Unravel one of the greatest mysteries of our time!
On the 30th June 1908 an explosion with the combined energy of 2000 Hiroshima bombs rocked the region of Tunguska in Central Siberia and felled over 6,000 square km of trees. The explosion could be heard from as far as 1,000km away. Eye witnesses saw a long object fall from the sky which was illuminated in a blue-white light. A 20km high column of light was followed by a black-mushroom shaped cloud. It has been reported that for the next three nights it was so bright across all of Europe that you could read a newspaper outdoors.
To date it still remains a mystery as to what happened that day, and now YOU will find yourself immersed in a race against time to uncover a global conspiracy that will carry you to the far reaches of the world. Prepare to have your detective skills challenged like never before in the dark world of cover-ups and corruption.
80 highly detailed and atmospheric pre-rendered backgrounds
Atmospheric weather effects (e.g. rain and snow)
Cinematic full screen videos for intro and cut-scenes
25 beautifully rendered 3D characters to interact with
I never heard of the Tonguska incident before this game, so it blown my mind from the start. Add to that, that i actually liked the characters, and the genre as well, so it really seemed like an interesting game. Well, i wasn't that much disappointed. I mean, i enjoyed my time with this title, and couldn't wait for the sequel to come, yet i feel the resolution to the story was just too predictable. I mean sure, a 100 year old secret...but still, i feel the ending was rushed, and a little uninspired. Despite that, i recommend this game. The journey is fun, and it's one of the better point and click games you can find.
This is your typical "Insanely difficult puzzles" point and click adventure. You play Nina as she embarks on a mission to find her missing father. The game is short, and really only lengthened by the difficult puzzles forcing you to comb over each scene. However, since the games only 2 bucks? Who CARES how short it is? It's long enough to get your moneys worth, and point and clickers ALWAYS deserve a spot in your library.
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