Mafia Titanic Mod
The Titanic Mod is a modification to the PC game “Mafia: The City of Lost Heaven”
It brings people to the most detailed and accurate free 3D recreation of the RMS Titanic ever made. And puts the player in a whole new storyline for the game Mafia.
It will be possible for the players to explore almost the entire Titanic, inside and out.
Despite the tremendous amount of effort the team puts into this project, this project is entirely free of charge. There is no gold version, limited edition or anything. Just one version with possible patches.
The reason of it is because it’s illegal to charge for game mods unless permission is given by the original developers. But besides that, I like creating something this size and detail just for the entertainment of people. This is something that’s very rare to find these days.
Thomas Angelo is sent to deliver an expensive vehicle to Mr. Salieri’s cousin along with the gang. When rival Mafia boss Morello finds out about the deal he makes sure this trip isn’t going to be pleasant. He will do everything to get that car.
Experience a whole new Mafia storyline with a new script, environment, soundtrack, voice acting & missions delivering a whole new adventure with both the game’s original -as well as- new characters.
Back in September 2006, I had already gathered large interest in the Mafia game and the RMS Titanic.
With certain mods that I noticed on the internet, I wondered how people were able to put
Modern day vehicles into a game that took place in the 1930’s.
Soon a classmate of mine told me about a Mafia Titanic Mod that he had downloaded.
His computer badly enough took flames before I could watch the project.
The mod was very underdog, and by the time I found out where it was, I had already started my own project. Besides, all links were expired.
At the 11th of September 2006, I started my first modelling on the Mafia Titanic Mod.
Everything was all created using a free tool called Zmodeler. The models were rubbish, but at that time I was very proud of it! I created something 3D! I thought only big companies could achieve that. Nowadays I use Maxon Cinema 4D for all 3D artwork.