Wii #1820 - Hidden Mysteries: Titanic - Secrets of the Fateful Voyage

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Hmmm - according to a couple of descriptions - It's seems similar to Millionheir/Sherlock Holmes type games, but with added minigames

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Mixing inventory puzzles, point-and-click adventure, and traditional hidden object gameplay, Hidden Mysteries: Titanic -- Secrets of the Fateful Voyage puts players aboard the opulent cruise ship during its final few hours. Gamers must hunt for hidden items through 15 chapters, all the while interacting with fellow characters to gather information and obtain important objects. Some of those objects can then be used in more than 20 mini-game puzzles, many using specific touch screen controls, while the dialog choices players make affect which paths are available and alter the ultimate conclusion of the game.
 

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CannonFoddr said:
Hmmm - according to a couple of descriptions - It's seems similar to Millionheir/Sherlock Holmes type games, but with added minigames

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Mixing inventory puzzles, point-and-click adventure, and traditional hidden object gameplay, Hidden Mysteries: Titanic -- Secrets of the Fateful Voyage puts players aboard the opulent cruise ship during its final few hours. Gamers must hunt for hidden items through 15 chapters, all the while interacting with fellow characters to gather information and obtain important objects. Some of those objects can then be used in more than 20 mini-game puzzles, many using specific touch screen controls, while the dialog choices players make affect which paths are available and alter the ultimate conclusion of the game.
I think the description you have there is actually of the DS version. It will still hold but I thought I would just point that out.
 

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I think he was being sarcastic... who knows if you like this type of game I suppose it could be fun. I never could get into this type of adventure, too slow for me... I am a glutton for punishment though, since I downloaded it anyway and I am burning it now.

Hell it's just one DVD-R it's not gonna kill me plus with all the good releases for the Wii lately, this has been slow week.. at least it's not about cooking, animals or yet another hunting game... what is the deal with hunting games for the wii anyway? Do lots of hunters buy Wii's?
 

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Please, save Jack.. don't let him Die... frozen his balls on the Artic oceean
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