Douglas Adams’ Starship Titanic
Starship Titanic is a CD-ROM computer game designed by Douglas Adams, and author of the “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” trilogy. It was released for the Windows 95 platform in 1998.
The player acts the part of a human (whose house the starship crashed into) who goes aboard to help fix the ship, and must solve puzzles to collect the parts of the sabotaged onboard computer, Titania. Once all the parts have been collected and inserted in the correct places, Titania comes alive and talks.
Among the voice actors for the game are former Monty Python members Terry Jones as the Parrot, and John Cleese as the Bomb. Adams himself is the voice of the Succ-U-Bus, and plays the part of the ship’s creator, Leovinus, in one of the closing scenes.