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The tense and exciting plot starts in the present and follows Eva as she experiences flashbacks and finds herself on board the Titanic with the power to change the course of history. Gamers can switch between two time periods, 1912 and 2012, and can chose to play in either relaxed or timed mode. By solving puzzles throughout the game, the mysteries behind the greatest maritime tragedy of all time are unlocked and gamers learn that being in control of the past has an impact on the future.

As gamers scour the ship and learn about the past, they must uncover hundreds of objects hidden on board. Ranging from passports and cigar boxes to brooches and hats, the objects when found, are added to an inventory list displayed on the bottom screen and will come in use when faced with a puzzle or problem. Meeting fellow passengers for help along the way, players must explore a variety of iconic locations ranging from the boiler room and infamous first class stairwell, to the upper decks and life boats. Designed to test logic, problem solving and hidden object skills, there are also a number of mini-games which can be unlocked as you progress through the adventure.
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