Titanic Game Adventure Out Of Time


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Don Tweed

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I do not know if this is the right place for this thread, but does anybody out there play this game? And if so, have you ever made it into a lifeboat with the Rubaiyat, the notebook, the painting and the necklace?
I know there is a tips and solutions book out there, but I would like to make it on my own!!!

Just a couple of tips might help though !!!

-Don
 
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Addison Hart

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Ah, I won it a year ago, and every time I've played it since it wasn't as good (as I knew how it all went)...But...I love the game anyway!
 

Connie Hedges

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I haven't had the heart to watch it sink! How realistic is the sinking? If there are screaming people, I may need to turn the sound off.
 
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I tried playing this game, buts its too primitive for my tastes. I suppose the hours I spent playing the "Resident Evil" trilogy spolied me for smooth movement..( and plenty of zombies)


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Although I've beaten the game, I often seem to end up in my cabin along with a bomb, which I need to defuse in order to escape. Never yet managed to do this!

Patricia, your walkthru didn't mention the bomb scenario unfortunately. Anyone know the answer?

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To defuse the bomb:
1. Find the switch box between the explosives and the solenoid. Turn the switch to #3 by clicking on the knob's pointer, then clicking on the 3.
2. Find the switch box between the solenoid and the battery and turn the knob to 3.
3.Find the switch box between the explosives and the alarm clock and turn the knob to two.
4. Let the clock run out. You will hear the alarm ring.
5. Go back to the switch box between the explosives and the alarm clock and reset the knob to 3.
6. The bomb is now disarmed. Click on the box with the key to open it. The key will appear on the navigation screen and disappear once you go out the cabin door.

This was from:

http://www.barracuda-gssm.com/titanic/top10_3.htm

This is an old url so I'm not sure it still works.


They give all the secrets to the game.
Good luck!
 
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I've won the game one time, by getting into the boat with everything, and averting WWI. Of course, I had to resort to the messageboards of the manufacturer in order to accomplish this (getting that combination to the doll to get the necklace out of Barbican's cabin...SHEESH!!!!).

As for the realism of the sinking, I honestly can't tell you. I played the game through headphones, and just before the sinking sequence started, I had to pull them off, turn the volume down on the speakers, and look away from the screen...the Titanic's sinking really, really bothers me.

While the interiors of the ship in the game may not be 100% accurate, you do get a very good sense of being able to walk around the ship. Particularly when you are in the third class area, you find out very quickly how much of a labyrinth it was, and start to understand completely just how impossible it was to find one's way up to the top deck on the night. And that first sight of looking up the Grand Staircase...just spooky.
 

Don Tweed

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Thanks everyone! Barbicans doll I figured out but the bomb!, that one I never could!

Untill now. That was one of the hints I needed, thanks Connie!!!

Still exploring and playing!! Gotta go though, time to try to beat up on Vlad!!!

Thanks again!, Don

P.S.- One more hint! Why does Claris Limehouse give me the shawl? So I can dress like a woman!

No way!!!
 

Connie Hedges

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Don, glad I could help. I don't know why Claris gives you the shawl though.

Kritina, I'll probably do the same as you during the sinking sequence, if I ever get brave enough to go that far. I'm afraid I'll feel like I'm killing them all over again. I love wondering around the ship and looking at the rooms and people though.
 

Paul Rogers

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Connie,

Thanks for the info on the bomb. I can sleep at night now!
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Regards,
Paul.
 
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You can press cancel, or quit on the bomb, and it just lets you play on with the game without having to need to disarm the bomb.

There are many things you can do during the sinking, and if you get the shawl, and if you don't have one of the items (Vlad has them) you go to the turbine room and he's there. You give him the shawl and he gives you the book, or whatever it is that you don't have and saves himself disguised as a woman.

I usually find it that if I get all the items before the sinking, such as the painting, the necklace and book, and deposit it with the purser and then go and get the notebook. When you get it, Zeitel appears, you let him shoot you and then you swap CDs. The lady then gives you the stuff in your cabin and you go get the note book in Zeitel's cabin C59 I think it is. Disarm the bomb or cancel it, you get the book, and you have all the items at this stage.

Go up the staircase, and emerge on the boat deck on the PORT side. Walk to the aft boat on the PORT side and that talkative couple will appear. They ask you to board the boat with them and if you have all the stuff, just agree to it.

You can also emerge on the starboard side, and walk around and go toward the front on the PORT side again and they will also appear. I don't know how long this happens for, but I don't think it lasts all the way to the end of the game.

Daniel.
 
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Oh, Daniel, that's the easy way to get to the boats! ;)

I went toe-to-toe with Riviera and got the Death tarot card...it would have been only half a victory if I didn't get that!
 
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I know that's the easy way. If you really want it hard, stay to the end, get on the boat literally minutes before it sinks (you actually don't need the card for that). The 3rd officer lets you through. I think I did every single ending possible. I could escape with everything most of the time, but if you don't get the neclace from Sasha's cabin before Titanic hits, the ending isn't as desirable, as that's what Vlad uses to fund his missions.

Daniel.
 

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Hi Don,

I've won this game a few times and I still love it even though the interiors are not 100% accurate. I've gotten everything and have made it to the lifeboat in time, minutes before it sinks. Their are several different endings to the game, so even if you don't get one item it will affect the outcome of it such as World War 1 starting. The hint book is very handy to have, since it not only gives you clues, but it also provides you with good information on the characters and some history on the Titanic.

Connie: The sinking is very realistic and their are people screaming. It is very hard to watch.

Best regards,

Jason
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Timothy Brandsoy

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My game doesn't want to work anymore :-( I load it and the computer freezes up. All I get is a small window that's empty. Can I still buy it new somewhere? It can't be too expensive now.

Tim B
 

Don Tweed

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Check the amount of space you have on your drive or de-frag.
The new game is only 10 bucks at any popular retailer.

Take care
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Timothy Brandsoy

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I have about 4 gigs available.
I ran Fixit Utilities on it. It said:
Verify Error: D:\INSTALL\16BIT\CFS ETUP.INI

It's like something was damaged. I'll just buy a new one if I can find it. I haven't seen it around in years.

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I bought a copy for £10.00 on 'E' bay, the search originally bought up eight copies for sale accross the U.K. & U.S., this was on the 15th may. Might be worth a look there
 
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