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Building Titanic

Building Titanic

       iOS iPad

In 1912, she was the largest, most complex moving object on the planet and it took a workforce of thousands more than two years to bring her to life.

Now, with the free Building Titanic app, travel back in time and witness Titanic’s construction. You control the assembly of the majestic liner as you explore a dynamic interactive timeline and watch the great ship being built in simulated timelapse, right before your eyes.

• Over 50 in-depth points-of-interest along a dynamic interactive timeline of her construction.
• More than 100 rare photos detail every aspect of her assembly.
• Incredible archival film shows the laborers who built her in action.
• Special previews of upcoming James Cameron and Bob Ballard Titanic documentaries from the National Geographic Channel.

What's new

- Addressed Language compatibility issue, it shows English only on Appstore


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Last changed:
Apr 05, 2012
Category:
Entertainment
Developer:
National Geographic Society
Version:
1.1
Size:
93.7 MB

Current Version Average Rating:
4.00 (191)

All Versions Average Rating:
4.00 (382)
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