Coby | Added on: October 2, 2012
The story line is somewhat dumb, the graphics are very poor, some of the puzzles are unsolvable (one requires a knowledge of the Morse Code alphabet which hasn't been used for years), the hidden object puzzles are poorly designed ( one requires finding a doll but no matter how many times you click on the doll, the program will not acknowledge that you found it). and the background music is deadly dull.
Purplefeather | Added on: March 17, 2010
This is a very very easy HO game. I did enjoy learning more about the Titanic. The storyline is not for kids, but would be very easy for them to play because the objects are so easy to find.
pgillenw | Added on: October 26, 2010
While I spent enough time on the la poupe I must say I enjoyed the mystery along with the trivia about the historic Titanic. This game will entertain your youngster or early teen for a spell. Which by-the-way does not mean the enduring adult kid would not enjoy the fantastically easy hidden object hunt and puzzle solving. Enjoy!
Spitfire | Added on: June 21, 2010
Liked the story line. Learned several things about titanic. Items very easy to find. Ok hidden object game. Same rooms all the time I prefer to move around more. Good game for a rainy day.
DarkDragon | Added on: April 21, 2011
This game is pretty good. The storyline seems fine to me, though the ending is a little bit... off. Graphics is ok, and the HO scenes are easy. I enjoyed the mini games and puzzles. Overall, this is a good game and it sometimes is offered for free. Including when I write this review, I've seen this on Today's Free Game twice. I don't really recommend buying it. There're simply much better games out there.
Jasper2447 | Added on: February 17, 2010
Major disappointment was the long delay loading between locations. Other than that a good run-of-the-mill hidden object game with one or two rather stretching puzzles, tho' mostly very straightforward. Kept returning to it, so it must be quite addictive - I have stopped part-way through some others.
sportygal2009 | Added on: February 8, 2010
This game started out pretty good as I did purchase it as I thought it would be more interesting. I enjoyed finding the items as most were very easy, some where a little challenging but you had "life savers" to help you along which you're only allowed to have 6 at one time. If you do have to use them there are at least 2 in each scene that you can replenish your hints. I also enjoyed some of the puzzles especially the couple were you have to block from making moves and take over the board. Oh and the story was interesting but got to be too much after awhile. Where this went downhill for me is as I moved along in this game, it got too repetitive as it seemed I was doing the same locations and sometimes even the same items and in the same spot. Some of the puzzles also got on my last nerve like trying to arrange the chess pieces since I've never played chess and also filling up the wine bottle so it had so much liquid just to name a couple. So I had to skip some puzzles since I couldn't figure them out, didn't make ANY sense and/or seem interesting to me as this is where I spent a lot of my time, not finding the items but doing puzzles. Yeah so after awhile this game seemed like the Never Ending Story as my title says as it took me about 5 hours total as I would play for a bit and then come back to it since I had to skip some puzzles which it will add 10 minutes to your time for each one you skip. This game just seemed to drag on and on. I give it 3 stars overall. It was OK play but if I had to do it over again I wouldn't of purchased this.
DeeJay30 | Added on: April 27, 2011
This game has an interesting story line and lots of little Titanic trivia tidbits. The objects aren't too hard to find and most of the mini-games are pretty easy but has some challenging ones thrown in for good measure. I'm not sure if it will have good replay value, though. The best part of the game is the story and once you know the ending....
purplecak | Added on: March 15, 2010
I don't know where to start with this one. I was so disappointed in the game. The only plus I can think of is that I learned a few things about the Titanic. As for the game, the graphics were bad. They don't even bother to try and hide the objects; they're just pasted on a drawing, and you can even see the white halos around them. There are about 50 levels, and they each took me around a minute to finish. Its very repetitive, and irritating. I like the idea of the the extra puzzles in between levels. They could be a little more challenging, but it was a good idea. The music was also repetitive and irritated me. I only finished the game because the story line was interesting, and I wanted to finish reading the diary. I honestly can't recommend this game. Finding the "hidden" objects is far too easy for an adult, but the diary contents are far too mature for a child. I also don't understand why the game is set in 2012, at the 100th anniversary of Titanic's voyage. Perhaps if they had waited until 2012 to release the game and spent a little bit more time making it, this would be a better game.
deloresindallas | Added on: February 3, 2010
Thoroughly enjoyed this one! The games in between each set were fun, good graphics, good game!
kuke | Added on: February 1, 2010
The mystery kept me coming back for more just to find what came next.
ashleyleanne85 | Added on: February 8, 2010
I enjoyed learning different facts about the Titanic, and also enjoyed the story line. Overall, the game was typical of all Hidden Object games, but still fun.
kitscat | Added on: July 30, 2010
Great story content; neatly done and well-written; language fitting to the era. Language and graphics, along with actual facts thrown in, give the player the feeling of actually being on the voyage. The music is fitting and not irritating. Were it not for the puzzles (most of which I skipped), this game would rate five stars with me.
maryhubb | Added on: February 4, 2010
Great storyline, but a bit too easy to find the objects.
B_N_D | Added on: February 1, 2010
This was a very fun game to play. I have always been interested in Titanic, and felt that this could go either way (being a great game or a horrible game). I think that this game was a great one. It was able to mix history in with the now, in a very convincing game. I also really enjoyed this game because I didn't figure out who was the mad bomber and what the motive was before it was revealed to me. I wholeheartedly suggest you play this game because it's a lot of fun!
mamaronan | Added on: February 26, 2010
I use FunPass & can't judge the value of a purchase. I enjoyed playing the game and completed it in two evenings--long evenings. It would have taken longer, perhaps, if I knew how to play chess and did not skip those puzzles!! I enjoyed the story line, but it is PG-17. It's about the Titanic--EVERYBODY DIED IN FREEZING WATER. It was nice having a variety of puzzles thrown in with a story and suitable graphics. A pleasant way to spend a couple of February evenings in a blizzard in Michigan!
RealArcaderOH10 | Added on: February 22, 2010
Okay so finally finished this never ending game. If it wasn't for the fact that I was interested in learning about the titanic I probably wouldn't have finished. What I hate is that you literally have to look in the same locations like 10 times it gets annoying. Its always like you must look in locations you previously were in ugh. The diary got so good towards the end though. Very unexpected.
mityquinn80 | Added on: February 4, 2010
The storyline itself kept me glued to the game! The puzzles were fun and unique for a game like this. The story kept me guessing til the end! I thought I knew for a fact who the "Mad Bomber" was, but I was wrong! There is plenty of game here whether you pay by the game or have a Funpass. I've never played a game where the story kept me glued, but Agatha Christie comes close. I would play it again for sure!
jamier2712 | Added on: March 16, 2010
The game has an interesting story line, and I enjoyed finding and reading all the diary pages. It had interesting information about the Titanic, which I've always found fascinating.
tracytrebilcox | Added on: February 1, 2010
Yes, I'm a sucker for anything Titanic, but this game has an engaging storyline, and is a good whodunnit. Will it be good for the replay? Maybe in a few months when I've forgotten where most of the items are. The puzzles aren't difficult, but this is a nice, relaxing game. If this had been a book, I would be tempted to look at the end to see who the villain was.