiar subject matter of the Titanic should have provided a much better experience. And the game has no action of any kind, at least in the demo. It reminds me more of a board game, with enveloped letters and conversations appearing like cards from a deck to carry the action forward. The music and sound are irritatingly repetitive providing no atmosphere, and while the "mystery" may have been leading somewhere I just couldn't bring myself to even finish this boring HOS. There are far better games to spend my money on.
April 7, 2012
Run!! Don't get on the ship or buy the game!!
Strange game to say the least! I thought I was going to like it after the "Trial" so bought it. Had no idea it was just going to keep repeating the same things I had already done over and over! Just when you think you're going to move on you get a letter telling you you've missed some things at the previous locations so back you go but it's just a way to make the game longer! All HOS in the same locations with written blips of true trivia about the Real Titanic! About the first 3/4 of the game there are simple puzzles then they seem to fade away for awhile, come back towards the end. There are no real people in this game just drawings of head shots of 5 crew members and a reporter who's pictures show up and a few lines of true trivia. Don't let the beginning fool you into thinking it's going to be like the simulated news, that's the only action there is! It's a still game, no motion as you would expect with a game about the sinking ship! Locations don't have anything to do with the letters you get. It's completely dis-jointed and boring! It has a little history if you don't know the story at all.. The story they used to make this game in my opinion is silly!! I finished it as fast as I could because I just wanted it to be over!
January 12, 2013
It made me board
The howl game was just hidden object and that make me board.
December 31, 2011
1912 Titanic Mystery
To boring. Nothing to do but find hidden objects that were easy to find.
June 2, 2013
One of the more boring HO games out there
This game was disappointing. The plot was stilted and flat. The objects in the HOS were really random in their scale and placement. There is also a really annoying sound anytime you click an object. If you are looking for a good hidden object adventure game with an engaging plot, nice graphics and an all round enjoyable experience look elsewhere.
May 30, 2013
I must respectfully disagree...
The other reviewers seem to find merit in this game that completely eluded me. To begin with, it hit my pet peeve button with the "hidden objects" that are of random scale, floating in air, have no relevance to the story, etc. The puzzles themselves are completely lacking in challenge or originality, and for such a simple game the whole thing just seems to drag on and on. Playing this made me wish I could have the time I wasted back again.
December 13, 2011