Excerpt: "...put a picture of the Titanic back together, a few involving filling up bottles with liquids, clock puzzles, chess based puzzles and a few others, but again they were easy to complete. The story behind the game is based upon you finding a bomb that has been hidden somewhere on the ship, you get handed letters by different people and one of these people are the ones behind it. There's also the story of the diary entries of a lady who has had a child ...
Conclusion: i got the oppertunity to play this game and i loved it, it didnt take long to complete but it definatly kept me entertained for several hours. the game can be played on a timer so that you can try and beat yur previous time each time to play a new game.
Conclusion: This game was such a disappointment, the game itself was dull and easily completed. The Titanic theme was just a background for very ordinary puzzles etc. If you look at the text however, it contains adult themes and uses strong words that describe illegitimate children in a coarse and discriminatory manner. It is equally graphic about the mother! The text is small and complex for the age rating of 3 and is quite inappropriate in its phraseology.
Conclusion: Gave up playing the game about 1/3 of way through as got bored trying to find missing objects time and time again. Puzzles were also pretty easy. The game was, in my opinion, very repetitive - two puzzles trying to find hidden items followed by a problem solving puzzle followed by a reading of a diary entry and this sequence of play is repeated time after time.
Conclusion: This game has puzzles galore and it is very addictive! You have to search for missing items etc... The storyline is fantastic and I am a Titanic fan and I thought I knew all the facts but I found alot more in this game. The reason I gave 4 stars instead of 5 is because it doesn't take long to complete,however I do recommend this game.
Conclusion: found it short and boring it looked good but that was on the cover there were not enough games or puzzles to solve for me . you don"t get value for what you have paid.and I will not recommend it to my family and friends
Summary: I bought this game because I assumed it would be like most of the other puzzle games such as Professor Layton and the likes. Titanic Mystery had a nice little story line behind it but lacked puzzles. It has 19 levels and it does get very repetitive, the levels just seem to merge into one. It's basically the same type of game as Millionheir case files. You have to search for objects in rooms, but it's never many items and they are all easy to find.