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Game Review   2010-04-01

 

Hidden Mysteries: The FatHidden_Mysteries__The_Fateful_Voyage___Titaniceful Voyage - Titanic

 

Hidden Mysteries: The Fateful Voyage - Titanic is the latest seek-and-find game from GameMill Entertainment.

 

The game picks up a theme way too familiar to almost everyone who has lived on this planet for at least 10 years. The theme has been used in casual games quite often as well.

 

 

The game story follows the James Cameron's blockbuster Titanic film a lot.

 

 

Hidden_Mysteries__The_Fateful_Voyage___TitanicThe story, in fact, has some similarities with said film. Margaret, an Englishwoman from a poor background, sets sail on the Titanic with her rich husband Robert (who turns out to be a bit of a cad) to start a new life in New York. 

 

The cast of characters also includes Margaret's mum, a mouthy little cockney boy who's always underfoot, a rather creepy engineer who's hanging out inside the belly of the ship for some reason, and a few others.

 

The game basically plays like a much more rudimentary version of the later Mystery Case Files titles by offering a combination of inventory puzzles (where you have to pick up items and use them to solve puzzles in the scene) and hidden object searches, where you zoom in and find a set of objects on a list, which yields one key inventory item.

 

Hidden_Mysteries__The_Fateful_Voyage___TitanicSolving these inventory puzzles often involves travelling between different parts of the ship via a map. There's the occasional mini-game, too, such as navigating through a maze in the dark, mastering card games and shuffleboard, and connecting a circuit board.

 

The solutions to the inventory puzzles can seem rather arbitrary and vague, and the instructions for the mini-games aren't always spelled out clearly.

 

Can't find a hidden object? No sweat: Not only are there no time limits, no penalties for random clicking, and unlimited hints, but you can skip an entire hidden object scene as well and just grab the one object that you actually need.

 

Late in the game you'll have to make a choice that will lead you to one of two possible endings.

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