Secret Files Tunguska, a point-and-click adventure about the mysterious explosion in 1908, is out now for iPhone and iPad
Not so secret now
Silver Award-winning DS point-and-click classic Secret Files Tunguska has just hit the App Store. Which is good if you like mystery, tapping, and inexplicable giant explosions that happened in Russia in 1908.
You play as mechanic Nina who's travelling around the world to investigate the sudden disappearance of her father. Did he explode in 1908? Er, no, probably not. You also play as Max, the assistant. He definitely didn't explode in 1908. Or did he?
The game has been tweaked to fit on a single screen, and the graphics look like they've been polished substantially. There's more than 15 hours of gameplay, a full voice cast, and tons of puzzles to try and solve.Secret Files Tunguska is out right now for iPad and iPhone. It'll set you back £2.99 / $4.99 to pick it up, and we reckon it's probably worth that if you've not played the original.