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Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis





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Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis





The sequel to the award winning adventure hit Secret Files Tunguska.

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The sequel to the award winning adventure hit Secret Files Tunguska. Famine in Africa, floods in Southeast Asia, economic crisis in Europe, and civil wars in South America, the world is on the brink of disaster. Nina Kalenkow is trying to escape all of this as well as her failed relationship with Max Gruber on a nostalgic cruise to Portugal. Nina becomes a witness to murder in the Hamburg docks and is soon thrust into the spotlight of events that encompass not only continents but also centuries.

Key Features:

  • "Facial animation" for visualizing emotions and speech

  • Innovative puzzle design that always remains logical and fair

  • Detailed and impressive pre-rendered backgrounds

  • Real-time light and shadow effects of 3D characters and environments

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Deep Silver
Animation Arts
Thursday, October 29, 2009
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
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Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows 2000/XP/Vista
  • Processor: Pentium III or 100% compatible processor
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX® 9 compatible AGP or PCI Express video card (at least 32 MB)
  • DirectX®: 9.0c
  • Hard Drive: 2 GB hard disk space
  • Sound: DirectX® 9 compatible 16 bit sound card (optional)
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A worthy sequel


I liked the first secret files, so I played the second game as soon as it came out. The mystery this time around isn't that interesting as the first ones, yet i feel the story is stronger in the second game, and while at times it made me remember the broken sword series for some reason, i really can't find anything about this game i didn't like. Maybe just the adventure trope of the main characters splitting up for the second game, but that was resolved quickly. overall, this is a longer, prettier, and better told Secret files, which can be enjoyed without the first game, but i recommend playing both.

One of the best Adventure games out there


After Playing the first Secret Files , I fell in love with the series , big fan of the point and click genre , this is very traditional in this game , you control a girl called Nina as she investigates a murder in Portugal , the game is split into sequences and each sequence takes place in one place , you solve the puzzles and you move on to the next sequence . Using the mouse you move your character about , you can click on any object to investigate it and hear Nina comment on it , you can pick up objects and combine them for further use later to solve puzzles, when you move in most places the camera doesn't follow you , instead it's just stuck in one corner and the angle will switch if you get out of the frame , this annoys me because it's kinda hard to spot objects far away from camera angles and I would often move around clicking things i can't see well because they're too tiny and i can't see them well. the game is made in 3D entirely and looks awesome , nice textures and lighting ,the characters fall a bit short but they still do the job, voice acting and music are on point and very strong , for a point and click adventure fan you must pick this up !

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