About This Game
To begin with, you are a third class passenger, and you quickly find yourself in the grip of one of the most powerful forces known to modern man, the desire for a free upgrade. As you move up to second and at last to first class, more and more of the ship becomes accessible to you, and more and more of its mystery unravels. What has happened here? What terrible events occurred the night before the launch? Who is the mysterious Titania whose brooding statues dominate the ship? Can you solve a series of increasingly bizarre and surreal puzzles, unlock the central mystery and return to Earth before the parrot drives you finally and irrevocably mad?
Starship Titanic is a graphic adventure game played from a first-person perspective. The player moves on the eponymous ship by clicking on locations indicated by the cursor and advancing to the next frame after a blurred transition (although this can be avoided by holding down shift during clicks).
The mouse can also be used to pick up and store items in your inventory and interact with onscreen objects
- All original interactive characters and game design by Douglas Adams
- Stunning cinematic interiors from the Oscar®-winning design team of Oscar Chichoni and Isabel Molina.
- SpookiTalk – at the time, a cutting-edge, natural language text parser, enabling complex and entertaining conversations between the player and the game’s characters.
|Genre||Adventure – Point-and-click – Sci-fi|
|Languages||Audio and Text : English, Deutsch|
|Company||The Digital Village / Completely Unexpected Productions|
|Released||April 2, 1998|
Minimum System Requirements
Recommended system requirements
|System||Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10||System||–|
|Memory||512 MB RAM||Memory||–|
|Graphics||3D graphics card||Graphics||–|
|DirectX||DirectX 7||DirectX||DirectX 9|
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