A video game about a british espionage agent sent back in time to a failed mission aboard Titanic. At stake: The fate of the entire world!


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sasha Barbicon
Erik S. Quist ...
Eric Burns / Voice actor
Stephanie B. Quist ...
Stephanie Burns / Voice actress
Lona Livingston ...
Daisy Cashmore
Michael Prescott ...
Andrew Conkling
Jennifer Coffin ...
Beatrix Conkling
Tom Appleton ...
Vlad Demonic
Stefano Magaddino ...
Henry Gorse-Jones
Judy D. Haston ...
Ribeena Gorse-Jones
Austin Staub ...
Edward Hacker
Jay Staub ...
Jack Hacker
Michelle Papa ...
Shailagh Hacker
Sean M. Allen ...
Willi Von Haderlitz
Joe Loesch ...
Lady Georgia Lambeth (as Biz Lyon)


The player is a British spy, Frank Carlson, who failed to board the Titanic and complete his objectives there that could have prevented both World War I and II. In 1940, during the London Blitz, a Nazi bomb falls on Carlson's home in London and the blast sends him back in time to Titanic a few days before it hit the iceberg. Frank now has a second chance to complete his objectives, find secret war plans that can prevent WW I and consequently WW II and track down a painting that's the key to the whole mystery. In his way, save for the running clock, are various spies on board, all of whom have their own plans for shaping the future of the world. The game is a first person point and click adventure that doesn't focus on inventory and item-collecting but instead gives the player many objectives that a real spy would have gotten such as using a telegraph to send a coded message or determining through chitchat which of the passengers might be spies. The game has multiple endings ranging ...

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Change history on a ship out of time! See more »

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31 October 1996 (USA)  »

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Buick Rivera is a character from the previous Cyberflix game, Dust: A Tale of the Wired West. He references Diamondback, New Mexico where the game is set and he will play with a set of cards from the Hard Drive Saloon. See more »


In the beginning of the game, after the narrator finishes speaking, the "camera" pans around the Titanic. It zooms into some windows and then it enters a porthole of the main character's cabin, C-73, located on C Deck. C Deck is lowest deck on the white-painted part of the ship. Instead, the camera moves inside a porthole about two decks below, in the black-painted area - clearly making it near E or F Deck. See more »


Leyland Sachem Trask: You know, a medium once told me that the only danger in may life would come on water... salt or fresh, he did not say.
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References Dust: A Tale of the Wired West (1995) See more »

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One of the best games I've played
28 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is such a great game. The storyline is rich and complex, and it's really cool to walk around the ship, seeing how the company recreated it. I definitely recommend this game to anyone who loves history or a game with a good plot. The characters are often hilarious, and the acting is good. There's a lot of sub-plots and mysteries you can uncover. I liked being able to play a game of poker whenever I wished with Riviera, even if he did creep me out in "Dust," what with his odd imagery involving maidenhood. I liked playing around with the Morse code, too. You can also fence with a nifty Austrian guy and engage in fisticuffs. I loved the references to actual events, and I learned a few things from the game (I'd never even heard of the Rubaiyat until this game).

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