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Undercover Missions: Operation Kursk K-141 emerges on PC
Written by Jack Allin — December 30, 2015 at 12:16
By their very nature, submarines are designed to be stealthy, sneaking up on you when and where you least expect them. So it's entirely fitting that an entire point-and-click adventure set on a submarine managed to swoop in without appearing on the radar, in the form of Undercover Missions: Operation Kursk K-141.
Based on real events in the year 2000, the adventure stars Russian secret agent Belyaeva, who boards the titular nuclear submarine in order to stop a criminal organization from stealing key weapon systems. But you'll need to work fast and think smart, as "after an undercover partner goes missing, you must find the culprit before Kursk K-141 and the truth fall to the bottom of the ocean."
The game's third-person 3D graphics depict almost 50 different scenes, ranging from Russian towns to the outer deck of the Kursk K-141 to its many inner chambers. As you progress through the game's nine lengthy chapters in pursuit of the traitor to your country, you'll encounter "11 mini-game challenges [that] test your skills and wit" as well as "solve unique puzzles, engage with interesting characters, and hunt for clues in your search for the truth."
The Kursk K-141 set sail earlier this month, but if you like what you see, comrades, you can still catch up to it on PC through Steam.