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I bought this game because I assumed it would be like most of the other puzzle games such as Professor Layton and the likes.
Titanic Mystery had a nice little story line behind it but lacked puzzles. It has 19 levels and it does get very repetitive, the levels just seem to merge into one.
It's basically the same type of game as Millionheir case files. You have to search for objects in rooms, but it's never many items and they are all easy to find. There just didn't seem to be much depth to the game. I was quite disappointed, I had hoped that the levels could have progressed and got harder as I went through but alas they just stayed the same.
You do get a few different puzzles at the end of some levels such as jigsaws, where you have to put a picture of the Titanic back together, a few involving filling up bottles with liquids, clock puzzles, chess based puzzles and a few others, but again they were easy to complete.
The story behind the game is based upon you finding a bomb that has been hidden somewhere on the ship, you get handed letters by different people and one of these people are the ones behind it.
There's also the story of the diary entries of a lady who has had a child out of wedlock, she finds that the boys father is aboard the ship but is engaged to another woman, they meet up and things progress from there. It is a sweet story line but a boring game.
It takes minutes to find the 'hidden' objects and offers no option to try is at a harder level.
If you haven't got the patience for long games then this would probably suit you, or even for 7,8,9 yrs old children.
I have found the game available on amazon for £17.69 but if I were you I'd wait until it is way down in price as you don't get seventeen pounds worth of play from this game.