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R&R Software Ltd
Paul Hill
Strategy: Management
ZX Spectrum 48K

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12 (Supplement)
John Lambert
Chris Bourne

ON APRIL 14, 1912 the Titanic sank taking a reputed fortune in gold to the bottom of the sea. In the game from R & R Software, your mission is to find the wreck and to recover the gold.

To start you have to raise finance for the trip and then buy your supplies. That follows the strategy type of game where the first time you play it is rather like pot luck but subsequently you learn what is useful and what is not. Next you have to find the wreck. If you have the NASA map from the first section that will help as otherwise you may suffer the same fate as the Titanic.

Once you have found the wreck you move on to the last section of the game - finding the gold. Each of the three levels on board contains more than 150 locations and your divers must explore them. Their time is limited and if they are not careful they may meet creatures from the deep.

Titanic tries to be a jack-of-all-trades and cover as many different types of game as possible but in the end is master of none. The response times are slow, being predominantly Basic, and too much reliance is placed on random factors.

John Lambert

Memory: 48K
Price: £7.95