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}}'''''Titanic''''' (also known as ''Titanic 2005'') is an unlicensed Famicom game made by [[Nice Code Software|Nice Code]]/[[Dragon Co.]] and published by [[Shenzhen Nanjing Technology Co., Ltd.|Shenzhen Nanjing Technology]] in 2005.
'''''Titanic''''' (also known as ''Titanic 2005'') is an unlicensed Famicom game made by [[Nice Code Software|Nice Code]]/[[Dragon Co.]] and published by [[Shenzhen Nanjing Technology Co., Ltd.|Shenzhen Nanjing Technology]] in 2005.
 
   
 
It can also be found on certain plug & play systems, under a different name.
 
It can also be found on certain plug & play systems, under a different name.

Revision as of 07:08, June 18, 2019

Titanic
Titanic (C) 001
Titanic's title screen
Publisher Shenzhen Nanjing Technology
Developer Dragon Co./Nice Code
Console Famicom
Date 2005
Engine Dragon Co's engine
Alternate names/hacks Titanic 2005, Sunken Ship
Titanic (also known as Titanic 2005) is an unlicensed Famicom game made by Nice Code/Dragon Co. and published by Shenzhen Nanjing Technology in 2005.

It can also be found on certain plug & play systems, under a different name.

Overview

In Titanic, you can choose to play as Jack or Rose, and your objective is to escape the ship. The game uses the same (or similar) gameplay engine as Dragon Co.'s other platformers, although the game does control somewhat differently. You can climb up ledges by pressing up like in Prince of Persia and the B button now just makes you run faster instead of using a weapon.

Most of the levels are standard, although there a couple of levels that play somewhat differently. One stage requires you to avoid the rising water level by ascending up the floors of the ship, while the final level has you swimming up to the surface.

Oddly, the ending is completely inaccurate to the film as the Titanic seems to be fixed somehow and Jack lives at the end.

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