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Archive for January, 2013

Review #492

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013

Murder on the Titanic
Developer: Easy Interactive
Publisher: Joindots GmbH
Genre: Hidden Object/Adventure
Release Date: 12/6/2012

Murder on the Titanic is a remake of a PC hidden object/point and click adventure game that came out in May of 2012. The game was tepidly received by fans of the genres and I have to admit that I was not impressed when I played it via Big Fish Games. So I was a bit surprised when it was remade for the 3DS. I was hoping someone else on staff was going to pick up our review copy when it came in, but it sat there unloved and untouched. So, since we need filler for the beginning of the year I decided to play it. I mean, I had already played the original – how different could this be? The fact is it was noticeably different from the original with puzzles having different solutions and/or starting points, but most of the changes unfortunately made the game even worse. It’s sad because one would think the 3DS and its predecessor were the perfect point for point and click adventure games, but we just haven’t seem too many of them for either system, and those that we have seen…tend to be mediocre at best. So what awaits you with Murder on the Titanic besides two hours of hidden object finding and other puzzles? Let’s take a look.
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