Also, let me point out that the staircase they descended might have been 'L'-shaped, which would have opened up on a longitudinal corridor. Again: the main corridor on the starboard side of E Deck.quote:
. . .and scuttled down a short flight of stairs that doubled back halfway down and open at the bottom to the left again. This opening would have been in a passageway that traversed across, not longitudinal, if the stairs that led to it were going toward starboard and then back toward port.
That was Bruce's site, Les. My mistake.quote:
I am not aware of any plans on Mark's web-site
How do you make your writing have character styles and more emoticons?
The deck plans in Titanic: Adventure Out of Time are not great, as they are not entirely accurate. But they aren't the worst either. For instance, they have the Squash Court on F-deck, when it was clearly on G-deck, as Lester corrected me several years ago on here. Although, I give them credit for trying. I'm sure there are other errors in terms of location, but I can't think of them off the top of my head. Lester, have you got any?quote:
How accurate (or not) would you (Mark, Michael,Jason, et.al) consider the deck plans and the graphics for "Titanic-Adventure Out Of Time" CD-ROM game ?