Hidden Mysteries: The Fateful Voyage - Titanic is one of the numerous hidden object adventures. The protagonist of the game, Margie, starts a new life and is leaving with her husband to New York on the board of the luxurious R.M.S. Titanic. You should play as Margie, explore the ship and find items needed to escape the sinking board.
Well, as you can see the storyline is not challenging at all. Still, it has something interesting for you, you can choose the end of the story yourself. There are two possible solutions, and you are to select one of them, or both in turns.
The game has only one level of difficulty to play and, as usual, offers you to adjust brightness, music and sound volume in the full screen mode. By the way, the graphics and music is quite average, as well as voicing.
As for the gameplay itself, it is not great at all. You are moving slowly around the board searching for hidden objects and solving puzzles, without having clear objectives, so you have to walk often forward and backward to find out what you should do next. Moreover, you are constantly involved in long, boring conversations. But, there is a great advantage: you can skip anything you want, even hidden object scenes.
- Everything is skipable
- You can choose the end of the story
- Unclear objectives
- Long conversations
- The storyline isn't very challenging