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    Hidden Mysteries 10: Return To The Titanic

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    JustTheFacts

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    Hidden Mysteries 10: Return To The Titanic

    Post by JustTheFacts on Tue Dec 31, 2013 9:33 am

    Hidden Mysteries: Return To The Titanic
    by Gunnar Games - April, 2012

    Series links: Hidden Mysteries 1: Civil WarHidden Mysteries 2: Buckingham Palace, Hidden Mysteries 3: The White House, Hidden Mysteries 4: The Fateful Voyage Titanic, Hidden Mysteries 5: Vampire Secrets, Hidden Mysteries 6: Salem Secrets, Hidden Mysteries 7: Notre Dame - Secrets of Paris, Hidden Mysteries 8: The Forbidden City, Hidden Mysteries 9: Royal Family Secrets, Hidden Mysteries 10: Return To The Titanic, Hidden Mysteries 11: Gates of Graceland

    Available at:
    Big Fish for PC and Mac
    iWin



    Solve Hidden Mysteries in Hidden Mysteries: Return to Titanic! After  using a secret alias to board the Titanic, things go terribly wrong and  you find yourself trapped among the wreckage.  In order to earn freedom  from your watery tomb you must appease your captor by re-writing history  and freeing the spirits trapped aboard the 'unsinkable' luxury liner as  well as discover why fate has chosen this destiny for you.

    • Unlock puzzles!
    • Unique Gameplay
    • Ultimate Maritime Mystery!
    • Walkthrough (Big Fish)

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    JustTheFacts

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    Re: Hidden Mysteries 10: Return To The Titanic

    Post by JustTheFacts on Tue Dec 31, 2013 9:38 am

    Developer: Gunnar Games

    Supernatural Forces At Work On Titanic?
    Sunny Sunny SunnySunny

    BASED ON COMPLETED GAME

    This is the 6th game in the Hidden Mysteries series, and the 2nd one they have done on the Titanic. I remember only that I didn’t like that one at all when I trialled it, so I can’t tell you if this is a genuine sequel or not.

    There is certainly a different approach to the Titanic STORY here, with spirits and portals and time travel.

    The intro is impressive if simple. It is like a SLIDESHOW with ANIMATIONS and the GRAPHICS look great. The LOCATIONS look convincingly ornate and expensive to me. It's quite a visually attractive game without being at all schmalzy.

    There are no voiceovers in the game. You can skip conversations, but keeping track of the plot will be almost impossible if you do, although the ‘ship’s log’ will help. The scene is set for a true MYSTERY from the very beginning.

    For reasons that aren’t revealed until late in the game, you have gone to extraordinary lengths to be on the Titanic’s maiden voyage in order to meet a famously wealthy man.But somehow you end up at the bottom of the ocean with amnesia. I’ll let you find out for yourself the hows and whys.

    The GAMEPLAY is mostly HO SCENES, with a few MEDIUM difficulty PUZZLES. This is a STRIPPED DOWN style of game, so while you have EXCELLENT COMPUTER-GENERATED GRAPHICS, there is no animation and no interaction in the HOS. It is a static standard list.

    The ADVENTURE is restricted to a FEW locations for each chapter, so the MAP is not essential, but it does give you indicators where you have TASKS still to complete. There are PORTALS that assist some of your travelling. HINT is useless outside HOS.

    I have played about 6 Titanic games, and this is my favourite. It is really WELL MADE, offers a DIFFERENT kind of STORY, and has STRAIGHTFORWARD HO gameplay.
    It is however a simple game and easy game and will not be to everyone’s liking and certainly cannot compete with the extravaganzas now available.

    Still,...

    I Recommend This Game!

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