More questions/answers may be added later. The FAQ questions are organized depending on what aspect of the project they pertain to. Please take a moment to peruse the FAQ before asking questions and to familiarize yourself with some of the project basics.

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General project questions:

General game questions:

Gameplay questions:

Historical questions:

Questions pertaining to "Titanic - Adventure Out of Time":

Questions pertaining to James Cameron’s film “Titanic”:

Below is the full list of questions and answers.

General project questions:

Answer - It is an upcoming action/adventure/mystery video game we are working hard to develop. You'll get to sail aboard the Titanic, experience the world of 1912, interact with passengers and crew, see the ship from all angles, explore every deck and room of the ship, and finally, in the end of the game, you get to experience the sinking in real-time. Everything is presented with the greatest detail and accuracy we can muster.

Answer - All of it! Or at least, nearly 100%, excluding maybe some vents/shafts, tanks and possibly coal bunkers. Otherwise, we will have the entire ship inside and out, from the masts to the keel, and from the Grand Staircases to the boiler rooms. Even the linen closets and bathrooms will be included.

Answer - Difficult to say, and we progress constantly. Currently, the interior and exterior of the Titanic are slowly approaching completion, with other models following or being done in the meantime. The story and script are in their final phase, but programming and engine work are still in their infancy. Our Facebook page is the best place to find constant updates from the team. If you'd like to see a deck plan of Titanic showing how much of the ship we've modeled or are working on, click here.

Answer - The game is being produced by Four Funnels Entertainment Co., a subsidiary of Vintage Digital Revival LLC. This is an American team which has an international support crew. The team creating the game includes:

  • Tom Lynskey - Creative Director, Writer, Producer
  • Matthew DeWinkeleer - Project Manager, Modeler, Producer
  • Kyle Hudak - Modeler, Programer

To accurately recreate the ship, tell the story of her passengers and crew, and bring to life the history and age of 1912 the team has a number of historians assisting us in getting the details right. The consultants include:

In addition to the above team members there are several support teammates and more consultants you can read about here. They come from Australia, Canada, France, Mexico, the Philippines, and elsewhere. 

Answer - While aware that Titanic was a British ship and the “Honour and Glory” name for the clock from the Grand Staircase was spelled as such, the team has reasons for using a different spelling. There’s already other  Titanic-related projects called “Titanic - Honour and Glory.” To avoid any issues with outside organizations, the game is copyrighted with the name Titanic: Honor and Glory. 

Answer - Currently, we are awaiting full funding before we hire other talented individuals to join our small, hard-working team. When we secure everything we need we will be taking into account all submitted examples of work and messages from fans who wish to help with the project. We can't legally at this point accept work/services for nothing due to possible issues with our future investors.

Answer - Yes! You can contribute to our project by clicking the button below this answer. All contributions go directly into helping create the project dedicated to preserving the memory and legacy of those who were aboard the great ship and Titanic herself. Products sold from the store also go directly to the project.

General game questions:

Answer - The game is not available for download as it is not yet completed.

Answer - Yes, there is a demo available on our website! It is meant to showcase our environments, featuring the ship at Belfast.

Answer - We do not yet have a release date. Unless or until we receive full funding for the project, we will not know how long it will take. You can always check out our Facebook for updates!

Answer - It’s too early to say at this time. There are several factors that come into play when deciding if other platforms can handle the game. This includes consoles. But at this time nothing is ruled out- not even Macs.

Answer - We do not yet have a solid set of requirements for the game. We’ll know more later on. Suffice to say, you will likely need a fairly powerful PC to play the game. In the meantime, you can use the demo as a good preliminary example to see if your PC will meet the standards. System specs required to run the demo can be found here.

Answer - Unreal Engine 4 is the latest version of the video game engine developed by Epic Games. Unreal Engine has been used in many games, including the Bioshock series, the Gears of War series, the Mass Effect series, and other great titles. Find out more about Unreal Engine 4 here.

Answer - Yes! We want to make this game as mindblowing as possible, so there will be an option to use this game with VR. Currently, we are working specifically on Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. Check out the VR demo!

Gameplay questions:

Answer - Yes! The game will feature a story that you can play through. The plan is to have primary missions you’ll have to play through to advance the story, and plenty of side missions you can play around the ship which will teach you about the history.

Answer - We cannot say much at this time, but it will be a bit of a thriller and a mystery. The character you will be playing as has been accused of stealing important items from the British Royalty and murder. The player must board the R.M.S. Titanic to find the actual culprit and clear his name. Little does he realize a few days after setting sail from Southampton England, the ship becomes the center of one of the most famous disasters in history. Stay up to date on information about the storyline by checking out our story page.

Answer - Yes! You will be able to experience the sinking first hand. You will have to rescue others and save yourself as you make your way through the flooding corridors of the ship and encounter various problems.

Answer - Yes! While the story mode might restrict some areas of the ship, and the sinking even more, we intend on having a free roam/tour mode that will allow you to explore the entire ship at your leisure, possibly with educational tidbits about the ship.

Historical questions:

Answer - Our sinking will more closely match the one shown in Final Word, meaning its primary features will be a steeper port list and a lower-angle breakup. While we are not basing our sinking directly off of James Cameron's Final Word, we are working with several of the historians he has worked with, and therefore will be having quite similar conclusions.

Answer - Yes. With minimal exceptions, all characters of the game will be real-life Titanic figures. You will not play as a real life figures, you will be able to befriend them and talk with them. The ship itself will be populated with historical figures, including all the background characters.

Answer - No, it's not a fantasy game. With the exception of the fictional events of the game's story, everything else will be as historically accurate as we can get it, supported by evidence and factually sound.

Questions pertaining to "Titanic - Adventure Out of Time:"

Answer - Yes, we all know about AOoT, and most of us have played it.

Answer - It's always a possibility.

Questions pertaining to James Cameron’s film “Titanic”:

Answer - No. Jack and Rose were fictional characters from another story, we have no need for them in our game. With the exception of a few characters, we’re looking to have as many accurately-depicted real-life characters as possible.

Answer - Yes, but only because the car was actually there, albeit in a crate and not out in the open.

If you would like to contribute please click the image above. All contributions go directly into helping create the project dedicated to preserving the memory and legacy of those who were aboard the great ship and Titanic herself.