Game Title: Secrets of the Titanic: 1912-2012
Pogo_JT’s Rating: 4 of 5 stars
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Genre: Hidden Object Games, Super Access
What’s the big deal?: 100 years after the Titanic sank down to the depths of the icy ocean floor Eva and her family are sailing the same voyage – only on a different ship. Eva’s grandmother, Elizabeth, was aboard the Titanic and while Eva is aboard her ship she flashes back to the time the Titanic was sailing.
Here’s the catch, Eva is aboard as her grandmother! Are you willing to help Eva try to alter the course of history and stop the Titanic from sinking? I suggest giving it a try, because this game has a fun story, quality graphics, and is super fun to play.
Admittedly, this game heavy with hidden object scenarios, but the scenes are not impossible to solve and the game progresses quite easily. I liked being able to solve the scenes relatively easily, because I was really interested in the story and couldn’t wait to progress further.
The game is not hard to play, so anyone can jump in easily. While playing as Elizabeth you are searching in scenes designed to portray the Titanic ship, which creates a fun blast from the past. Throughout the game facts about the Titanic are presented, and the historical context keeps the things spontaneous.
Along the way you meet other passengers aboard the Titanic and play puzzle games to help with clues, such as jigsaw puzzles, matching games, and even a jewel buster mini game. I liked the integration of the mini games because each game was different and fun to play, and they gave the overall game more depth.
If Hidden Object games aren’t your thing, then you might want to save your sea legs for another game. However, if you’re a fan, then you really should climb aboard and give Secrets of the Titanic: 1912-2012 a try. I think you will be pleasantly surprised with how quickly you found yourself getting caught up in the quest to alter history.
This game does moves quickly, but it’s not going to give you a headache, and after only a short period of time you will likely be hooked.
So what do you say to a deep sea adventure with some time travel in between? I say climb aboard and until next time, happy playing friends. -Pogo_ JT