TITANIC: CHALLENGE OF DISCOVERY
Sweep the oceans for artefacts
We all know the Titanic has been found, but what if it hadn't?
What if it was your job to find her? Could you do it? Where would you start?
With Robert D. Ballard's Titanic: Challenge of Discovery you have the
opportunity to put together a crew and supplies for the journey of a lifetime -
to find the Titanic.
And since you are probably like me and know nothing
about sailing or ships or deep sea exploration, then a little practice, and a
lot of advice, may just come in handy.
In Titanic: Challenge of
Discovery you start off at the Port of Seaton where it is a good idea to speak
to as many people as possible, visit the office, the museum and the workshop.
The information you pick up here will be invaluable in your quest for
ships that lie at the bottom of the ocean.
Once you feel you have all
you need in the way of information it is time to put together a crew, choose a
boat, select the right equipment and take on provisions.
This is not as
difficult as it might seem.
Once you have assembled your expedition it's
time to sail out to sea.
Here you will sweep the oceans looking for
sunken ships and when you find them you will explore them and, in some cases,
dive to their murky depths and recover precious atefacts for the museum.
It is a lot of fun and adventure and the exciting as you come across
what might be a sunken ship and have to use all your resources to investigate
your discovery. You must do this while also tending to the needs of the crew.
Quite a challenge from Panasonic Interactive Media, but one that is most