Descubra um dos maiores mistérios de nosso tempo! No dia 30 de junho de 1908, uma explosão com a energia combinada de 2000 bombas nucleares atingiu a região da Tunguska na Sibéria Central, derrubando mais de 6,000 quilômetros quadrados de árvores. A explosão pôde ser ouvida de uma distância de mais de 1,000 quilômetros.
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Data de lançamento: 29/out/2009
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Inclui 4 itens: Secret Files Tunguska, Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis, Secret Files 3, Secret Files: Sam Peters

 

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Descubra um dos maiores mistérios de nosso tempo!


No dia 30 de junho de 1908, uma explosão com a energia combinada de 2000 bombas nucleares atingiu a região da Tunguska na Sibéria Central, derrubando mais de 6,000 quilômetros quadrados de árvores. A explosão pôde ser ouvida de uma distância de mais de 1,000 quilômetros. Uma testemunha ocular viu um longo objeto iluminado com uma luz branco azulada cair do céu. Uma coluna de 20 quilômetros de altura feita de luz, seguida por uma nuvem em formato de um cogumelo negro. Foi dito que as três noites seguintes foram tão claras pela Europa que se podia ler o jornal em ambientes abertos.


Até hoje é um mistério o que aconteceu naquele dia, e agora VOCÊ encontra-se numa corrida contra o tempo para descobrir uma conspiração global que vai te carregar para os mais distantes cantos da terra. Prepare-se para ter suas habilidades como detetive desafiadas como nunca antes visto num mundo escuro, misterioso e corrupto.

  • 80 cenários pré-renderizados altamente detalhados e imersivos
  • Efeitos climáticos (Exemplos: chuva e neve)
  • Cinemáticas em tela cheia para a introdução e para as cenas
  • 25 maravilhosos personagens em 3D para você interagir

Requisitos de sistema

    • OS: Windows
    • Processor: 500 MHz Intel Pentium III or AMD Equivalent CPU
    • Memory: 128 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 16 MB DirectX compatible graphics card
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB hard disk space
    • Sound: DirectX compatible sound card
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10 de 20 pessoas (50%) acharam esta análise útil
6.7 hrs registradas
When you start Secret Files: Tunguska, you will notice several things, but what stands out immediately is the voice acting, being at the best of times, tiresome, somewhat embarrassing and even downright abysmal. To be fair, a few good actors do a good job, but between the unusual “never use contractions” thing, the odd phrasing and peculiar word choice, the “breaking of the fourth-wall” and the main characters voice choice being all over the place in terms of quality, you’d have a hard time bringing yourself to finishing the game.

Puzzles were regularly the “combine some items” types which are generally a staple for any self-proclaimed adventure game, but they were about as contrived as “puzzle” of this type can get. Before long, you would be sick to death of guessing which inane impromptu tool you are supposed to make from the items in your inventory.

So by finally finishing the game, you would see the extent of its dull, inane, meandering story; hear your fair share of sub-standard voice acting; you’d enjoy plenty of robotic animations; you’d play your fair share of 'hunt for the pixels that you can click on to find an item as you would assume was there more times than you’d liked; and you had gone through puzzles that, had if you had played the game organically, probably would have meant resorting to systematically trying to combine everything in my inventory until you stumbled across the right pairing.

I wouldn't recommend this game to anyone unless they'd run out of other adventure games to play and needed one that would probably would have taken them a long time to get through.
Publicada: 18 de maio
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2 de 4 pessoas (50%) acharam esta análise útil
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lot of areas, mystery storyline, graphic details, environment sounds (you should play with good headphones), goosebumps

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some hard riddles, some hotspots are not reacting as you expect


finally complete pack:)
Publicada: 9 de junho
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28.4 hrs registradas
Nice adventure game with some minor flaws. Story is exciting and puzzles are fun most of the times.
Publicada: 29 de julho
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Great series, the only downside is sometimes the puzzles are a bit out there and really work your brain, but worth playing if you like games like Syberia or Black Mirror etc.
Publicada: 22 de setembro
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1 de 7 pessoas (14%) acharam esta análise útil
12.1 hrs registradas
great game!
Publicada: 23 de junho
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The story is weaved together nicely. It starts off very gently, just giving you a few clues and then you get the bigger picture. Even though there's a lot of supernatural elements in the game, it was done in such a way it didn't make the characters feel out of place. Nina is as a young woman who has no superpowers, but is pulled into a mystery where she must confront these strange things. It makes you relate to her and her own worries.

I found the story very good. It kept me interested and wanted me to really finish the game. The game makes you travel to many different areas in the world. I liked the change of environment and due to the complicated story, it also makes sense as to why Nina would travel all these areas without it feeling out of place. The new places allows for lots of exploring on it's own and are not confined to a few areas.

Finding out the clues are mostly not that difficult. There are some very clever clues, like needing to look at paintings and see what it represents in numbers to open up a safe. There are some objects in the game which are annoyingly tiny on the screen, as you see each area and room from quite a distance. It can be quite annoying when you have to click on an itty bitty edge of a carpet, as the pointer doesn't register unless you are close enough to the specific area. Thankfully there aren't a lot of these.

The game is good at providing ideas of what to do next. Nina will make comments about her environment and gives good clues about how to solve things. It doesn't spoil anything or leave it too easy, just enough to make you think things through. At one point, Nina reads a poem which indicates what items she needs, masked though the words. At some points in the game, you have two characters to control. This is a great idea which works out very well, you swap between them in the same area, so that they can complete things in different parts of the building. Clever use of mechanics and storytelling.

I admit, sometimes I got very frustrated as I knew what I wanted to do, yet the characters kept complaning they couldn't, despite needing the item. Sometimes you have to prepare a lot of other things before you can use the idea first at hand. At one part, Nina needs to climb an area which she does awfully slow, then if you forget an item or need to go back and try something else, she will slowly get back the same way. Going back and forth between these two could be very tedious, but thankfully they shorten the time you have to watch it, to not waste time.

The mini-games weren't annoyingly complicated, they were difficult enough to manage on my own without having to look at some guide. One of them is pushing lighted buttons until all lights are out, and certain buttons only turn off or light certain lights. There aren't a lot of these, thankfully,

There is some funny dialogue at times, which lightens the mood when you're stuck for a while figuring things out. Nina will usually make quirky or sarcastic comments about the items she tries using or the situations she has been in.

The english voicework isn't really that enjoyable, so I wish they could have had an option for the original german voice acting. Nina's voice is in particular very straining for the ears. I can tolerate her voice due to the dialogue being fun at times. I don't know what it is about her voice that bothers me, but I think it is the fact that I couldn't honestly tell how old Nina is supposed to be. She sounds like she is 10, but she looks like she's about 17. Her voice just sounds really childish.

Overall, I enjoyed this game and piecing the story together. Even though the ending is a bit over the top. There are some nice cutscenes in the game and the ending credits features what happened to all the characters after the game ends. Some are very funny to read.
Publicada: 3 de dezembro de 2013
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