Review: Titanic Mystery (DS)
Exactly 100 years after the original ship sailed on its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York, the all-new Titanic sets off on the same voyage. Build with the same level of luxury and extravagance, but with modern day safety designs and up to date lifeboats.
- Hidden objects gameplay.
- Nice artwork graphics.
- 4 profile slots.
- Touchscreen and face button controls.
- 10 chapters to play through. Each chapter has several levels within them.
- Find diary entries with Titanic facts on them.
- Local offline leaderboard.
- Mini games to unlock to uncover more clues. Jigsaws for example are used and work really well.
- Huge playing area. So much so you have to scroll around the screen.
- Hints available.
- Little to no replay ability.
- Very basic.
- Some levels are so simple it’s like they didn’t even try to hide objects.
- DS game so no 3D support.
in Summary, the game does exactly what it says on the tin. Find hidden objects, learn facts about the Titanic and do a few mini games. That’s it and not more can really be said. It’s a short game and is a bit on the easy side. A throw away experience with minimal game play.