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Brad Rousse

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...you miss the last lifeboat?

What I mean is, do you see characters jump overboard, does Morrow turn his revolver on himself, what happened to Eric Burns and Max, how is the sinking presented when Carlson goes down with the Titanic, etc?
 
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Morrow never shoots himself, but he shoots Andrew Conkling, sending him flying overboard. You never see Eric Burns again, and Max stays at his table in the smoking room.

Basically, you see the ship from a distance, and you hear the band playing. You also see a funnel falling, the vessel breaking in half, etc.

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No, that's Buick Riviera. I'm talking about Max, who was from Philly and introduces you to Zietel in the beginning...

Is it the exact same thing as if you got off? I just assume you don't see how history was changed...
 
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Oh sorry, I was thinking Max was the cardsharp. It's been about seven months since I last played, so I'm a little rusty to say the least. If memory serves, you see Max in the lounge one final time. I know he dies in the sinking.

Yeah, it's pretty much the same scenario. Then I think it tells you that war broke out two years later, etc.
 

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Ah, okay. I heard that supposedly the fantail is opened after 2 AM (THEN you can talk to Max), and the remaining cast congregates there...or maybe it was still just the after Boat Deck...
 
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I think it's just the after end of the Boat Deck. The only thing that really opens up during the sinking is the lounge. Again, this is if memory serves.
 

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I suppose that works. Maybe the game should have shown a POV shot of you jumping overboard or a wave chasing you like the bomb blast in the beginning of the game...
 
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Yeah that would have been much better. Something I also never liked about the sinking sequence was it would show animation of a certain part of the ship filling with water, but if you went to that location it would be dry as a bone.
 

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Ah, like the Smoking Room window and Grand Staircase dome implosions? I noticed that too, and it was irking/odd...

Doesn't Troutt admit he killed his wife or some other deep secret in the end? *I ask all this because my game is being leant right now...*
 
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Hey,
Ya I think he does or he says something suspicious. I wish they would have crowded the decks more rather than 10 people standing in nice little lines but o well its still good!
 

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Well, if they had been historically accurate and put a several hundred crowd on the Boat Deck and the railings dividing the separate promenades, you wouldn't be able to travel efficiently...
 
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I heard that budget restraints had a lot to do with what the game lacked. That's why so many of the rooms were locked, there's only a few passengers on the Boat Deck, and the sinking scene is reused for both endings.
 
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In the end, Max, Charles, Jack, the two seaman and Morrow, and Daisy Cashmore (the arrogant woman who would not go without "the right people") are all congregating at the after boat deck, the front area is more or less deserted.
Also, I always wished that you could your more of the ship, and in particular Second Class.
 
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Timothy Brandsoy

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Laura,

You need to find James Cameron's TITANIC EXPLORER. It's a 3 disc CD-ROM. The dining room and Cafe are from the movie set and are awesome. I just got a new computer that can finally FINALLY play all my Titanic stuff! I also have TITANIC AOoT and Robert Ballard's TITANIC, but I can't remember that one all too well. It's been 4 years since I've played it. But I think Ballard's was more about deep sea diving that the ship itself.
 
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Chris Nicholson

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Oh and at the end if you die, that trask guy says that he knows about how you got a second chance but you blew it and now you are going to die.
 
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Does anyone know how to get the decoder to work? I have had the game Titanic AOoT for a long time, just never had a computer that would run it until now, so I am way behind. I got the necklace, wireless telegrams and had to enter a code in the decoder and I would get some type of error message so I am stuck. I cannot get the Tip's and Tricks book as it is out of print. Help!
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Daniel Ehlers

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Susan:
I had the hint book back maybe five or six years ago, but I loaned it to my friend who lost it. Luckily, I had it memorized by then... Anyway, I got the decoder to work once, but I couldn't figure out what I did. Usually, though I just went to the Cafe Parisien, got the pipe, took it to Trask, then went to the Turkish bath, turned on the water, and looked in the mirror... It gives you the same message...

Hope this helps!
 

Eric Paddon

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Susan if you have the wireless messages, then you should have no trouble doing the decoder. It's been awhile since I played it, but I think you don't put in any spacing and just type it all like a single word.
 
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