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Titanic Honor and Glory

Discussion in 'Games CD Programs etc' started by titanicnutt, Mar 30, 2013.

  1. titanicnutt

    titanicnutt Member

    ive been following this for some time and it just hit me to let people know
    theres a group of people working on a new titanic game called
    Titanic Honor and Glory

    these guys are dedicated to getting it completely right .
    right down to every rivet. the ship in game will be FULLY explorable
    i cannot express how excited i am for this game to come out .
    [Moderator's note: Inappropriate content deleted. MAB]
    so go check it out , you wont be disappointed .also if you look up a video on youtube called welcome to the titanic tour . it will give you an idea what the game will look like ingame

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  2. Emilie

    Emilie Member

    I know! This game promise just to be astonishing and marvelous!
  3. titan

    titan Member

    recently I saw a new PC game called Titanic: Honour and glory and it is a complete 3D walkthrough game where every room is accessible. it is still being made though and might take a while. that I the game I would play
  4. Edinlake

    Edinlake Member

  5. walk thru midshipdeck

  6. ClashCorp

    ClashCorp Member

    Awesome Game! New Trailer has been released too

    I've been following the game for a few years, and I'm really excited! Here is one of the latest trailers for Anyone who may be interested.
  7. Charles

    Charles Member

    I have been following them since it was 2013, and now , 2 years after, today, they have completed much of things, and they are aparrently on phase 3 currently.

    I also donated to their Indegogo Blog in hopes of receiving an early demo of the ship with many of it's public rooms.
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  8. Early Demo Released

    The creators of Titanic: Honor And Glory have released an early demo!

    You can find it at: FREE Early Demo

    Please note, the demo is a 1.1Gb download, and requires a pretty hefty rig to run at anything but the lowest settings.

    The demo lets you walk around the D and E deck areas of the aft grand staircase, a little bit of Scotland Road, the aft third class dining area, and the cooling room of the Turkish Baths.

    The amount of detail is stunning, even on the lowest settings. I cant wait to see the finished product!
  9. Charles

    Charles Member

    Pat you mean the D and E decks of the forward grand staircase, the aft staircase only went to C Deck! H☺
  10. You are absolutely right!

    I need to learn the deck plans a lot better.

    Thanks. :)
  11. Charles

    Charles Member

    Titanic: Honor and Glory

    I have been following Titanic: Honor and Glory since summer of 2013, and ever since, they have gotten more into detail! If anyone is interested, check their Tumblr blog! It will amaze you on how much they have done with the Titanic!
  12. I found this screenshot of Titanic: Honor and Glory from devientart, showing the Grand Staircase on D Deck.
    But, please take a closer look at the painting, it's not the same one from James Cameron's movie:
    I'm confused. Titanic: Honor and Glory wanted to be as realistic as possible, so was James Cameron wrong?


  13. Charles

    Charles Member

    Well, Christopher, the painting on James Cameron's does look like one of those on the real ship, but he didn't research areas, because for example, the scene where Jack and Rose are trapped behind the gate in the flooding D-Deck galley area. That staircase they found after that didn't even exist (unless it was the staircase that lead to the Maids and Valets Dining Area) since they could find a way to the first class smoking room to see Thomas Andrews. So far, the 1997 film is about 85% accurate, with the other 15% being with those mistakes.
  14. So you're saying that there was a painting like the considered one from James Cameron somewhere on the ship, but it wasn't hung on the D Deck landing of the Grand Staircase?
  15. Charles

    Charles Member

    Kind of, except somewhere else on the grand staircase, in fact, I believe that film painting was hung on the C Deck landing of the aft staircase.
  16. Olblindman

    Olblindman Member

    I hope these fine young gentlemen that are building this wonderful 'game' can get the finances they need to complete the project......I believe they estimated about 1 million dollars to do it justice.
  17. I pulled down the demo last evening. It's STUNNING. Grand staircase E and F decks, dining facilities, Turkish bath, 3rd class men's dining facility, and a bit of Scotland Road. Informative placards pop up telling you about where you are and a bit about it. You can turn those off easily if you want. They do identify the occupants of particular cabins, though.

    I watched an in-game video of the sinking on Youtube, taken in one of the dining rooms. It was... uncomfortably immersive, so to speak. Water getting higher, furnishings floating around, lights in the room beginning to fail so it's getting darker, grand staircase becoming ever less reachable. That, and it supports virtual reality goggles. (Oculus Rift, like $99 at Walmart)

    The game has at least two modes, explore the ship and solve the mystery. Like 'Titanic: Adventure out of Time' you have a mystery to solve, and you do so by talking to passengers and crew and visiting different locations. Also like T:AooT, you are not time-limited until the ship has it's fatal meeting with the iceberg, and then you go to a real-time progression of events.

    If I weren't disastrously scary-broke, I'd donate to this project.
  18. PITAI

    PITAI Member

    This is encouraging. I'll check it out when it's released.
  19. mueller

    mueller Member

    titanic honor and glory has put on youtube a full length animated version on what happened on the night titanic sank, from the moment it hit the iceberg, to the moment it sank, its stunning i understand that one of the people involved in the project is parks stepenson, a member of this distinguished forum, and i just want to say thanks to him for his part in this project. if anyone wants to watch the video on youtube, heres the link:

    i hope it works out for you all.
  20. Paul Lee

    Paul Lee Member