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Secret Files: Tunguska - Nintendo Wii

4.0 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews
Rated: Teen
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  • Optional support of the Nintendo Wii Remote/Nunchuk controller configuration.
  • Classic point-and-click adventure for Nintendo Wii based on the historical 1908 Tunguska event in Siberia in which hundreds of square miles of wilderness was mysteriously leveled under unexplained circumstances.
  • Genuinely cinematic console experience: motion-captured animation, dialogue recorded completely in English, facial animation depicting emotions and speech.
  • Intuitive focused search controls which allow for a more quick and thorough search of the gameworld for clues and items.
  • Cooperative play option allowing for two-player multiplayer action.

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Secret Files: Tunguska is a point-and-click adventure for Nintendo Wii in which players investigate one of the great real-life scientific mysteries of the 20th century, the obliteration of the Siberian region of Tunguska. Playing as fictional heroine Nina Kalenkow, players utilize Nintendo Wii Remote motion controls, as well as additional search options to uncover clues and combinable items in an expansive gameworld encompassing detailed locations from around the globe. Additional features include a cooperative two-player mode.

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Story
The adventure Secret Files: Tunguska begins with a baffling kidnapping. Nina Kalenkow’s world is turned upside down when she learns that her father, the scientist Vladimir Kalenkow, has vanished without a trace. Since the police can’t (or won’t?) help, Nina decides to search for clues to her father’s whereabouts on her own. On the way, she meets Max Gruber, one of her father’s colleagues, who spontaneously offers the attractive young woman his help.

The trail leads Nina and Max to a mysterious disaster in the Tunguska region of Siberia in 1908, which Vladimir Kalenkow had been investigating. Does the disappearance of Nina’s father have something to do with his previous expeditions to Siberia? The search for an answer leads the two heroes from Berlin, around the globe and to the Antarctic, and it soon becomes clear that there are others who are also interested in Nina’s father’s secrets. After all, there’s much more going on than the mere disappearance of an old man.

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Gameplay
Secret Files: Tunguska is a classic point-and-click adventure game with a two-player coop play option. Players use their choice of the Wii Remote or the Wii Remote/Nunchuk controller configuration to move heroine Nina Kalenkow and Max Gruber around the gameworld in search of items to move action forward as well as clues to explain the disappearance of Nina's father and the inexplicable and devastating disaster in Tunguska. Once found select objects can be combined to create more useful items. Players can also utilize the game's focused search tool which will highlight items in the environment that Nina comes in contact with.

Key Game Features

  • Classic point-and-click adventure for Nintendo Wii.
  • Based on the historical 1908 Tunguska event in Siberia in which hundreds of square miles of wilderness was mysteriously leveled under unexplained circumstances.
  • Genuinely cinematic console experience: motion-captured animation, dialogue recorded completely in English, facial animation depicting emotions and speech.
  • Intuitive focused search controls which allow for a more quick and thorough search of the gameworld for clues and items.
  • Cooperative play option allowing for two-player multiplayer action.
  • Optional support of the Nintendo Wii Remote/Nunchuk controller configuration.
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Focused search option functionality in Secret Files: Tunguska for Wii
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Product Information

Platform:Nintendo Wii
ASIN B001E3YY0E
Release date June 30, 2010
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4.0 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii Verified Purchase
The focus of this game is the 1908 Russian meteorite which had a impact comparable to a atomic weapon, decades before such weapons existed on Earth. You play as the concerned daughter of a scientist investigating the mystery. When your father goes missing (apparently kidnapped) it becomes your duty to locate him and and uncover the conspiracy behind the Tunguska event. I don't want to ruin the plot, but suffice to say there are plenty of twists.

The gameplay is a little stiff, as this is a point and click mystery title, where
the player has to gather objects and tools to decipher various puzzles. The story is very engaging, and the control system works very well. Sometimes it's hard to figure out the puzzles, but a little persistence is your best friend.

In short, Tunguska is not for everyone. If you enjoy puzzle/mysteries, though, you could do a lot worse. It's a solid title, well worth the price. If you prefer action over reading and decoding secret messages, this isn't for you.
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This game keeps you on your toes. The goal is to solve the mystery of the woman's missing dad. This game is filled with different places to investigate, multiple characters to talk with/interrogate, and lots of items to pick up. Some items can be put together to make a new item. I am not going to lie...this game is pretty difficult at times. I found myself Googling a walkthrough when I became stuck. This game is engaging even for those who may not be into this type of mystery. Can't wait til the 2nd one becomes cheaper!!!
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Our family loves adventure/quest-type games and it's always great when we can find them for the Wii. This game has an interesting story and a good variety of locations and scenes to visit. The graphics aren't amazing, but they are just fine. There were a few places where the action required was completely obscure and those were frustrating, but overall it was a lot of fun. Note that it is rated T-For Teen. Honestly, I think they could have just cleaned up the language and gotten and E 10+ rating. There is not a lot of violence (some threats thereof) or any really gory stuff. There isn't really anything that would make parents of those 10+ cringe much, except for the language and maybe a minor character who is a bit of a political prostitute. (There are words starting with "S," "A," "Cr," and "D," that I can recall.) There are also some sexual innuendos, but they are pretty minor. Overall, it's a pretty good game.
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By Adam T on December 22, 2012
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii Verified Purchase
The focus of this game is the 1908 Russian meteorite which had a impact comparable to a atomic weapon, decades before such weapons existed on Earth. You play as the concerned daughter of a scientist investigating the mystery. When your father goes missing it becomes your duty to locate him and uncover the conspiracy behind the Tunguska event.

The game can become challenging, but it is fun to play with family as you all solve the mystery togther.

The real goal of this game is to solve the mystery of the woman's missing dad. This game is filled with different locations to investigate, multiple characters to talk with and interrogate, and lots of items to pick up and use. Some items can be put together to make a new item.
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I'm a huge fan of the classic point-and-click adventure genre, so I was really interested to try out this title. It reminds me a lot of classic Sierra games that I enjoyed as a youngster. The graphics aren't going to blow you away, but the storyline and dialogue make up for it. Some of the tasks in the game are quite challenging; I didn't make it through without a bit of help. This is a great game but it can be a bit hard to find. I probably wouldn't pay more than around $20 for it.
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This game was recommended to me by Amazon, and I'm really glad I took a chance on it! I usually play hidden object games, but Secret Files is a point and click straight adventure game. The story was very interesting, and the dialog between Nina and Max was witty and funny. I had to check the online walkthrough a few times, as it was challenging in some parts. Even so, I enjoyed playing this Secret Files so much that I immediately downloaded Secret Files 2 and 3 from Amazon after I completed the game! I highly recommend this game, and I can't wait for Secret Files 4 (hopefully!).
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Pretty good point and click adventure for the modern day but I will knock off a star for the image this listing presents. It shows both deep silver and Nintendo logos on the front while the copy I got and from what I understand is only the deep silver logo is on the box and Nintendo had no involvement in publishing or etc. Not gonna lie I'm kinda disappointed since I picked up this game because Nintendo publish a point and click game but that's not the case here
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By lisa hurta on August 29, 2013
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This game was fun but too tough! Anyone who can figure it out without online help must be the smartest person alive:-) It was fun until you get completely stuck, which happens over and over. Some of the time I would have to just click everything to see if I could get anything to happen. The game would have been better if it gave you more clues as to what to do next.
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