Working on a piece about bad rip-off toys (usually from China), I came across these Titanic themed toys. Now back in the 1980s, hand held LCD games were all the rage. But this beauty came out to cash-in on the success of the Titanic movie in 1997. The idea of the game was to avoid the icebergs, by pressing left or right. Surely the point of the game would have been better if you had to steer the ship into the nearest iceberg, and end it all as quickly as possible.
But no, you had to gain enough points so that "the lovers" can have dinner together, and continue to dodge the icebergs so that they can go "dancing on the deck". Assuming after that, you aim the the Titanic head-long into an iceberg, at which point it transforms into a giant robot and flies away. Thus saving the passengers from a fate worse than becoming a bad rip-off toys.
When Titanic-Bot transforms, what happens to all the passengers? Do they fall down the full length of the ship, down the now vertical corridors? Do "the lovers" dancing on deck, simply fall off into the freezing ocean below? Now if Cameron had thrown the giant transforming robot into his terribly trite movie, it would have made it a spectacle worth watching. I'm off to suggest it to him for, Titanic 2: The Titanic Rises. Where the Titanic-Bot returns from the bottom of the ocean, to take revenge on his builders, who claimed he was unsinkable.