Challenge of Discovery
||(Win95/98/Me/XP) (Retail) (TITANICCPR)
||(Win95/98/Me/XP) (Jewel Case) (TITANICCPJ)
Game / Simulation
ESRB Rating: Everyone
Join the World's Greatest Deep-Sea
Gather your equipment and alert your crew. You're diving to
the bottom of the sea to locate, identify, and explore the secrets hidden in
the world's most famous shipwreck, the RMS Titanic. Created with the
help of Dr. Robert D. Ballard, internationally renowned deep-sea explorer and
the real life discoverer of the lost luxury liner, Titanic: Challenge of
Discovery is an intensely authentic simulation of underwater exploration.
Players must overcome a whole range of incredible real-life challenges
including ocean currents, storm force winds, fog, ice floes, and the threat of
a mutinous crew. Using deep ocean transponders, specialist marine maps, sonar,
remote operated vehicles, and underwater camera systems, this thoroughly
interactive 3D experience takes players on expeditions in search of three
famous shipwrecks. Begin your adventure by finding the Isis, a 4th
Century Roman merchant vessel. Develop your undersea skills searching for the
famous German WWII battleship, Bismarck. Then uncover the greatest
secret of the sea...Titanic.
Historically accurate reconstructions of three famous
shipwreck sites: The Bismarck, the Isis, and the RMS
Pilot the deep ocean submersible, Discovery, in
real-time 3D through unimagined depths to find and survey shipwreck sites.
Game simulates ever-changing weather patterns.
Interact with 13 video crew members, each with a
special skill set, temperament, and productivity factor.
Work with specialist equipment including sonar, remote
operated vehicles, and towed camera systems.
Windows 95/98/Me/XP: Pentium 120 MHz (Pentium II 166
MHz recommended), 16MB RAM (32MB recommended), 2MB Video RAM 800x600 16 bit
graphic card (4MB Video RAM recommended), 4x CD-ROM drive, 120MB hard disk
space, 16 bit audio, DirectX 5.0 or higher.
Tested on Windows XP. Runs OK in Windows 95 Compatibility
Mode at 800x600 resolution (or higher) with 16 bit color.
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