Monument Builders: Titanic

Relive the great moments of the creation of the legendary Titanic and be a part of its incredible story in Monument Builders: Titanic! Use your Time Management skills to produce wood and metal that will be used in the construction of the world’s most famous ship. Manage, train, and hire workers to speed up the project and finish in time for the Titanic’s inaugural launch. Get rid of pesky thieves and conquer other obstacles in Monument Builders: Titanic!

Actually 'collecting' the resources is a little different because after a building produces the item you're collecting, instead of sending a worker to pick it up, the product instantly turns into a horse and carriage carrying the product and you just click on the horse and it automatically walks towards it's destination. The game play is fairly fast and each level builds upon the last. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by karphi from Surprisingly good! The object of the game is to build the Titanic. It surprised me that way and I'm happy I didn't give up on it cuz it turned out to be refreshing and enjoyable! I've played 8 levels and each level seems to get more and more challenging. No childish, corny storyline, historic facts before each level, decent challenge with strategic play. It was easy enough to figure out how to erect buildings, but I'm not a seasoned TM player, and I never did figure out how to replenish the money. You can't click ahead, either. While you did have to get your workers to chop down the trees, the delivery wagons showed up automatically, as did wagons for the coal and other resources. I mainly play TM games and sometimes it's easy to figure out your strategy early on. The animations are pleasant, not distracting, and it isn't too childish. The game is timed and the higher levels get really interesting. Getting Gold on every level can be quite challenging but fun! You have your little workers that do the clearing of the roads and they're also constructing buildings that provide more resources.

You have your little workers that do the clearing of the roads and they're also constructing buildings that provide more resources. Graphics are still good despite not being crisp. I think they come later in the game as I see where there are options "locked. However my fascination with all the "Titanic" won out. The graphics are colorful and smooth and the music is enchanting Irish sounding, if I'm not mistaken and the environment is relaxing and enjoyable. You can't really stack up your actions in a queue here but it's not really a big deal with this game. Never tried the Eiffel Tower version but will after the posted comments. It sounds confusing but it's really not. So there's a lot of clicking going on with all the workers clearing and constructing and then the clicking on all the horses to take the resources back to camp. Now, having said that, I enjoyed the game enough to play levels times just to improve my score, so to me, that is a really fun game. If you like games like Build-a-lot or Roads to Rome, you will like this one, too. The game play is fairly fast and each level builds upon the last.


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Monument Builders: Titanic would recommend that if you like building games, give this one a try. They seem to have fixed all the glitches that plagued the first game in the series, so it plays much better. Getting Gold on every level can be quite challenging but fun! Never tried the Eiffel Tower version but will after the posted comments. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did. I mainly play TM games and sometimes it's easy to figure out your strategy early on. Enjoyably addictive game play. No childish, corny storyline, historic facts before each Charma: The Land of Enchantment, decent challenge with strategic play. I was pleasantly surprised. Additionally, there was little independent movement. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gamemeister from Pleasantly Surprised! I'm not sure that the storyline goes with the building, but, I'm enjoying reading the history of the Titanic which is given before each building level. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by rhfiasco from Considered buying full I really did love this, im a big fan of games with a good story line and i loved the fact it gave you little facts about the building of the titanic, the music was awesome aswell. But it's not a big deal because you can still play Charma: The Land of Enchantment game just fine.

Perhaps a player more familiar with TM games will have better luck. The animations are pleasant, not distracting, and it isn't too childish. I would recommend that if you like building games, give this one a try. The object of the game is to build the Titanic. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by karphi from Surprisingly good! They seem to have fixed all the glitches that plagued the first game in the series, so it plays much better. You have your little workers that do the clearing of the roads and they're also constructing buildings that provide more resources. There are good instructions with a history of the Titanic included. Never tried the Eiffel Tower version but will after the posted comments. But that's one of the perks to these "Monument Builders" games, you learn something awesome about History while playing a game. You totally have to think a little bit to plan out some of your moves. If you like games like Build-a-lot or Roads to Rome, you will like this one, too.

There was little planning necessary; all you had to Planet Driller was click on the wagons when they popped up, and they delivered their goods automatically. However my fascination with all the "Titanic" won out. Between levels, there's also interesting tidbits and facts about the Titanic and it's construction. You aren't dictated as to what building needs to be on what site, or to Sparkle Unleashed level each building needs to be, and it makes a huge difference in how you gather the resources to achieve your goals. There are good instructions with a history of the Titanic included. The game is timed and the higher levels get really interesting. You totally have to Monument Builders: Titanic a little bit to plan out some of your moves. It's a quick moving game. I'm not sure Monumfnt the storyline goes with the building, but, I'm enjoying reading the history of the Titanic which is given before each building level. But it's not a big deal because you can still Farm Frenzy: Ice Domain the game just fine. Battle Slots surprised me that way and Builders:: happy I didn't give Builedrs: on it cuz it turned out to be refreshing and enjoyable! This game had about two seconds of explanation, and that was it. There didn't seem to be any opportunity to actually plan your activities, and without explanations I couldn't see what else to do. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did. I like watching the little men in between levels working on the Titanic and watching it come to Fishers Family Farm piece by piece.


I think, though, that as I play, building recognition will get easier. It's a TM game managing and collecting resources needed to build the Titanic. I'm not sure that the storyline goes with the building, but, I'm enjoying reading the history of the Titanic which is given before each building level. There was little planning necessary; all you had to do was click on the wagons when they popped up, and they delivered their goods automatically. The game is timed and the higher levels get really interesting. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by karphi from Surprisingly good! This game had about two seconds of explanation, and that was it. The animations are pleasant, not distracting, and it isn't too childish. I was pleasantly surprised. The graphics are colorful and smooth and the music is enchanting Irish sounding, if I'm not mistaken and the environment is relaxing and enjoyable. You just gotta pay attention. However my fascination with all the "Titanic" won out. You can't really stack up your actions in a queue here but it's not really a big deal with this game. I had read the reviews on Eiffel Tower and was hesitant to purchase this one. Enjoyably addictive game play.

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9 thoughts on “Monument Builders: Titanic

  1. The graphics were great. The graphics are colorful and smooth and the music is enchanting Irish sounding, if I'm not mistaken and the environment is relaxing and enjoyable. I was pleasantly surprised.

  2. When I first started playing it, I was fairly confused You can't really stack up your actions in a queue here but it's not really a big deal with this game. There are good instructions with a history of the Titanic included. What a great 2nd chapter to the Monument Builders series.

  3. It surprised me that way and I'm happy I didn't give up on it cuz it turned out to be refreshing and enjoyable! It was easy enough to figure out how to erect buildings, but I'm not a seasoned TM player, and I never did figure out how to replenish the money. I I'm loving this one because it very different.

  4. Actually 'collecting' the resources is a little different because after a building produces the item you're collecting, instead of sending a worker to pick it up, the product instantly turns into a horse and carriage carrying the product and you just click on the horse and it automatically walks towards it's destination. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gamemeister from Pleasantly Surprised! I mainly play TM games and sometimes it's easy to figure out your strategy early on. The strategy to this game is fresh and new. I was hoping that we would be asked to produce more than just scaffolds and metal beams

  5. You definitely need to use strategy to win some of these levels. The graphics are colorful and smooth and the music is enchanting Irish sounding, if I'm not mistaken and the environment is relaxing and enjoyable. I was hoping that we would be asked to produce more than just scaffolds and metal beams I like watching the little men in between levels working on the Titanic and watching it come to life piece by piece. Getting Silver level is more challenging, and Gold is really really hard.

  6. Overall, very enjoyable though. I I'm loving this one because it very different. On this game, I've had to really think about it When I first started playing it, I was fairly confused This game had about two seconds of explanation, and that was it.

  7. Music, I can't speak to because I rarely keep the sound on. I I'm loving this one because it very different. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gamemeister from Pleasantly Surprised!

  8. But that's one of the perks to these "Monument Builders" games, you learn something awesome about History while playing a game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by karphi from Surprisingly good! So far, I have not run across any upgrades.

  9. I found this game to be very entertaining, a bit educating and sometimes challenging. I think, though, that as I play, building recognition will get easier. So there's a lot of clicking going on with all the workers clearing and constructing and then the clicking on all the horses to take the resources back to camp. On this game, I've had to really think about it You can't click ahead, either.

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