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Secret Files: Tunguska leaves a trail

A trailer has recently been released for Secret Files: Tunguska by The Adventure Company, the North American publisher of the new game based on the real life Tunguska phenomenon.

In 1908, over 60 million trees were destroyed in an unsolved mysterious event. Playing Nina, you must delve into the secrets of Tunguska which plays a pivotal role in the disapperance of her father during a research expedition in Siberia. Her travels will take her across the globe to places such as Berlin, Moscow, Cuba, China and the Antartic, where dark forces will stop at nothing to keep the secrets of Tunguska well and truly buried.

Released in Europe already, Secret Files: Tunguska was reviewed here at Adventure Gamers and was praised for its high quality graphics and cinematic apperance as well as its easy to use interface. Despite criticisms of the story and puzzle design, the adventure bodes well for future releases from the new developers. The full review can be read here.

The 34 MB trailer can be downloaded from GamersHell.

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