Average Playtime: 1 hour

Fall of the Titanic

Add to
My games
10
Add to
Wishlist
Save to
Collection

Click to rate

1
Meh
1
Skip
1
Exceptional

About

FALL OF THE TITANIC 103 years ago, the RMS Titanic set sail from Southampton, full of pride and glory. Now, the ship is merely remembered as a tragedy like no other at sea. In Fall of the Titanic, set foot onboard again, exploring the Titanic deck for deck. Discover what the layout, structure and purpose of the ship was like 103 years ago, and experience the tragic sinking all over again. EXPLORE Explore every deck of the Titanic, from Orlop to Boat-deck. Walk along the promenade deck, or discover how excluded the boilers really were. Discover hidden rooms and amenities, like a swimming pool, bathhouse, squash course and much more. Enjoy the beauty and elegance of the first class, as well as the endless hallways of the lower decks.EXPERIENCE THE TRAGEDYThe sinking escape mode allows for a deck-by-deck escape from F to Boat Deck. Hurry away from the rising water in search for useable tools and exits in the labyrinth of corridors hidden in the mass of the doomed ocean liner. See the beautiful spaces disappear in the endless water as you try to escape from a freezing death. Find your way to a lifeboat in the dark, cold night, surrounded by nothing more than water and the sound of a creaking, massive ship.MAKE IT SINKIn exploring mode, control when the sinking starts, so you can see which areas fill up with water as the ship slowly sinks below surface. This lengthy sinking sequence allows for a more time-realistic simulation of the sinking, with the ability to check every part of the ship during the process, as well as to choose your preferred sinking duration.
Platforms
Release date
Developer
TheWgames
Publisher
TheWgames
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows Vista or Higher
  • Processor: 2GHz Dual Core
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GTX 460
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows Vista or Higher
  • Processor: Intel Core i5
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GTX 750
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
Read more...
Edit the game info
Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

Where to buy

Steam

Top contributors

Sinkler

1 edit
76

Fall of the Titanic reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
What to say. The Parts of the Game (or Ship) that exist are reasonably well done, but they are not many. The Game is ultimately little more than a Model of the Titanic to walk around and explore. The Model Making of the finished sections of the Ship is quite detailed. The famous Places on Board-Dining rooms, large Staircases, Bridge etc. make quite an Impression. Even If they are not completely flawlessly built in places, error-free in the Sense of 3D modeling, here and there are sometimes a few Window frames half above the window, placed half above the Wall and the like. In some Cases it is also difficult to hit the entire narrow Side Stairs in such a way that you run them up-instead of running against them. What weighs much heavier is the technical Implementation of the Game. For example, the far too short Visibility, the long Corridors and especially Decks in The fog at the Horizon, and the still deficient Frame Rates. Or that the next deeper or higher Deck is only loaded when you walk the Stairs, and you look in "Holes" Beforehand. Since the Development of the Game has been "pausing" for more than a year now, it is also easy to assume that nothing more is being done. Too Bad about it. A Titanic designed To the last Cabin would certainly be wonderful to look at and explore. It seems not to come to this any more. Not in this Game, Anyway. With that In mind ... I can already see Honor & Glory at The front-very small of course.
Read more...
Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
As for this Game, I notice a distinct "Ambivalence" in me. Normally I would because of the Contrapoints:-There is Chewing-actually no Edge smoothing and because of this only so flickers in front of it-Textures are faulty or often missing completely (Holes in the Graphic)-You often get stuck in/on Doors or Stairs- Jump through Walls suddenly-etc. clearly give the Game a Thumbs down and advise Everyone to spend money on it. But there are still a few Prospects:-3 different Modes Explorere (free Commit and explore) Escape (Escape mode from the sinking Titanic) Sinking (Here you can get the Sunset in different Time Modes And from freely selectable camera perspectives Watch)-Detail Infatuation of the Developer "Fall of the Titanic" is a really gaaaaaanz early Alpha from the Hand of a single Man! I really liked to pay the €2,99am here because I have supported a "Lone fighter" (Not a big Company like, e.g., B, Sony etc., which now also throw early-access on the Market) who, in my Opinion, has so far really Made a difference. Has done! I'm looking forward to seeing how the Game will evolve. On the basis Of this Fact alone, there is a Thumbs up from me despite the Contrapoints listed Above. It will certainly take a lot of Time until "Fall of the Titanic" Becomes a fluid running, graphic Treat. But I can wait! ;)---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EDIT: We write the 19.12.2017..........im/am Game since my "Ur-Review" nothing has happened. Aprospros write ... The Game can now be confidently written off. Whether the Developer no longer has a Buck, is just too lazy, permanently ill or even dead (maybe drowned) ... K.a.!!! In any case, I am personally very disappointed, advise the Purchase quite clearly and give a Thumbs down!!!
Read more...
read more