If you have a copy of the "Shipbuilder" this cabin was the same style as the photo of cabin B63. I don't have my copy at hand, so I can't point you to specific figure numbers. It was white upper walls, with a 3ft oad dado around the room. However instead of a brass bed, there would have been wooden beds in this room (a different style to the wooden beds usually seen).
No, in the game they did not get the style for cabin C73 right. That style existed of course, but cabins C69, C71 and C73 were all decorated in the same style, and it was the style that I explained above, which was the same as seen in Fig.100 of the Shipbuilder.
I suppose, like all the Titanic movies, "Titanic-Adventure Out of Time" couldn't hope to get it all right. How would you rate the overall quality of the graphics as to accuracy ?
Still it's fun to play - I have actually "won" a few times but have since retired from the game after preventing the Russian Revolution, World War I, World War II, Adolph Hitler, etc.
More fun to rest on my laurels and just take the tour. Maybe even go back and play a few hands of Poker with Buick Riviera. LOL.
For 1995, I have to give the game its due credit! But if I had to really nit-pick, there are a lot of inaccuracies in the game, especially the first class corridors (well 2nd and 3rd class too). However the game gives a good general feel for the ship. Keep in mind also, that the knowledge of the ship's interiors wasn't that advanced when the game was being made. A LOT of information has surfaced and research has been done into the interiors since the game was made.
I can remember that C86 and C77 were decorated in Georgian. But there were two style of Georgian, a late and early, where one was white painted walls and the other was polished wooden walls. I'm sure thre were other cabins in Georgain style as well.
Well of the ones I mentioned above, C77 was decorated in late Georgian. This means white painted walls. Its the same style of cabin as is seen in the full page color illustration in Illustrated History (I think it's pg.46 or 56 ... I'm going from memory here).
In short, the cabin was in Modern Dutch style (the sycamore version). What books have you got? I may be able to point it out to you in another book. Have you got that really big book, I think its called the three sisters, Olympic, Titanic and Britannic? I haven't got it with me, but if you have it, I can check it later and let you know which page the image is on.