Take an amazing voyage between past and present in Secrets of the Titanic - 1912-2012, a stirring seek-and-find journey.
Eva and her family are on a cruise following the same path as the ill-fated Titanic. While wearing her grandmother's necklace, she begins to experience flashbacks and finds herself onboard the Titanic but not as herself, instead as her beloved grandmother. Aware of the past, should she try to stop the Titanic and change the course of history forever?
Play as Eva and step into an exciting time traveling adventure that spans generations. Interact with passengers on the famed ship, search for hundreds of hidden items, play challenging mini-games, and solve trying puzzles. Will she let history run its course, or will her decision ultimately affect the future and her family?
Find out when you try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Secrets of the Titanic - 1912-2012 today!
Set sail on the Titanic in this time traveling Hidden Object adventure.
Switch between 1912 and the modern day as you play in two time periods.
Explore stunning scenes that depict iconic locations of the famed luxury liner.
Interact with passengers while searching for hundreds of hidden items.
Play challenging mini-games and solve trying puzzles.
I am stuck in the kitchen. I have the necklace and the key. Help, please:)
null | Added on: April 19, 2012
Not involved enough for what I enjoy. No challenge, okay graphics. More for children.
34152624 | Added on: January 21, 2014
Thirty seconds of game play to each 60 seconds of advertisement. Awkward clues, with duplications that are not the 'right' answer to the clue. (i.e. only THIS shoe is the correct one, not the others available.) UI difficult. Many have posted in various places online that they could not progress because the game would not accept correct moves. I cannot call it 'relaxing', although it is slow paced, due to the overwhelming frustrations it provided.
I finished this game in less than 2 hours. The objects were easy to find. I only had trouble finding about three objects. This would be a good game for children to play since the objects are easy to find. If this game had more levels, it would be better.
Kakkabilly | Added on: April 14, 2012
An OK game, seemed pretty short compared to a lot of other hidden object games. More historical accuracy then you would expect from a game.
Rhea | Added on: April 16, 2012
Boring pretty much says it all. Plus, some of the objects in the hidden object scenes have much to picky click-spots; I often had to click around on different parts of the object to find the correct spot.
mstng | Added on: April 19, 2012
I am very glad I played the trial first of Secrets of the Titantic, it is not a bad game, but I got bored quickly with just getting the family on board. Once that was done I figured the game would pick up, but a few minutes into the scene of the past I am sorry to say it was a let down for an adult. On the upside the game is kid friendly and would probably hold their interest better. It would be a good introduction game into the world of HOG. The graphics are nice the stroyline is family friendly. Thank you GH for the trials on games so it gives players a chance to see a game is for them.
The game is quite interesting because it includes both the 1912 Titanic time period as well as 2012. The hidden object games were not too difficult, but I did have trouble a few times when I clicked on an object and it wasn't recognized. It sometimes took several clicks to actually "find" the object in the game. The match 3 mini-game didn't work for me at all, which is a shame because I really like match 3 games. I finally had to skip over it. Regardless how many times or places I clicked the items wouldn't move, so just had to move on in the game. It didn't take a long time to play the game. If you really like finding hidden objects and don't particularly like all the mini-games or following a detailed story line, this game will appeal to you. If you like anything Titanic, you'll enjoy this one as well. Overall, I liked the game.
I don't get this -- I downloaded this game after reading the description and seeing the pics but it was NOT what it says it is. Instead, I was in one pointless H/O scene after another following some cartoon family packing for their trip...? I mean, I quit fairly quickly, but that was b/c I was expecting something a little more... well, like the description and pictures! Did I download something wrong??? Or am I supposed to weed through all those pointless scenes to uncover a "real" game????
I agree with most of the reviewers. I was expecting a more involved and mature game, instead I got an extremely kid friendly game. I played most of the trial game, but I got sick of the constent HO games and the family still hadn't even boarded the ship. Passing this one up.
Risusa | Added on: January 21, 2014
The game is pretty straightforward and rather easy, so it should be relatively easy for kids and the storyline is interesting enough. Keep in mind though that it's made by a foreign company so some of the words may seem mislabeled (ex.: football = soccer ball) when they're just not "American" so that may seem off putting to some people. But all in all it's decent and entertaining enough to play at least once through. And easy enough for kids.
America, if not the world, is riding the sinking wave of the centennial of the Titanic's sinking. Sadly, it seems to me that this game was thrown together in order to give us a game. I did not even made it through the opening before I lost interest. The beginning is all HO mini-games. That's not bad if the objects are identified properly. One has to guess which frog or which umbrella is intended to be clicked. Not fun. I may change my review if I find the interest in getting past the initial HO minis before my free hour runs out. Sigh.
The base of the story had potential, but the hidden object scenes were ridiculously annoying. You had items on the list that you had no idea what they were. I agree with some of the other reviews, it said to find a brooch and there were multiple brooches in the scene. So you have to click on each one and you had to click just right or it wouldn't recognize that you clicked on it. I almost gave up on the game, but kept playing hoping it would get better. It didn't. I would play this game for free while waiting for another to download but wouldn't purchase this game.
This game is easy enough, and I might have enjoyed it because it has a cute story. Unfortunately, it was really frustrating because you would click on things, and it wouldn't accept the clicks. For example, it might ask you to find a candle in the list of hidden objects. So you would click a candle, but it wouldn't accept it because it wanted you to click on one of the other 3 candles in the room. However, it only asked for a candle. It didn't specify color or anything else, so you're constantly clicking on items requested in the list that the game will not accept. It's pretty annoying. In addition, when you try to use an item in your inventory, if you do not place it in exactly the spot where they want it, it will drop the item back into your inventory. So it sometimes takes a few tries to get something into someone's hand, for example. If you have FunPass and can play it for free, then it can be fun, but I definitely would not spend money buying this game.
I can imagine a cut-rate developer running to his team and saying "I want to make a game that will cash in on the 100th anniversary of the Titanic sinking, we've only got 2 weeks, let's throw something together!" You can always tell the really cheaply made hidden object games when there are three or four of a specific item in a scene, but the request is for just one. Items that are misnamed are also a pretty good clue. Another cheap trick is to change the size of items at random to make it more difficult to find an item (a shoe is smaller than a coin). After playing this game for only 10 minutes, I found at least a dozen such errors and anomalies. I slogged along through enough ugly jumble-sale hidden object screens to see if the puzzles might be worth continuing on. When the first puzzle was a simple slider with very poor mechanics, that was enough for me. A cheap and poorly designed capitalization on the Titanic name, and a definite no-buy.
This game is great fun for those players who simply want a Hidden Object game without all the *fussy* extras. Graphics are good and clear and the clues are not misleading.
40564617 | Added on: February 26, 2014
Had to constantly bring up Task Manager because the game kept freezing. Went out & back in under new name but it did it again & again. WAY too many glitches!!!!
Celinepien | Added on: April 14, 2012
This game was not what I expected, as the Titanic is quite a serious subject. This game is very easy and more suited for kids, which it doesn't say in the description. I played half the tryout but will def. not buy the full game.
devi | Added on: April 16, 2012
This is a pure HO game. Graphics were a little cartoonish which made you think it was going to be easy, but some objects were quite difficult to find. Hint button recharged quickly. Game was a short play. WARNING: do not click randomly ... cursor turns into a spinning dervish which absolutely can make you nuts. Gave me a headache. A note to the game designers ... please do not use this form of punishment. I took a star away for this alone.
I usually love HO games and persevere if they seem a bit boring at the start. However this one seems so pointless and is just cashing in on the 100 year anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. I really don't get it at all and gave up quite early on in the game. Luckily I have funpass, if you haven't don't waste your money.