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Sunday, July 23, 2006
Much like the Mystery Case Files series, the objectives in Hidden Expedition: Titanic mostly involves finding a number of items in each screen from a list on the left. The hint system has been changed slightly for this iteration. Instead of a limited number of usages, a time penalty will be incurred for every clue request.

Opinions on whether the original or it's spin-off is better are divided, although there's no reason why both can't be liked equally since the gameplay on offer is practically the same.

Both Huntsville and Prime Suspects were previously reviewed on this site.

Name: Hidden Expedition: Titanic
Developer: Big Fish Games
Category: Puzzle
Type: Demo
Size: 30MB
Anonymous Anonymous said at 7/25/2006 07:45:00 AM:  
I just want to say how disapointed I am with the new Titanic game. It took a mere 2 hours to complete. All of us who had brought the entire series are so familiar with all the artifacts that have been used in all three games now, it really takes no time at all to find them as we've seen them a thousand times before. Bigfish are doing a 'Zuma' on us..same game over and over but just give it a new name, less is not more!
Anonymous Anonymous said at 7/30/2006 05:11:00 AM:  
Where can I get the other games of the series?
Anonymous Anonymous said at 8/03/2006 07:51:00 PM:  
regarding the previous poster's comment about this being the 3rd game with just a different name by bigfish...anyone know what the first two were called?
Anonymous Anonymous said at 8/05/2006 07:12:00 AM:  
the previous 2 games prior to Titanic are Huntsville and Prime Suspects, both were very enjoyable, especially Prime Suspects! Enjoy
Anonymous Anonymous said at 8/08/2006 03:07:00 AM:  
hey...i liked the game.
Anonymous Anonymous said at 8/09/2006 10:53:00 PM:  
I recently bought Titanic. I really enjoy it. Wether or not it is just another missing object game it is more challenging than MCF huntsville and prime suspects because of the oxygen time limit. It is never the same game twice.
Anonymous Anonymous said at 8/12/2006 06:20:00 AM:  
Huntsville and prime suspects both have time limits...you're not holding your breath are you?
Blogger TayyarSen said at 11/11/2006 02:53:00 PM:  
Does anyone have any hint for cracking the code to open the captain's vault after dive 14?
Anonymous Anonymous said at 12/10/2006 07:17:00 AM:  
I can't seem to figure out the way to crack that code either, did you figure it out yet?