Hillbilly_Gal | Added on: August 13, 2012
I'm in my late 50's, married, full time housewife, the mother of 17 children, have 15 grandchildren with 3 more expected the end of this year and beginning of next year. I play computer games at night and into the early morning hours to relax after spending another hectic day of cleaning our large home, laundry, cooking and baking, yard work, running errands, chatting with several of our grown children and several of our grandchildren on the phone, etc. I played the entire one hour trial of this game and think it's outstanding. It's fun, not difficult to figure out where to go next, just click on the sparkles, the hidden objects are not impossible to find, and the mini games are challenging but you have the option of switching to a Match 3 game instead or skipping the mini game entirely. The hint button in the lower right corner is very precise when needed. This game is also very educational, telling about the incident, dates, details about the ship, the passengers on the Titanic and much more. The graphics are very good. I'm unable to comment about the sound because I never play the sound that accompanies games because at the end of a long day, I enjoy absolute quiet while I'm relaxing by playing games on my computer. For me, this is a "Must Own" game. I love Titanic's Keys To The Past game and hope that National Geographic will create more Hidden Object games similar to this one.