Secret Files Tunguska

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Secret Files: Tunguska is a video game developed by Fusionsphere
 
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Secret Files: Tunguska is a video game developed by Fusionsphere for the PC. It is included in the adventure games genre and follows the classic system of point and click.
Secret Files Tunguska begins with a mysterious abduction of the scientist Vladimir Kalenkow. The scientist's daughter, Nina Kalenkow, must leave her everyday activities when she discovers that her father disappeared without a trace. As the police would be of no help, she went to search for information on the whereabouts of her father. Here she met a work colleague of her father named Max Gruber, who is happy to help the pretty young woman as much as he can.

The mysterious traces took Nina and Max to a disaster occured in 1908 in the Tunguska region of Siberia, which used to be a research project place of Vladimir Kalenkow. Perhaps the last of Nina's father expeditions are somewhat connected with his disappearance. To find out, the two heroes travel from Berlin to the Antarctic all around the world. Nina and Max are not the only ones interested in the secrets of Nina's father. Because it is all about much more than the disappearance of a scientist.

This point and click adventure based on a true story, the mysterious Tunguska phenomenon a disaster which took place on 30 June 1908 in the Highlands of Middle Siberia, Russia, which cause has not yet been resolved. In a mega-explosion in a radius of 30 kilometres all the trees were uprooted.

Starting with the character named Nina dissolving entertaining puzzles, such as fixing bicycle-hose of a child's broken wheel to obtain valuable information and goods, the game is very simple and it develops with the use of the mouse. The sophisticated story and puzzle design are its special features.

All in all, this is a fascinating game mainly by its surprising story. It is a must for adventure fans.

Review summary

Pros

  • Amazing story

Cons

  • Not found
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