sara821's Secret Files: Tunguska (PC) review

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For fans of traditional adventure games

If you enjoy games like Culpa Innata, Still Life and Syberia, you're probably gonna have a fun time with Secret Files Tunguska.

The good:
Lots of interesting environments, nice graphics, no need for pixelhunting (unless you wish to do so), easy to skip dialogue and move forward, interesting storyline
The bad: Irritating voiceacting, sometimes totally illogical or long-fetched use of items

Description taken from Wikipedia: The game is centered around the Tunguska event and explores its cause. The main protagonist is Nina Kalenkov, a Russian girl living in Berlin, whose role is to uncover the mystery behind the disappearance of her father, who was involved in a secret scientific project concerning the Tunguska region in Siberia. At times, the role of the player-controlled character switches to Max Gruber, who is a German scientist, and Nina's father's colleague.

The game is viewed from a third person perspective and uses a classic point and click interface. The game features a 'snoop key' tool, which highlights all interactive objects on screen and assists in finding small, easily overlooked objects.

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