Computer Gaming World (CGW)
But for all the effort, the game’s just not very funny. Where STARSHIP TITANIC excels is in beautiful visuals, and those are a dime a dozen in adventure games these days. The puzzles are a little better than average, but just a little. It’s unlikely that anyone will enjoy STARSHIP TITANIC half as much as Legend’s uglier, but much funnier, CALLAHAN’S CROSSTIME SALOON.
It’s a shame, because Douglas Adams is such an enormous talent (not to mention a passionate and knowledgeable gamer), but it seems highly likely that this TITANIC’S success will resemble that of its nautical, rather than that of its cinematic, namesake.