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Re: Titanic - Lost in the Darkness

Postby Adsolution » 25.04.2012, 04:15

kingchad30 wrote:seriously u all got it wrong .. it was hard too see the iceberg due to calm waters creating a bling mirage effect making anything in front of the ship hard to see..

Partially true, though they were still able to see it from half a mile away. The captain unfortunately was too proud to slow down and kept sailing ahead at 20 knots. I'm no captain, but I don't think any sensible person would go faster than ten with any kind of impaired visibility at night like that.

Now enough of this bickering, there are almost four sides to this argument and we're getting nowhere.
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Re: Titanic - Lost in the Darkness

Postby Psychoisalive » 25.04.2012, 04:19

I think the name of this must be just "Lost in the Darkness"...without the "Titanic"
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Re: Titanic - Lost in the Darkness

Postby Gaming Arts » 25.04.2012, 09:42

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Re: Titanic - Lost in the Darkness

Postby Adsolution » 25.04.2012, 10:33

Psychoisalive wrote:I think the name of this must be just "Lost in the Darkness"...without the "Titanic"

Glad you agree! I'm just curious for the dev's opinion on that idea.
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Re: Titanic - Lost in the Darkness

Postby F37 » 25.04.2012, 14:45

I think it would be better to draw people attention with Titanic in the game's name. Lost in the darkness alone would not catch as much attention than Titanic IMO.
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Re: Titanic - Lost in the Darkness

Postby jason187781 » 25.04.2012, 15:06

Whoah, Page 5 was one big argument lol.

I personally think "Lost in the Darkness - Titanic" would be best. You gotta have Titanic in there somewhere, F37's right it needs "Titanic" in the title to draw more interest.

Keep up the good work, I will pay money to exsplore this one :)
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Re: Titanic - Lost in the Darkness

Postby VengenceBot » 27.04.2012, 07:43

Id pay if it was like escape from Titanic!! Id get lost and end up try a steal something.. times up , game over!!
Then maybe Like I have to kill and get a VIP boat pass.. now it's fun! might take 5 tries till I win
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Re: Titanic - Lost in the Darkness

Postby d1ea » 28.04.2012, 13:03

Well you have to escape from the ship, i think we all know what happens if you don't. But of course you might get lost because its a big ship, but that might be bad thing for you since the water is rising and there is not enough lifeboats for everyone. :)

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Re: Titanic - Lost in the Darkness

Postby metacrix » 28.04.2012, 17:56

Found this video:



I don't know, but thought it may help :)
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Re: Titanic - Lost in the Darkness

Postby d1ea » 28.04.2012, 19:01

That is the current theory how she went down. And you will see that on TLITD as well. :)
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Re: Titanic - Lost in the Darkness

Postby Adsolution » 28.04.2012, 23:48

Whew, that's a really good video! :) I wonder if they have any other things like this.
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Re: Titanic - Lost in the Darkness

Postby F37 » 29.04.2012, 01:14

d1ea wrote:That is the current theory how she went down. And you will see that on TLITD as well. :)


You plan to break the ship in 2 pieces during the sink like in this video ?
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Re: Titanic - Lost in the Darkness

Postby Adsolution » 29.04.2012, 01:26

F37 wrote:
d1ea wrote:That is the current theory how she went down. And you will see that on TLITD as well. :)


You plan to break the ship in 2 pieces during the sink like in this video ?

I would think so... that's one of the main aspect of the sinking. :P
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Re: Titanic - Lost in the Darkness

Postby d1ea » 29.04.2012, 09:45

RayFan9876 wrote:
F37 wrote:
d1ea wrote:That is the current theory how she went down. And you will see that on TLITD as well. :)


You plan to break the ship in 2 pieces during the sink like in this video ?

I would think so... that's one of the main aspect of the sinking. :P


Yes, its going down in two pieces. :)
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Re: Titanic - Lost in the Darkness

Postby MikeyBeehan » 30.04.2012, 01:06

I want this right now! :O I want to be Leo on the bow of it LOL


 
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