Silver Award-winning DS game Secret Files: Tunguska will find its way onto iOS in June
No longer a secret
Deep Silver Fishlabs is bringing the Silver Award-winning DS point-and-click adventure game Secret Files: Tunguska to iOS in June.
Inspired by the unsolved Tunguska catastrophe of 1908, this is an interactive thriller for those looking for suspense and riddles.
You'll be playing as a mechanic called Nina as she investigates the sudden disappearance of her father. Travelling with her friend Max, she ends up chasing the threads across the globe, seeing some brilliant vistas.
As things pick up, you get wrapped up in a global conspiracy involving Russian intelligence and an obscure secret society.
The iOS version of Secret Files: Tunguska will obviously have touch controls and loses the original game's dual-screen presentation.
It also has full voice acting in English, German, Russian, Polish, French and Spanish.
In our review of the DS version, we said: "Possessing a cracking story, excellent presentation and a satisfying challenge, Secret Files: Tunguska overcomes the odd baffling leap in logic to confirm its status as a premium slice of DS adventuring".
Also editor and point-and-click obsessive Mark really likes it.
Secret Files: Tunguska will cost £3.99 / $4.99 when it arrives on iOS this June.