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"Why bother changing the name if you're just going to steal thelikenesses of thetwo main charactersANYWAYS?!? Oh, let me tell ya, it's a good thing they didn't misspell Leonardo DiCaprio's FACE, or we woulda REALLYHAD A PROBLEM!! ''"
ABAB Soft, Zechess, and 鴻景 (Hong Jing) Ka Sheng (unreleased)
Titenic (sic) is a bootleg game broken into two modes named Hacker and Heroine loosely based off James Cameron's Titanic movie, developed by the Hummer Team. The game was first known to be on a bootleg multicart game called "ABAB 3-in-1," but was later found on another bootleg multicart called the "Super New Year Cart 15-in-1." The game was also released for certain Plug and Play systems.
Hacker is the version of the game where you play as Jack. Heroine is the version where you play as Rose. The game is largely a 2D side-scrolling beat 'em up where the levels all take place inside the ship itself. The goal is to get through all the levels, defeating a boss at the end before the ship sinks. The stages and a few actions performed resemble scenes from the movie.
Why It Should Be Sunken
Not very faithful to the movie it's based on. In the film, Rose wasn't an action hero in the slightest, yet the second half of the game has you playing as her and kicking the crap out of people and sea creatures as she escapes the sinking ship. The Titanic also just broke in half during the film (and in real life), while here it seems to break into a half-dozen pieces, which somehow manage to stay afloat long enough for the last level to have you moving across them.
The graphics glitch often. Most of the time, this is caused by doing crouch attacks.
Sometimes enemies takes too much hits to defeat.
Weird hit detection.
Cutscenes are written in a very poor grammar.
When playing as Rose, you have a time limit for each level.
In some versions of the game, the first level is impossible to complete due to a stack of crates/luggage that's too big to jump over.
Graphics in the game looks quite good, especially for NES standards.
Controls are also pretty fluent.
In the source code, the game is referred to as TITANIC. Meaning the misspelling was intentional, probably because of copyright.