Titanic Rescue Review

By , on October 8, 2009

Titanic Rescue
  • Publisher: Donut Games
  • Genre: Family
  • Released: 7 Oct, 2009
  • Size: 8.0 MB
  • Price: $0.99
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3 out of 5


  • Easy to use controls.
  • Humorous visuals and sounds make the game a light play.


  • No online leaderboard options currently available.


Titanic Rescue stands out as an enjoyable casual play but until leaderboard options are addressed, that’s all it’ll be. Regardless, the game is worth the current price.

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Titanic Rescue puts players in control of the rescue of frantic passengers at the sinking of the Titanic. Players have to move the life boats around to catch the jumping passengers and ensure they survive. Players can flick the passengers out of the ship to catch them or wait until they jump themselves.

Players move the rescue boats around by sliding their finger on the screen. Players can fit up to three gentlemen into a boat but if you try to catch more, you’ll sink the boat. Players will also go through different events that affect your game; such as fog that obscures your view or life rafts to help you catch more survivors.

The game’s visuals are cute and cartoonish, lightening the otherwise macabre disaster. And the sound effects are suspiciously similar to Worms but are still quite humorous. The game features a main game mode only and don’t offer players any online leaderboard options.

Titanic Rescue is a cute and humorous game with plenty of replay value. While there are no leaderboard options, this can easily be fixed with an update. The gameplay is easy to play but certainly challenging and stands out as a great and entertaining casual play.


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