Dive To the Titanic: The Diving Simulator

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Simulation
Publisher: Excalibur Publishing
Release Date: Nov. 26, 2010

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by Rainier on Nov. 18, 2010 @ 3:30 a.m. PST

Dive To the Titanic: The Diving Simulator is a highly detailed, realistic 3D-undersea adventure. With the submarine "Nephron" dive into the ocean and head about 4000 meters down to explore the long-lost wreck of the Titanic!

The proud vessel, sent to the depths of the ocean after a catastrophic iceberg collision still captures imaginations today. Operating the mini-submarine, "Nephron" travel 4000 metres to the sea bed and catch your first glimpse of this once great liner as imagination becomes simulated reality.

Using a freely controllable robot camera, explore deep into what was the most luxurious vessel in the world, as echoes of the Titanic's date with destiny accompany you as every room and staircase is explored. However, beware the denizens of the deep as you may not be the only visitor to the final resting place of this mighty vessel!

This once in a lifetime visit to the Titanic forms part of a gripping adventure story as you shoot rare photos and raise artefacts from her watery tomb. Every artefact has a story to tell - heroism and heartbreak, she saw it all that fateful night in 1912.

Also featuring a "free roam" mode, three levels of difficulty and a wealth of fascinating background information on the most famous final voyage in the world, the Titanic will hold you spellbound in her grip.

You can spend the money obtained from collecting these artefacts in the virtual shop buying new equipment to improve your underwater vehicles and then be able to dive even deeper into the ship. Your PDA will provide you with fascinating background information. With three levels of difficulty to help turn beginners into professional collectors. After completion of the adventure, you can spend time exploring the shipwreck in exploratory mode. Remember to be a successful treasure hunter always pay attention to the battery and wireless range of your vehicles - plus of course avoid collisions!



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