Secret Files: Tunguska
First posted on 15 April 2007. Last updated on 14 May 2014.
Secret Files: Tunguska is a third-person point-and-click adventure game based on the real life, mysterious Tunguska phenomenon. In June of 1908, the Siberian region of Tunguska was engulfed in an inferno of flames after a catastrophic explosion that turned everything into debris and ashes. The seismic shock was felt hundreds of miles away and the sky over Europe to the West glowed for several…
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By Mission • On 28 April 2008 • From Canada
By Bakou • On 16 April 2007 • From HUNGARY
Secret Files: Tunguska is one of the best adventure games that I've played. As with Nibiru, the graphics, third person view, point-and-click is excellent.
I'm looking forward to play Secret Files 2. I can't wait till June 2008 for the release in North America.
I really enjoyed this game. In the first time, when I read about Tunguska I was sure that it must be some Syberia-clone. I love Syberia. But it is a little bit better: the puzzles are not too easy like in the other one. The music, the graphic were cool and many of the scene (the irish pub, the train for example) were absolutly intimate. And it was fairly long. Nowadays it's a positive point. :)
I am waiting the following Secret Files.