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This adventure game is stunning, completely immersing you in its intriguing plot. The famed luxury liner is painstakingly recreated digitally, and you get to fully explore the ship as a British agent on a mission.
Titanic is a very well crafted adventure game with a complex, engaging plot. It also offers a visually stunning, accurate recreation of the famous (or should I say infamous?) ocean liner. The puzzles may not be particularly hard, but the game gives you so many different things to do that the puzzles never take center stage. Besides, any game that, like Titanic, actually mentions my hometown (Krakow, Poland) and calls it charming is bound to get thumbs-up from me. Still, personal biases aside, Titanic is a worthy successor of Dust and one of the better adventure games of 1996.
But this game has another interesting twist. You can choose, instead of playing the game, to explore the ship in tour mode. Several characters in the game appear as tour guides, relating facts on the Titanic itself or areas of the ship. This second program ensures you will never grow tired of the CD-ROM. Even after you solve the game, you can explore the old ship to your heart's content from the bridge to the bowels. The graphics of the game are superb, evoking the richness of the original Titanic so much that you feel you are actually on the ship.